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Linwood “Cuzzin Linnie” Henderson, on Soul 73 KKDA Dallas | May 7 1993

Advertisements Radio Station: KKDA Dallas Frequency: 730 kHZ Format: R&B Linwood “Cuzzin Linnie” Henderson spent 50 years on the radio in Dallas. Cuzzin Linnie came to Dallas in 1960, where he was an announcer forContinue readingLinwood “Cuzzin Linnie” Henderson, on Soul 73 KKDA Dallas | May 7 1993

John Summers, AM 1190 KLUV Dallas | 1998

Advertisements The Mighty 1190 AM in Dallas is a legendary frequency. It was the Gordon McLendon Top 40 powerhouse KLIF in the 50s & 60s. Fairchild Industries kept KLIF going as an AC in theContinue readingJohn Summers, AM 1190 KLUV Dallas | 1998

Steve Scott, 1190 KLIF Dallas | October 19 1977

Advertisements 1190 KLIF Dallas, is a station steeped in history. It’s owner, Gordon McLendon, is credited, along with Todd Storz and Bill Stewart, with the creation of Top 40 radio. Back in 1953 he switchedContinue readingSteve Scott, 1190 KLIF Dallas | October 19 1977

1st Show After Kidd Kraddick Dies, Kiss 106.1 KHKS Dallas | July 30 2013

Advertisements After stints as a nighttime high enerygy jock in Miami, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, and Tampa, David “Kidd” Kraddick took his show to Dallas, first at KEGL 97, then to Kiss 106.1, KHKSContinue reading1st Show After Kidd Kraddick Dies, Kiss 106.1 KHKS Dallas | July 30 2013

Dave Collins, 99 FM KNUS Dallas | October 19 1977

Advertisements The calls, KNUS FM 99, in Dallas first appeared in the summer 0f 1966, as a Progressive Rock station. It was part of the legendary McLendon group of station.  Gordon McLendon is widely creditedContinue readingDave Collins, 99 FM KNUS Dallas | October 19 1977