“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.


“KLOL & The Media Giants” – Runaway Radio Rewind Ep. #26

We are revisiting how the Houston media giants took over mostly all of the family owned stations. And stick around for another Uncle Waldo!


1971 KLOL playlist “Music Sheet” June to July

101 KLOL Music Sheet June to July 1971

The 101 KLOL Houston Music Sheet Number 6 from June 15 to July 15, 1971 offers the artists and album names of the music the progressive – free-form – underground rock station was playing at that time. Read more


“The Visuals Of KLOL” Runaway Radio Rewind Ep. #16

Documentary filmmaker, website designer and blogger Mike McGuff explores the ground breaking ideas of Pat Fant and KLOL to go visual stating from the 70’s with Houston’s first simulcast, Mothers Midnite Media Mix. Also an exclusive Stevens & Pruett Recipe you won’t want to miss.


“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.


Top Rock 101 KLOL posts 2019

Here are the 2019 top posts on Rock101movie.com as determined by the reader pageviews! Read more


Crash Collins interview in 1975 about Houston and KLOL

Dennis "Crash" Collins - KLOL

On October 1, 1975, Crash Collins, sat down and talked about the Houston music scene and KLOL. Read more


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. Read more


The KLOL documentary trailer and support campaign

Outlaw Dave KLOL documentary trailer

It’s finally here, the long-awaited trailer for the Rock 101 KLOL documentary!  Read more


What did 101 KLOL sound like in 1979?

DJ Greg Thomas, who worked KLOL back in November of 1979, gives us an aircheck to see what 101 sounded like back then.  Read more