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" Medford 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.


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 the morning DJ for 103.7 The Buzz, Little Rock, Arkansas.


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