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Game Day Talent

Brad LaRock's involvement with the Dallas Cowboys started as the Dallas Desperados only PA announcer through their entire eight-year existence. Brad also during that time was the in game host for the Dallas Cowboys at Texas Stadium and now holds multiple in game duties including part of the PA announcing team and also you can catch him on the CowboysVision TV Studio up on the Pepsi deck prior to each game and also during halftime.

Roger Emrich is the Public Address Announcer for all home games at AT&T Stadium. He also is the afternoon sports anchor at Newsradio 1080 KRLD and 105.3 The Fan. He marked his 20th year at KRLD in December.

He began his media career as a public address announcer at West Jefferson High School in Harvey, Louisiana. Then moving to radio in 1981, starting as a DJ and high school football play by play announcer at WCKW in Laplace, Louisiana. After receiving his bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism at Loyola University, New Orleans in '85, Roger moved to Dallas with his wife Cris and worked at KDNT (1440 AM) in Denton, serving as morning drive DJ, and sports director.

Jeff K has been involved with the Dallas Cowboys Organization as in-game Host since 2012. A well-known DFW radio personality, Jeff can be heard weekdays on Classic Rock Lonestar 92.5. Jeff has achieved worldwide recognition as a club DJ, music producer and remixer. Jeff lives in Plano with his wife Carrie. Their daughter Marselle is studying to become a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the Texas A&M Vet School. Learn more about Jeff at and follow Jeff on Twitter @jeffk_cowboys

Shaunda was born and raised right here in Arlington, TX. Sticking to her native roots she attended the University of Texas at Arlington and graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Broadcasting. This is her 3rd season with the Dallas Cowboys. She has also been affiliated with the Texas Rangers, Dallas Mavericks, FC Dallas, TXA 21, and CBS Radio.

Erik Jorgensen, aka DJ EJ, brings more than 14 years of professional sports production experience to Arlington. Starting with the San Diego Padres (MLB), Chargers (NFL), Aztecs (NCAA), and Gulls (ECHL), DJ EJ branched out to the Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB) and UCLA football (NCAA) before relocating to Sacramento to be closer to his family. There, he DJ'd the AAA Sacramento RiverCats (MiLB) to six division titles and two PCL Championships

Here in the metroplex besides Cowboys games, DJ EJ was the Dallas Stars' DJ during the 2011-12 season, and is also currently the music maestro at SMU Football (NCAA), Texas Revolution (IFL), and back-to-back CHL champion Allen Americans.

Follow DJ EJ on twitter at @CowboysDJEJ.

Freddie Jones is a popular trumpet player and composer in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and plays the National Anthem each Cowboys home game on his blue Martin Committee Trumpet. He has taken his trumpet and his group on the road, performing throughout the United States, and in Paris, The Hague and Rotterdam. His band, the Freddie Jones Jazz Group, never fails to pull in the audience and deliver an exciting sound. Jones' great talent, bred from his musical roots in Memphis, his jazz studies degree from the University of North Texas, and his passion for playing, have earned him a devoted following. Freddie has shared the stage with such greats as Al Green, Isaac Hayes, the Masqueraders and many others. Many years ago he started donating trumpets to kids who can't afford them and three years ago, he founded Trumpets4Kids Foundation to allow him to give away more horns.