The Kidd Kraddick in the Morning show was back on the radio Monday morning.
The team briefly returned to the airwaves last week, two days after the death of the legendary Kidd Kraddick. He had heart disease and died in New Orleans during a golf tournament benefiting his Kidd's Kids charity.
Since then, fans have honored his memory outside the KISS FM studios in Las Colinas, and signed petitions to keep the show on the air.
Co-hosts said they know things will be different, but they are ready to make the drive to work fun again for listeners. They met Thursday to discuss how the show will evolve.
"It's like well, who's going to take the lead? Who's going to be that person?" Kellie Rasberry asked. "It's not like we've had a meeting to say now you are in charge and you make all the decisions. It's not like that. It's still going to be a team effort."
They said they'll be some changes, but mostly the show will be what people are comfortable with.
"We're going to make you laugh, I promise you," Big Al Mack said. "You might cry a little bit, but Kidd Kraddick would want you to laugh on your way to work."
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