In a studio full of rock memorabilia acquired over a 30 year career, radio personality, Outlaw Dave can tell you story after story in vivid detail the who, how, where and why of every signed guitar, rock poster or pair of monogrammed cowboy boots (presented to him when he was inducted into the Texas Radio Hall Of Fame in 2014). With an unmistakable voice and savvy insight into just about any subject from politics to Paul McCartney,
OutlawDave Andrews, was born for talk and rock radio.Many people in the Houston area remember Outlaw Dave from his days at KLOL 101 FM from 1992-2004 while he was a fixture on that station playing both current and classic rock & roll and developing his on-air persona. Unlike some schtick characters created in radio Outlaw Dave is Outlaw Dave everywhere he goes, possibly with the exception of when he's being dad and husband to his four kids and wife. According to some of his friends, however, his moniker may been up for reevaluation in light of his life-long dedication to charity work.
Comedian Joe Rogan suggested my name should be Good Citizen Dave Andrews said.
At the forefront of his community service is his legendary Outlaw Dave Ranch Ride
that takes place as a cornerstone event every year at Galveston's Lone Star Rally to
benefit the Stevens and Pruitt Ranch for Children and Animals. Inspired and advised by his mentor, Jim Pruitt, at the beginning of his career in
radio to serve his community, Andrews has been active in the Houston / Galveston area working with groups such as Texas Association of First Responders, Boys and Girls Country of Hockley, Epilepsy Foundation of Texas and The Deacons of Deadwood, among othersTo this day, at the end of each broadcast Andrews professes his mantra, Be the voice of reason in the sea of insanity. If you see a wrong - make
it right. If you get a chance to help a fellow human being - just do it because were all part of the crazy human experience
The 15th Annual Ranch ride begins at Stubb's Harley Davidson (4400 Telephone Rd,
Houston) on Saturday, November 3rd with registration at 8am and breakfast served at 9am. Kick-stands up at 11am. A police escorted ride with thousands of bikes travels south down Interstate 45 and ends at The Strand in Galveston. The Ranch Ride raises more than $20,000 annually and frequently involves celebrity riders.
Currently Outlaw Dave can be heard on KPRC 950 AM Monday-Friday from midnight
until 2am and Saturdays at 7pm for a 3-hour show. With talk and rock and frequent on-location showcases from the House Of Blues with live localtalent Andrews continues his work to promote live music in the Houston/Galveston area. Growing up here there was a incredible live music scene and radio that included localartists. Radio doesn't do that anymore so I try to champion the local music cause,
Andrews said. Outlaw Dave is also host of the Miss Lone Star Rally Pageant and will be broadcasting on KPRC live at his usual show times from the Saengerfest
Park area in the Jim Beam Devil’s Cut Saloon opposite the main music stage at 21st and Strand. For more information on the Lone Star Rally visit