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|WBPT-FM 106.9 (The Eagle) Birmingham, AL||Classic Rock||USA|
|KZYM-AM 1230 (The Talker) Joplin, MO||Talk||USA|
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Rodd Gray tells his story for special Outrageous Oral, Thursday, May 21, 2015, in the Rose Room at S4, Dallas, TX. Outrageous Oral is a quarterly evening of poignant memories and stories from Dallas' GLBT past. The Dallas Way is committed to our mission to gather, store, organize, and present the complete GLBT history of Dallas, Texas. Rodd Gray, a native from Arkansas, always wanted to live in Dallas. After the Air Force, he landed here full force. Quickly, he became a community leader and volunteer and an entertainer for Dallas charities. Since 1985, Rodd has served 9 charity boards and currently serves on two, as President and founder of Home For The Holidays Texas and the Entertainment Director of Razzle Dazzle Dallas. As Patti Le Plae Safe, he host monthly for Gay Bingo and the Viva...
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