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National voice over talent for the concert industry and, it’s been said the single most recognizable voice in Houston radio. World class interview skills; just ask Willie. Needs her own Food Network Channel. Kind to animals, voice of an angel and born with radio instincts to host, present and speak about music that matters.
2016 Inductee – Texas Radio Hall of Fame
KHJK Houston / KLOL Houston / KZFX Houston / KHJZ Houston
To say his Texas roots run deep is an understatement. Grown just south of the Houston area this fifth generation Texan spent his younger days in small town Texas trying to be outside as much as possible fishing and exploring anywhere he could get to. He’s done a lot since then. He saved lives as a lifeguard at Six Flags, he was part of the team that found the captains log book outside of Chireno, Texas from the Space Shuttle Columbia, part of the Radio Response Team for Hurricane Rita, a body double for John Cena during WrestleMania 50 at Reliant Stadium, and he can tell you how to tell the difference between a male and female alligator! (Hands on experience, it’s an up-close and personal thing but we won’t get into that here.) There’s plenty more from him, but we don’t have time for all that. He hunts, he fishes, he works on cars.
Keegan cut his radio teeth in Nacogdoches and Lufkin then spent some time in Victoria with his own morning show before coming to Houston and becoming part of the team that started ESPN Radio in Houston. While at ESPN Radio Houston he quickly became a one stop solution. He’s shaken hands with the likes of JJ Watt, Troy Aikman, Steve Young, Dunta Robinson, Owen Daniels, Larry the Cable Guy, Tom Green, Mike Ditka, Danieal Manning … we’re gonna stop there, cause that’s a long list too. He’s worked with and run nationally syndicated programs for Steven A. Smith, Scott Van Pelt and Ryan Russillo and a variety of College Bowl Games. When we say this guy can do it all – he absolutely can.
Let’s wrap this up by saying he’s the guy you call when you need something done, doesn’t really matter what it is, he’ll get it taken care of.
Kaitlin Doyle is a new addition to the on-air talent of Made In Texas Radio. Making her debut with “Kaitlin’s Concert & Event Picks of the Week,” she’ll update y’all weekly on who’s playing and where, all over Texas! Born and raised in Houston, Texas, she left the Lone Star State for college, but knew she had to get home quick and stay for good back in good ole Texas, where she calls home.
Favorite place in Texas: Anywhere on the Frio or Guadalupe River
Favorite Texas Country Artist: Rob Baird
Favorite Venue in Texas: Heights Theatre, Houston, Texas
Song that’s currently stuck in her head: She’s Like Texas – Josh Abbott Band
Doug Harris (aka Jr. Mintz)
Entertainment Reporter, Film and Arts Critic & Special Features Reporter
For over thirty-five years, Doug Harris has covered the movie, music and arts beat as “Jr. Mintz” and now brings his wit and whimsy to Made in Texas listeners. This native Texan was first heard on Rock 101 KLOL, then on The Buzz, The New 93Q, The Eagle, and News 92 FM in Houston. A Texas Radio Hall of Fame inductee, Harris is a member of Broadcast Film Critics Association and serves as president of the Houston Film Critics Society. In further testament to his Lone Star pedigree, Harris was a witness for the defense in the Texas trial of David Crosby and once counted fellow Houstonian Dennis Quaid as a bandmate. ‘Nuff said.
Operations Manager, Studio Sessions, On-air Personality & Syndication Opportunities
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