John Moore hails from Arkansas, where he started his radio career in 1979 at KMLA-FM in Ashdown. He is married with four children and six grandchildren. John is the Public Information Officer for the Smith County Sheriff's Office in Tyler. When he’s not working, John enjoys hanging out with friends in his man cave.
Just like his listeners, Buddy Logan is first and foremost a lover of Texas Music. “I love real music written and sung by the same person. And story songs,” Buddy says. “The way a Robert Earl Keen or Chris Knight spin a story is pretty much unheard of now. It’s a shame more people don’t get to hear music of that caliber on radio much anymore.” And his infectious passion for the music oozes throughout Radio Texas, LIVE! It’s been a love affair since he first heard Pat Green’s “Carry On” in 2001
Born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana, Kix Brooks was influenced by a variety of regional musical styles ranging from Cajun to blues to jazz to country. Brooks began performing at age 12, then continued performing in clubs and at other venues throughout high school. He also began writing songs at that time. Eventually he landed in Nashville, where he joined Tree Publishing Company. Shortly thereafter, artists like the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John Conlee and Highway 101 all scored #1’s with Brooks’ songs
I’m an East Texas native and proud of it! I was born and raised in Longview, but spent plenty of time in Tyler. Both of my parents are from Tyler, so I had all my relatives there! I have been so blessed to be surrounded by family all my life! I feel fortunate to have a career I dearly love! Not a lot of people can say that. But believe it or not, radio was not my first choice as a career! I knew from age 4 that I would be an actress on the Broadway stage! I did pursue acting with a move to Dallas, Texas for many years
I’m a native Texan and proud of it. I was born and raised in the BBQ Capital of Texas, Lockhart, but I’ve been in East Texas for about 25 years, so this is where my family and I call home. I have a patient, beautiful wife (she’s a Big Sandy Wildcat) who has kept me in line since 1994, plus I have three great kids, even though they were the cause of my premature balding and greying. I went to college at UT-Austin and Texas A&M, mainly to become a meteorologist. Bu
Somewhere in the Robinson family archives, there’s video of young Jeremy at a cousin’s birthday party. While all the other children are playing, Jeremy is using a stick as a microphone and interviewing party guests. By 9, Robinson was “hosting” a radio and television version of 'The Jeremy Robinson Show' out of his bedroom using a karaoke machine and his family's video camera. Now, it's not only a passion, it's a career -- and it's not just the listeners that are taking notice -- it's the country stars, too! Kix Brooks says, "Jeremy Robinson is one of the most exciting young talents on the air right now, and he’s as much a fan of country music and our artists as I am
EVERYONE asks us.....We met in 1996 in Baton Rouge, La., where Big D was hosting a morning show and Bubba was hosting afternoons. We immediately hit it off, both on and off the air, and ended up pairing up to co-host a show together at the ripe old ages of 24! Big D: I started in radio when I was 14 years old at a 1000-watt Christian radio station in Cookeville, Tenn. By the age of 17, I hosted my first talk show, which led me to doing mornings on an oldies station in the same city. My first count