Corby Davidson

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Corby Davidson
Birth name Corbett Davidson
Born (1969-09-15) September 15, 1969 (age 47)
Arlington, TX
Alma mater

Texas Christian University

Lamar High School
Show The Hardline
Station(s) KTCK 1310 AM
Time slot 3:00-7:00 PM
Style Sports Talk, Humor
Country United States
Previous show(s) BaD Radio, The Norm & D Invasion, and The Morning Musers
Spouse(s) Julie Davidson (2000-present)
Children

Ike Davidson (Born 2006 (age 10–11))

Van Davidson (Born 2009 (age 7–8))
Website the ticket

Corby Davidson, (born Corbett Davidson on September 15, 1969) is an American radio personality.

Also known as "The Snake", "The Cobra", and "Friendly Cobra"[1] Davidson co-hosts The Hardline with esteemed Texas Radio Hall of Fame member Mike Rhyner on sports radio station KTCK (AM) 1310 The Ticket in Dallas, Texas. The Hardline radio show has won several Dallas Observer Awards for Best Sports Talk Show.[2] Davidson was born in Arlington, Texas, graduated from Lamar High School in Arlington, went to TCU where he was surrounded by beautiful women. In 2000, Davidson married Julie Davidson, and together they have two children, Ike (Born 2006) and Van (Born 2009). The family lives in the Lake Highlands neighborhood of Dallas in a house with a very large side yard.[1][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Congrats to Corby Davidson and family". Advocate Magazine. Advocate Publishing. 2009-06-01. Retrieved 2009-06-03. 
  2. ^ Dallas Observer notes Hardline Win in 2004
  3. ^ Audio Archives of Corby Davidson's Work