The genesis of Kevin Wall’s amazing career in conservative talk radio came on September 11th, 2001. It’s the day America discovered it is vulnerable to deadly attacks from our enemies. It’s also the day Kevin Wall realized his hugely successful career in sports talk radio was coming to a close. “The idea of debating the merits of the Detroit Lions running or passing on first down…it all seemed so trivial in comparison to workers leaping to their death from 90th floor windows of the World Trade Center.”
In 2001, Kevin began hosting talk programs on major market conservative talk radio stations, like KFI-AM in Los Angeles and KSFO-AM in San Francisco. He also filled in for name brand national hosts like Glenn Beck, Dr. Bill Bennett and Brian Kilmeade. After fulltime stops in Nashville and San Antonio, Kevin made the move to the Las Vegas Valley and CBS Radio’s talk station KXNT-FM, where he became #1 rated in afternoon drive. After four years at KXNT-FM, Kevin created a statewide Nevada talk network utilizing Royce International Broadcasting’s KBET-AM as flagship.
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020, Kevin Wall made the move that had broadcasting execs around the country buzzing. He took his “Live and Local with Kevin Wall” program to Kemp Broadcasting’s AM 670 KMZQ.