Tommy Smith (DJ)

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Tommy Smith (born November 4, 1954), formerly known as 'The Outlaw' and 'TC Starr', is a radio DJ in Little Rock, Arkansas. Tommy is most known for his long-running "Rock and Roll Breakfast" show with co-host David "Big Dave" Sanders at Magic 105 ( 105.1 FM ) in Little Rock, Arkansas.


On-air collapse[edit]

On September 24, 2010 Smith was taken to a hospital after he collapsed during a broadcast of his "Show With No Name".[1] An interview on his struggle with drinking and his life aired on KATV Channel 7, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Arrest[edit]

Smith was arrested Thursday May 26, 2011 for several offenses including driving under the influence, possession of a controlled substance, drinking in public, failure to stop after an accident, refusal to submit to a chemical test, crossing the median, and following too close.[2]

Tommy Smith has now recovered after rehabilitation at Betty Ford and is currently them morning Dj for 103.7 The Buzz, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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