"Donald "Don" Kennedy" is a radio, TV personality and voice talent whose career began in the late 1940s with a radio announcer spot on PA station WPIC.

In the mid-1950s, Kennedy was a contributor to NBC's Monitor (NBC Radio)/Monitor radio show where he developed several features, including one about a local character known as the Goat Man.

He is remembered as Officer Don, the host of the long-running Atlanta children's TV show The Popeye Club (1956 to 1970). During his time at the Popeye Club, Kennedy established WWPW/WKLS, an FM Atlanta radio station, serving as station President and General Manager. It's rumored that the K in the call letters was for his last name.

He is most currently known for his voicework playing Tansit in Space Ghost Coast to Coast, and several characters on The Brak Show and Aqua Teen Hunger Force. He began hosting Big Band Jump, an internationally-syndicated radio show devoted to music from the Big Band era, in 1986. He later added a second syndicated program, the self-titled "Don Kennedy Show," that featured general pop vocals and instrumentals from the 1940s through the 1970s, as well as modern renditions from the Great American Songbook.

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