Arizona talent Bobby “SoFine” Butler passes

By on May, 4 2014 with Comments 0

Bobby ButlerBobby “SoFine” Butler died recently of a massive stroke. He had been at Superbia Retirement Village in Oklahoma City for the past 5 years. Memorial Services were held 5/3 at the Retirement home. He was 67 years old. From a friend’s Facebook post: “If you are from Phoenix, I am sure you know his resume. I was one of Bobby’s best friends since the mid ‘70s when he gave a very green jock his 2nd job (me) when he programmed KHOS-Tucson. His track record is so enormous I can’t even remember all of the Phoenix stations, but did mornings at KJJJ, KNIX, also he worked at the old KRDS, also at KARZ, and KOOL-FM. He also launched KIKX-Tucson as a Country station in Sept 1977. In the 90s, he worked at KBGO-Las Vegas, and KQOL-Las Vegas. His other credits include KIKK-Houston-Pasadena, TX, also K-Frog in Farmington, NM, Hobbs, NM, and he worked some part time gigs in Oklahoma City. He is survived by his sons.”

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