Funky Larry Jones is a 47-year Radio Legend with 30 years in the Houston Market. Larry is currently the Host of the Top Rated Afternoon Drive Program on KMJQ/MAJIC 102.1
A graduate of Alabama State University, Larry also served as a Drum Major for the Mighty Marching Hornets Band and also played French and Baritone Horns for the University Symphonic Band.
The voice of Funky Larry Jones has been associated with the Star of Hope, Lieutenant House, Houston Astros, City of Houston, Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, Sheriffs’ Association of Texas, Joe Myers Ford, Direct Energy, Xfinity Comcast, Specs, Honey Bake Hams, Boston Scientific, Community Of Faith and the Greater PureLight Church.
Larry’s voice can also be heard nationally in Detroit, St. Louis, Raleigh Durham and Columbus, Ohio, plus the Oprah Winfrey Network, St. Jude Children Research Hospital and the American Kidney Fund.
Larry also has received Billboard Magazine Personality of the Year Award and is currently nominated for the Texas Radio Hall of Fame.
Majic 102.1 welcomes on-air personality SKY HOUSTON back to the airwaves! First joining the KMJQ-FM family in 2002, and hosting “Majic after Midnight” in 2005, SKY is no stranger to bringing her sassy energy on-air.
KG Smooth was born and raised in Dayton, OH, the birthplace of funk music. The voice of “The Quiet Storm,” KG is a very multi-talented man. He can sing, dance, write, produce, vocal arrange, host and entertain. KG got his start in radio in the year 2000 in Cincinnati, OH at WIZF, 100.9 The Wiz, now 101.1 The Wiz, where he learned all he could and did the best at everything he did. He then moved on to Cleveland, OH, where he served as afternoon and midday host on heritage station 93.1 WZAK, where he was dubbed “a breath of fresh air” with his smooth delivery. After this time in Cleveland, KG then moved to Columbus, GA to do mid-days on WKZJ, K92.7, where he became a staple in the community. KG is now shaking up the airwaves in Houston! His mellifluous voice, charm, charisma and humility has already been recognized here in the city of Houston.