The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show

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The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Genre Comedy, Talk, Entertainment
Running time Monday–Friday, 6-10 a.m. Central
Country United States United States
Home station KHKS, Irving, Texas
Syndicates YEA Networks
Starring Jose "J-Si" Chavez
Kellie Rasberry
Big Al Mack
Jenna Owens
"Psycho" Shanon
Creator(s) Kidd Kraddick
Air dates since October 1, 1992
Website KiddNation - Official Site

The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show (formerly Kidd Kraddick in the Morning) is an American morning radio show that originates out of Dallas, Texas and airs weekdays. From October 1, 1992 until July 26, 2013, it was hosted by Kidd Kraddick, and broadcast on more than 75 radio stations across the U.S. The show's primary focus is pop culture commentary, with discussions often revolving around the previous night's reality television programming, celebrity relationships, and current affairs. The show also streams live on Ustream at The morning show is syndicated by YEA Networks[1][2][3] and distributed by Cumulus Media Networks. The show is hosted in the Canal Side Lounge in Irving, Texas. The morning show is available in an on-demand service on Pandora Radio.[4]

In September 2012, The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show became a part of nationally syndicated FOX show Dish Nation.

With Kraddick's unexpected death outside of New Orleans on July 27, 2013, the show became an ensemble program and resumed live broadcasts on August 5, 2013.[5] As of January 15, 2014 the show's title was altered to "The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show".



  • José "J–Si" Chavez (2006–Present)
  • Kellie Rasberry (1994–Present)
  • Big Al Mack (1995–present)
  • Jenna Owens (2009–Present)
  • "Psycho" Shanon Murphy (1999–Present)
  • Mike Morse (2014–Present)




Kidd Kraddick was awarded radio's Marconi Award as major market radio personality of the year in 2006. Additionally, Kidd Kraddick was also named Best Radio Personality in the Country on national television via the first-ever Radio Music Awards.

In 2007, the show was nominated for the Syndicated Personality/Show of the Year award by Radio & Records magazine. Other finalists included Delilah, Blair Garner, Steve Harvey, The Lia Show, and John Tesh.[6]


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