It’s been nearly three weeks since Kidd Kraddick’s sudden death at a golf tournament for his “Kidd’s Kids” charity. Thursday night fans honored his memory by giving to that charity at the first-ever “Kidd’s Kids Concert”.
North Texans will gather on Thursday to remember a radio legend. Friends, family members and fans are all set to participate in a public memorial and star-studded tribute concert for the late Kidd Kraddick.
Radio fans were shocked more than a week ago when local and syndicated radio show host Kidd Kraddick died. After a private funeral on August 2, it was announced today that a memorial for the public will be held next week.
At Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers in Arlington on Friday, fans turned out to raise money for the late radio DJ Kidd Kraddick’s charity, Kidd’s Kids.
Only two days after radio host Kidd Kraddick’s death, many people are talking about the disease that caused him to pass away. And for one of his fans, Kraddick’s death was heartfelt — literally.
Morning radio will not be the same without the voice of Kidd Kraddick, but dozens showed up outside the 106.1 studios in Las Colinas to watch his co-hosts pay tribute to the radio legend.
The news about the sudden passing of radio personality Kidd Kraddick was not only was a shock professionally and personally, but also prompted my brain to recall a story about him.
On Monday morning, Troy, who served as Kidd Kraddick’s producer from 2001-2007, shared his memories and how Kidd changed his life.
This week is bound to be tough for the co-hosts and fans of the “Kidd Kraddick in the Morning” radio show, after the shocking death of Kidd Kraddick.
Local radio show host Kidd Kraddick of the popular radio show “Kidd Kraddick in the Morning,” has died. Kraddick, whose real name is David Peter Cradick passed away Saturday in New Orleans at a golf tournament to raise money for his non-profit.
Brandon Vance served three tours of duty in Iraq, only to end up in a hospital bed back home in Dallas.
A few months ago, radio personality Shanon Murphy and Plano resident Gail Moten were strangers. But the two have since grown close together after something happened one August morning.