|Birth Day:||August 27, 1968|
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Debuting on KQRC in 1993, The Johnny Dare and Murphy Morning Show quickly grew in popularity and has since consistently topped the Arbitron ratings for its time slot.
In 1996, Dare launched the Hope For The Holidays Campaign, helping individuals and families who aren't able to be helped by conventional charities. This eventually spawned the Hand Up Campaign, spreading the message year round.
The FCC 'Notice of Apparent Liability For Forfeiture' dated December 22, 2004, asserts that the fines were assessed for four separate on-air incidents which occurred on April 4, April 29, May 2, and May 3, 2002. The April 4 incident was in response to an on-air game of "Naked Twister" with local female contestants. The April 29 Incident stemmed from and interview with pornographic film star Dave Cummings in which Cummings described the events of the "2002 Wildlife Productions Anal Contest" in graphic detail. The incident on May 2 similarly stemmed from an interview with pornographic film star Ron Jeremy, particularly their discussion of Jeremy's ability to "self-fellate", and his graphic descriptions of sexual encounters with an obese woman. The final incident specifically named in the FCC notice occurred on May 3, 2002 when Sunset Thomas, a pornographic actress, was "masturbated on-air to orgasm with a vibrator" with assistance from T-Bone.
In December 2004, the Federal Communications Commission proposed fines totaling $220,000 against Entercom Communications for alleged indecency violations during multiple broadcasts in April and May 2002 of the Morning Show on KQRC-FM in Kansas City, Kansas, and KFH-AM in Wichita, Kansas. The FCC claimed that the material included repeated graphic and explicit sexual descriptions that were pandering, titillating or used to shock the audience. As justification for proposing the maximum fine, the Commission noted "the egregious nature of the violations and Entercom's history of prior indecent broadcasts."
In 2010, Dare spearheaded a backlash against Kansas City Parks board member, Aggie Stackhaus for comments made after the 2010 edition of Rockfest, when rain, mud and 55,000 concert-goers resulted in damage to the park grounds. (The station had already made arrangements to repair the damage) Stackhaus later resigned.
Currently, Johnny Dare is 52 years old. Johnny Dare will celebrate 53rd birthday on Friday, August 27, 2021. Below we countdown to Johnny Dare upcoming birthday.