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610 Houston KILT

By Steve West

Steve West is a 41 year veteran of broadcasting. His air work as a Jock and News Anchor includes six radio markets and over two-dozen radio stations. Steve is the founder of and - All the BIG Hits!

9 thoughts on “Barry Kaye, 610 KILT Houston | 1974”
  1. Barry was afternoons at KGB in San Diego for quite a while. He went to KHJ in 1973 to do 6-9 PM but within a week or two, The Real Don Steele walked out and Barry took Steele’s afternoon drive shift.

    Incredibly, Barry’s numbers in the fall ’73 book were three full points higher than the legend he replaced pulled in fall ’72…

    Barry only stayed about a year before moving on to KILT and doing what you hear here.

  2. Kaye now works the morning shift at a station
    in Mason, TX.

    I live in Texas and have no idea where it’s located.

    Kaye is great at what he does, but screamers were never my thing.


  3. Listened to Barry back in the late 70’s on KRBE in Houston wanted to be a D J back then because of him. Finally did it years later on a country station kvst k star country now for 20 some years and was able to work with him there, and what fun one day filling in for him, WOW was awesome saying Crazy Ray in for Barry Kay. Great memories listening to his air checks. Still would love to D J at a 70’s top 40 station love that era of music. Miss that voice man.

  4. Listen to the energy. As a jock around the same time, I had energy…but not like this! I can count on one hand the greatest jocks I’ve ever heard and Barry is certainly one of them!!!

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