Dean announced Monday that Friday will be his last day as host of the show, but he stressed that he’s not retiring — and that he’s not even leaving KLUV. But his new role is still a bit of a mystery, according to the Star-Telegram.
Miles has an extensive background in radio, including stints at KRBV 100.3 FM “Hot 100,” a Top 40 station in the late ‘90s and early 2000s; middays at Top 40 KHKS 106.1 FM “KISS-FM” a few years later; and as a producer for Mark “Hawkeye” Louis and the late Terry Dorsey at country station KSCS 96.3 FM.
Miles other gigs include a relatively recent gig at KCYY-FM in San Antonio, where he was reportedly a popular morning-show host at the country station but left in 2017 to take a gig at Country WKLB-FM in Boston.
Dean had been morning-show host at KLUV since 2005, replacing his mentor, Ron Chapman. It is likely that Miles was not born yet when Dean began his DFW broadcasting career at age 13, volunteering as a monster and makeup/special-effects crewman on “The Museum of Horrors,” a Saturday-night creature-feature show on what was then WBAP Channel 5.
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