Front & Center

Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun January 18, 2015
PHOTO BY: William Harvey

Bob Robbins talks to KMJX 105.1 The Wolf listeners during his weekday morning show. Robbins began working in the Little Rock radio market in 1967. Starting out at KAAY, Robbins later transitioned to KSSN before making the move to The Wolf last year. Robbins is a familiar name and voice for morning-radio listeners in the area, joining the likes of Brother Hal, Sonny Martin and Tommy Smith as long-tenured radio disc jockeys in the market who have enjoyed success on the airwaves.

Bob Robbins

Radio personality prizes family, career and the outdoors

Bob Spears has been on the radio since he was in junior high school. Now he goes by the name Bob Robbins, a moniker he picked up in his early days at KSSN. Though his life has been marred by tragedy, he has found lasting happiness with a highly rated morning show in Arkansas that has spanned decades and with a family that keeps him grounded. Robbins’ mother died on Christmas Eve when he was 10, soon after moving from his birth home in A... READ MORE