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 (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 will be on Houston Radio Platinum from 6pm till 9pm Monday through Friday on houstonradioplatinum.com.
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.
Greg “GregO” Onofrio will continue for three more years as the 95.7 The Spot KKHH on-air talent and brand ambassador. “We are thrilled that GregO is continuing on with 95.7 The Spot,” says 95.7 The Spot program director Melissa Chase.[…..]
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.
Meat Loaf pitched at KLOL’s Rock and Roll Softball Championship Of The World held at the Houston Astrodome with Sam Kinison.
Scotty Phillips, who 101 KLOL “Outlaw Radio” fans will remember as Scott T. Phillips, is returning to Houston to be featured in Wild at Art, an art showcase and sale being staged in Houston’s MATCH Gallery, February 4 – 5, 2022.
Brian Shannon, who 101 KLOL listeners will remember from his many years with the legendary Stevens and Pruett, has returned to Houston and has just joined KHOU 11 as an assignments editor on the news desk.
Jennifer Reyna is joining the KHOU 11s morning news team.