I started my radio career in 1980 in Lufkin, Texas while earning my degree from the 'Harvard of the South,' Stephen F. Austin. I left the piney woods of East Texas to do a radio show in Austin for a few years before heading out to the South Plains. I've been on the air here at KFMX since 1993 and can honestly say that I still love every minute of doing what I do. Rock on!
59th Annual Carol of Lights at Texas Tech Kicks Off the Holiday Season [VIDEO]
If you have lived in Lubbock for any length of time at all you have no doubt at least heard about the annual Christmas tradition at Texas Tech called The Carol of Lights.
Local Texas Tech Clothing Store Launches ‘Support the Blue’ Campaign to Benefit Floyd East…
Now is our chance to show Texas how the people of the South Plains can come together to assist the family of Officer Floyd East, Jr.
Tickets for Trans-Siberian Orchestra Show Go On Sale This Friday
There will only be a single performance at the United Supermarkets Arena in Lubbock this year, so make plans to get your tickets early.
Could Someone Explain How LP&L Is Even Able to Read This Meter? [Photo]
Now, if you are an LP&L customer you are all too familiar with their billing practices, and more likely then not have even had an issue or two with your bill.
2nd Annual Hub City On Tap Is Sure to Please Those Who Love Beer
Hub City on Tap is going to be a super cool event.
Enjoy Salsa and Sangria Fest at Llano Estacado Winery
This is your chance to enjoy a day in the vineyard sampling salsa and sangria, all while listening to live music in a very unique and fun atmosphere.
What’s Up With Those Two Legs On the Side of the Road Between Lubbock and Amarillo? [Pictu…
My lady has always talked about the giant legs on the way to Amarillo. Naturally, I've just gone along with it to pacify her. Little did I know she was serious.
Alice Cooper Does Midland Sunday, May 7
Alice Cooper will perform for one-night only at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center in Midland.
No. 6 Texas Tech Baseball Welcomes No. 29 Baylor This Weekend
The mighty Red Raiders take on the Baylor Bears in a three-game series, which kicks off Friday night at 6:30 p.m. with games on Saturday and Sunday.
Do You Know Why Bread Ties Are Different Colors?
There is a reason they are different colors, and you may be surprised by it.
Lubbock Lights Festival Set for February 25
There will be food trucks, live music, and, of course, the lighting and releasing of hundreds and hundreds of illuminated lanterns into the sky.
Traxxas Monster Truck Destruction Tour Roars Into Lubbock
There will be freestyle motocross, demolition derby, lawn mower racing, monster trucks and more.