Hi, my name is Chuck Baker, and I am absolutely delighted to be a part of the Kickin' Country 103.1 team! I have been a radio personality, working in various markets, across Texas for over 40 years. 17 of those years were spent in Bryan/College Station, before coming to San Angelo in 2009. I came on board with Kickin' Country 103.1 in October of 2013 as the afternoon air personality, and now, I have now transitioned to the morning show. I look forward to being the first thing you hear with the 'Kickin' Morning Wake-Up Call' every morning, all week long. I have known a lot of the Texas/Red Dirt artist for many years and love playing their music, interviewing them, and bringing them on stage all around the Concho Valley. Thanks for listening, and let me hear from you.
Doctor Goes Viral With Powerful Words & Even More Powerful Voice
The Mayo Clinic’s singing doc, Dr. Elvis Francois is not only helping to save lives, but he is also an inspiration to many through song and his beautiful voice.
Sitel of San Angelo Hiring 150+ To Work From Home
These are permanent positions.
Critical Need For Blood Donations in San Angelo
Blood donations are desperately needed now.
Local Hair & Nail Salons + Tattoo Parlors Are Closed As Of Today
No indication as to when they will reopen
Myers Drug Store Helps Fight Corona
Myers Drug Store downtown is producing their own FDA approved recipe for hand sanitizer.
San Angelo Events & Activities
We'll keep you up to date with everything, from live music to theater to fundraisers and more.
The End Of An Era Among San Angelo Restaurants
San Angelo is losing an iconic restaurant as Zentner’s Daughter on Knickerbocker Road Is closing on Dec. 31st.
San Angelo Cowboy Roping His Way To The Top
Ty Harris is having an awesome showing at the National Finals Rodeo this year...
San Angelo’s Weekly Events and Activities
This week brings more Christmas celebrations to San Angelo, along with a circus, plays, great concerts, and more...
Seven Years Until Texas Sees a Total Solar Eclipse
The next eclipse will be a more vertical arc from South Texas up to Maine within the U.S.