Great Day Houston features Runaway Radio

Great Day Houston’s Deborah Duncan discusses Runaway Radio documentary with 101 KLOL founder/ Pat Fant and first-time filmmaker Mike McGuff.

KISS Kasket connection to “Runaway Radio” documentary

Pat Fant, the founding father of 101 KLOL, not only signed on to the legendary Houston rock station but also created the KISS Kasket.

The Story Behind the Birth and Death of the KISS Kasket and KLOL Houston Radio Station

Pat Fant joins the Three Sides of the Coin KISS podcast to discuss how he created the KISS Kasket and what happened to the Kasket. Pat also talks about his new documentary Runaway Radio about his time leading the radio station KLOL in Houston, TX. We talk about the state of radio and the changes that have occurred in radio.

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 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.

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.

“Pat Fant the Legend” – Runaway Radio Rewind Ep. #30

Founding 101 KLOL father Pat Fant truly is a living legend in radio! Fant breaks down his story of how the legend AOR rocker began.

“The Architect of 101 KLOL” Runaway Radio Rewind EP. #12

101 KLOL founding father Pat Fant articulates his time at KLOL including recruiting Jim Pruett along with all of the rock stars that came into the studio.

What music was KLOL playing in 1971?

In the KLOL Music Sheet number 1, March 15 to April 15, 1971, we see who the on air staff was at the time and the records they played.

KIOL Rock 97.5 debuts in 2005

On January 27, 2005 at noon, many former employees of the recently shuttered 101 KLOL flipped on the legendary Houston AOR station’s replacement – Rock 97.5 KIOL.