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Mike Mann, 79 KULF Houston | June 1979

Advertisements   Houston’s 79 KULF had a 12 year run as an Adult Contemporary station, from 1970, until 1982. At one point, it was the home to the long running Stevens & Pruett morning show.Continue readingMike Mann, 79 KULF Houston | June 1979

Andy Barber, KULF 79 Houston | June 1979

Advertisements   Houston’s 79 KULF had a 12 year run as an Adult Contemporary station, from 1970, until 1982. At one point, it was the home to the long running Stevens & Pruett morning show.Continue readingAndy Barber, KULF 79 Houston | June 1979

Chuck Dunaway, KILT 610 Houston | 1967

Advertisements Chuck Dunaway is often remembered from being on air at WABC in it’s early Top 40 days. He had a pretty successful radio career over 35 years. Dunaway held down afternoon drive slot atContinue readingChuck Dunaway, KILT 610 Houston | 1967

John Lander & The Q Morning Zoo, KKBQ 93Q Houston | Fall 1989

Advertisements       There are certain 1980s Top 40 radio battles that are legendary. WFLZ vs. Q105. CHUM vs CFTR. Z100 vs WPLJ. One of those battles involved Houston’s 93Q KKBQ, against KRBE. itContinue readingJohn Lander & The Q Morning Zoo, KKBQ 93Q Houston | Fall 1989

Gladys “Gee Gee” Hill, 1430 KCOH Houston | 1970

Advertisements     1430 KCOH Houston, proudly described itself as Texas’s first black radio station. It was the first black owned radio station in Texas, third in the nation. The station has been broadcasting it’sContinue readingGladys “Gee Gee” Hill, 1430 KCOH Houston | 1970