We’ve returned to the subject of K-NUS 99 Dallas! Off a tape donated by Robyn Watts over a decade ago, it’s time to re-visit this, as we had left part of the tape untouched!
Ken & Granny Emma. Without knowing, either way, wasn’t Granny the result of Ken’s ventriloquist abilities? Sure sounds like it. From a time when it really was uncommon for more than one jock in the morning. This is just pure brilliance!
AND NOW THIS MESSAGE
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As Ellis B Feaster has posted this month, KNUS 99 later became a legendary name in Dallas radio. 98.7 K-LUV. A station with a legacy all it’s own. In the meantime, what more could I possibly write about a station that’s so good, RKO General even copied its DJ style!