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!
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.
Take a Christmas Lights Tour of Lubbock With This Handy Map
Lubbock in the Loop took the time to make a map of some of the must-see holiday light and Christmas decoration displays in the Lubbock area.
At’l Do Farms Corn Maze Is Now Open
This past weekend, The Maize at At'l Do Farms opened -- a sure sign to locals that fall is here and that Halloween is fast approaching.
‘Pokemon Go’ Safari Set for This Saturday in Lubbock
Saturday, September 17, the Lubbock County Libraries are sponsoring a Pokemon Safari that will hit many of the Pokestops located downtown.
Buddy Holly’s 80th Birthday Bash Is September 7th at The Buddy Holly Center
In celebration of what would have been Buddy Holly's 80th birthday (September 7), the Buddy Holly Center is hosting an all-day bash to celebrate.
It’s Time to Buy Your Megapass for the South Plains Fair
This year, a Megapass, which is a picture ID that will get you on unlimited rides every day of the season + the Sept. 22 preview night, will set you back $70.
28th Annual National Cowboy Symposium Set for September
Fall in West Texas means super cool events like the Annual National Cowboy Symposium, this year happening September 9 through 11 at the Lubbock Civic Center.
The Lights Festival Teases Lubbock, Texas Event
In a time with so much negativity, we could all use a night filled with hope and understanding. And that is exactly what the Lights Festival events represent.
Buddy Holly Center Presents ‘Women of Rock ‘N Roll’ Art Show
The Buddy Holly Center is currently home to a traveling art show which features 40 images of some of the most prolific women in rock 'n roll history.