Rocks Off can name at least ten local rock stars off the top of our heads who owe their good taste and love of music almost exclusively to the radio work done by David Sadof. Now he is finally returning to the medium in order to bring some light to the darkness of Houston radio as part of NASA's Thi ... More >>
Satellite radio got some new competition from a little old outfit called NASA when the government agency went live Monday with its new internet radio station, Third Rock. The station is described in NASA's press release as "crafted specifically to speak the language of tech-savvy young adul ... More >>
Last Sunday's passing of longtime Houston radio personality "Crash" Collins and our subsequent blog about him brought in some interesting commentary from people who remembered Collins' long tenure at rock radio station KLOL-FM. Collins was one of the first disc jockeys to ditch the formalized ... More >>
The stated goal for HISD's K12 Radio is a local station powered by the students and teachers of the district dedicated to local music, but when Rocks Off tuned into the online stream earlier this week, that's not what we heard. First up we got Shania Twain's "Forever and For Always." Twain i ... More >>
Former Lunar Rotation host David Sadof could be back regularly on the FM dial after a seven-year hiatus
Bo knows good rock when he sees it. Do Houston radio programmers?
How the curtain came down -- for the time being -- at the "show biz" charity
KLOL to McKenzie: Donna, you ain't no rock and roll mama!