Moby aka James Carney loses cancer battle

James Carney, 69, known to his loyal Houston radio rock fans as “Moby” on 97 Rock KSRR and 101 KLOL through the 1980s, has died after battling stage 4 stomach cancer.

Houston’s Eagle lands Outlaw Dave

As of August 2023, former Rock 101 KLOL “Outlaw Radio” DJ “Outlaw Dave” Andrews has returned to the FM airwaves on Houston’s Eagle 106.9 and 107.5 KHPT/KGLK from 7pm to 12am weeknights.

RIP John Nova Lomax

Houston and Texas are mourning journalist John Nova Lomax who was kind enough to sit down for an interview concerning 101 KLOL. Remembering John Nova Lomax: A Gifted Story Teller (Houston Press) John Nova Lomax, a former senior editor at[…..]

Lyle Lovett talks 19th Grammy Awards nomination

Lyle Lovett, a country music legend and native Houstonian by way of Klein, is nominated for his 19th Grammy Award in 2023 for his work with Asleep at the Wheel in the Best American Performance category for “There You Go Again.”

KLOL represents at Texas Radio Hall of Fame 2022 ceremony

101 KLOL and 97 Rock were representing The Texas Radio Hall of Fame’s Annual Induction 2022 Ceremony.

Pat Fant featured on 90.1 KPFT’s Houston Hour

Fant was also recently interviewed on Mister McKinney’s Historic Houston 90.1 KPFT (12pm Tuesdays) about his radio career.

KLOL DJs in the 2022 Texas Radio Hall of Fame induction class

101 KLOL DJs and staff are showing up in the The Texas Radio Hall of Fame (TRHOF) 2022 induction class after getting the votes!

Sammy Hagar on Club Random

Sammy Hagar (singer Van Halen, solo, The Circle, Chickenfoot, Montrose) gave the 101 KLOL documentary a great interview about the Houston rock station and how Dayna Steele helped his career. Until you can watch that interview, check Hagar out on[…..]

Moby joins Houston Radio Platinum

Moby will be on Houston Radio Platinum from 6pm till 9pm Monday through Friday on

KLOL 1972 playlist January “Music Rap Sheet”

The KLOL Houston “Music Rap Sheet” from January of 1972 contains lots of music that doesn’t seemed to have survived from the underground version of the station.