101 KLOL 2022 reunion coverage
Fans, friends and alumni of 101 KLOL, Houston’s legendary AOR, gathered on Saturday, February 5th, 2022 to celebrate each other and view the artwork of Milton Scott Phillips, the painter formerly known as Outlaw Radio’s Scott T. Phillips.
Among those in attendance were fellow Outlaw Grego, Traffic Master Lanny Griffith, Stevens and Pruett Producer Extraordinaire Brian Shannon, former station owner Jay Jones, former GM Patrick Fant, and record industry pro Patti Martin.
Dayna Steele, who traveled from her Palm Springs retreat to attend, brought as her surprise guest, Garth Hemp (now Kemp).
James “Moby” Carney engineered a quick flight in and out from Georgia to be a part of the celebration.
Mark Masters (Stubblefield) was among the first to arrive, followed by Jerry and Terry Kirksey, the identical twins who executed promotions events for the station during its heyday.
Actress/model Tiffanie Williams, once a KLOL promotions team member was on hand as was Houston Radio Platinum DJ, Christian’s Tailgate owner and former KLOL jock Chris Alan, who made it possible for KLOL’s Tim (Edwards) Trostle to attend.
The event was organized by former KLOL promotions director Doug Harris and presented in association with an exhibition of Phillip’s work during Wild at Art, benefitting the StellaNova Foundation.
The group plans to meet again during the Texas Radio Hall of Fame’s induction weekend, November 5, 2022, in Kilgore, TX.
Four items of note:
+Although they were both Outlaw radio hosts, this was the first in person meeting of Grego and Scotty Phillips.
+There were three personalities present who were on air at both 97 Rock AND KLOL: Dayna, Garth, and Moby.
+There were six inductees of the Texas Radio Hall of Fame present: Grego, Doug Harris, Brian Shannon, Dayna Steele, Lanny Griffith and Patrick Fant.
+Garth Hemp, most recently a network weather anchor in Los Angeles, is returning to Houston and will continue his voice over and master of ceremonies services.