The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show is the new sound of morning radio in Shreveport-Bossier on 96.5 KVKI. No topic is off limits when it comes to this show! The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show features big stars from music, TV and the movies. You can be a part of the show too by calling 1-800-543-3548 or jumping onto KiddNation.com.
When you're little, you have many ideas on what you want to be when you grow up. For me, I'm doing what I've always dreamed of doing - being on the radio! Being an on-air personality is the dream. We get to play awesome music, have some fun, talk about people and situations and interact with you. I get made fun of for this all the time, but when you get to know me you'll learn that I don't watch movies. Kind of ironic when you think about it because I'm in the entertainment business, but that doesn't mean I don't keep up with the movies, I just don't go to the theaters and very seldom do I watch them on TV
Hello everyone! I am Ginger. I was born and raised in East Texas. I have always loved music and dancing. I started taking dance classes at the age of 5 because sitting around the house in my undies watching Rugrats was not ideal activity according to social standards (and my mom). I danced in college as an Apache Belle at Tyler Junior College. I originally went to college to study film. I wanted to direct television and make short films and a wee-bit of photography
They want me to tell you fun tidbits. I’m an Air Force brat, so truth be told I’m not really from anywhere, even though claim Haughton. I’m a Virgo and I really do like long walks on the beach. I’m married to the fabulous Keith who is a total keeper since he won’t put up with my crap. I’m also the crazy horse lady on the radio. I have Paisano, a Royal Dutch Warmblood, Under Pressure, my sweet Thoroughbred and Sweetheart my draft cross! I also have two cats (Lortab and Crackhead) and four dogs: Mikey (Dachshund), Bella (Bullmastiff mix), Cam (Cocker Spaniel mix) and Cyrus (Bullmastiff mix)! I’m passionate about rescuing/adopting animals as opposed to purchasing them from breeders