He's one of the few folks in Louisville who is easily identifiable by one name - Coyote.
Coyote Calhoun has been introducing new music to River City radio listeners for nearly 40 years. We talk to Coyote about his Louisville life - including making the switch from WAKY rock radio to WAMZ country, and how he's crafted a public persona that's drawn fans in five decades.
Coyote grew up in Muskogee, Oklahoma, where his deejay and radio executive father bought a station.
His subsequent foray into radio has taken him many places, including Mobile, Alabama, Wichita, Kansas and Knoxville, Tennessee.
Calhoun came to Louisville in 1973.
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- Program 510
- In this "Louisville Life", it's a howling good time with DJ Coyote Calhoun, we take a look around the unique Liberty Tattoo & Art Parlor and visit the Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center. Dr. Blaine Hudson, dean of the University of Louisville's College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Pan-African Studies is our in-studio guest. Plus, see what develops in Et Cetera, when we profile famed photographer Kate Seston Matthews. (#510)