After five years of waking up the Mile High City with Denver’s Old School and R&B, Kendall B and Jammin 101.5 (KJHM) are parting ways. Kendall’s final broadcast on Jammin will be Friday morning, September 2nd.

Reflecting on the move, Kendall says, “I am grateful for the opportunity given to me over the
last five years to find my voice as a solo host again. Max Media has provided a platform to be
creative while playing the music I love and relate to.” Kendall adds, “Thanks to the powers-thatbe for allowing me to finish gracefully. Most radio hosts aren’t allowed to have a “season

Looking toward the future, Kendall will take “The Kendall B. Show” to YouTube. He says, “I
am excited to continue my goal of making people smile to the on-demand space where
viewers and listeners can hang with me anytime.”

Previously, Kendall spent 17 years at Audacy Denver’s KQKS (KS 1075) as morning show
host. Kendall is also open to other radio, television, and live event content opportunities, and John
McConnell at Workhouse Media represents him. Check out Kendall’s portfolio at and reach out at [email protected].