KEPX Radio 10.5
In 1968, Kaye Fullylove was bitten by the Radio bug and it was during that time she decided that her forte would be a Disc Jockey on the Radio.
In 1969/early 1970's, a new Radio Station called "Soul Sockin' 73" made its debut on the airwaves in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex ushering in a new sound for Radio in the D/FW area.
Three Radio Legends, "Super" Chuck Smith, the late Tony Price Ogburn and Bill Mack were the ones Kaye emulated.
But "A Certain Person" was missing from the Radio lineup. And that "Certain Person" was the Black Female Disc Jockey whose voice and time had not arrived, yet.
The Black Female Disc Jockey in Dallas, Texas made her Radio debut in 1975. More...Kaye Fullylove
Her name was Sherry Jones, she was the "First" Black Female Disc Jockey to grace the airwaves in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. She was followed by Pam Dent (1975), Kaye Fullylove (1976) and H.F. Stone (1977) and together these four ladies represented Dallas/Ft. Worth's Black Female Charter Radio Figures (as Disc Jockeys) during 1975-1977. In 1976, Kaye Fullylove's Radio career as a Disc Jockey on K104-FM began only after her journey had taken her through the Nightclubs of Dallas (making her debut during the summer of 1976 at the Club Watergate, the Disco Lady and Playmaker Plaza just to name a few).
She is acknowledged and respected by her male Club Disc Jockey peers Dwayne "Sweet D" Banks and Johnny "Mr. Understanding" Haggerty as being "the" First Black female Disc Jockey in the Nightclubs in Dallas, Texas.
The fall of 1978, Kaye would land another position as a Disc Jockey at (then) Radio Station XHRM-FM 92* (star) 5 in San Diego, California via Tijuana, Mexico.
In the spring of 1979, Kaye and her Radio Colleague Louise Foster were invited aboard the USS Ranger Navy Ship and asked by the Program Director "Brother Brad" Bradford to pre-record Radio Shows on their Radio Station (Armed Forces Radio) for later overseas voyages.
The two ladies accepted the invitation and became the First Black Female Disc Jockeys to broadcast aboard a Navy Ship on the Radio from San Diego, California.
These two ladies also represent San Diego's Black Female Charter Radio Figures (as Disc Jockeys) during 1978 and 1979.
After being detached from radio for almost 20 years, Kaye would return to the #1 Radio Station of her dreams in 1998 on "Soul 73' KKDA-AM".
To her surprise her First Radio Mentor "Super" Chuck Smith was still there after all those years and he hired her, not once, but twice.
She spent almost 14 wonderful years every weekend doing what she loved the best and that was being a Radio Personality where she reconnected with her former K104-FM audience and bonded with her new "Soul 73' KKDA-AM" listening audience as well. The radio station is now defunct.
She also enjoys working behind the scenes at BPEN-TV (Black Premier Entertainment Network-TV) KWDA-LD Channel 30.8, Digital TV in Dallas, Texas working with the owner Vertron T. Lowe and the next generation of newcomers to help keep Legacies alive and establish new Legacies as well. She is also creating her own documentaries on various music legends she feels whose contributions have been major Trail Blazing accomplishments, but are rarely mentioned by the mainstream media or mentioned at all. Kaye is proud to be a part of the Soul Express Radio Family and honored to finally be working with her Big Brother and Mentor-Captain LaMet Wilson.
Fran “FranTastic” McMillan is a well-known motivational speaker, moderator, and talk show host. Originally from Chicago, Illinois and Memphis, Tennessee, her journey of finding her true purpose emerged in 1985 when she moved to San Diego, California with her now ex-husband and two young sons. Her abilities to inspire were put on hold when she became a single parent raising her sons alone, but there was always an inner voice telling her there was more for her to do. Her innovative and creative ideas have touched the hearts of people around the nation. She is on a mission to ”motivate” the world, and, in 2004, she became a moderator and a host of some of the most powerful company-wide conference calls in America. She worked with leading network marketing and motivational speakers, Myron Golden, and the show was called, “Hour to Empower.” More...On-Air Personalities
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Connie Salter (CV) is a Southern California, coastal, city girl who was transplanted from Providence, Rhode Island at a very early age.
She has an energetic personality and is someone who loves being around people. She's always been the TOMBOY on the block and knowing this you can understand why she took the jobs she's had in her life. A Journeyman Carpenter, Cross Country Truck Driver, Mail Carrier are a few of the jobs she's held in the past. She became a Black Belt in Karate, played football with the guys, roller skated most of her life, still swims and rides her bike on a regular basis. With her entrepreneurial spirit she's always had her "OWN" business on the side as well.
Becoming a MOM was the best experience of her life. She raised 2 beautiful daughter's, who in their own way acquired their MOM'S free spirit. More...CV
NOW she's a part of KEPX RADIO 10.5 family, where she plans on heading up "HEALTHY YOU" talk show. CV's concept of a complete HEALTHY person includes, the MIND STRENGTH, BODY STRENGTH, NUTRITIONAL STRENGTH and SPIRITUAL STRENGTH. With the help of her interviewee's she will be expounding on all these topics and more energizing her listening audience to totally healthier persons. CV doesn't have any kind of official degrees but over the past 40 years, or so, she's INVESTIGATED, STUDIED, EXPLORED, LISTENED TO and "QUESTIONED" everyone she came in contact with for the purpose of being a better person and passing on the information to her children. Hopefully the dialogue they hear will encourage them to share and have conversation with others, which in turn will help others take control over their lives as well. The ultimate results being people with quality, pain free, passionate, fuller lives.
Come spend time with CV and the "HEALTHY YOU" program and tell your friends too. Come listen, learn, ask questions and share info.