VOL. 130 | NO. 28 | Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Radio Personality Zeke Logan Dies After Cancer Battle
By Don Wade
Radio personality Zeke Logan died Tuesday, Feb. 10, following a cancer diagnosis just a few months earlier.
Logan, 49, teamed with Drake Hall to form the Drake and Zeke radio team, whose show most recently was broadcast on 98.1 the Max. Logan’s son made the announcement of his death on-air. Logan had not been doing the show for several weeks.
Logan and Hall had been a popular rock station duo for more than 20 years. On its website, the station issued the following statement: “We will remember our brother Zeke forever who has left us far too soon.”
The Memphis Grizzlies honored Logan before Tuesday night’s game at FedExForum. And Grizzlies coach Dave Joerger opened his post-game remarks by expressing condolences Logan’s family.
Last week, on Drake and Zeke’s Facebook page, Hall posted: “About 2 months ago … Zeke was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of cancer. If you’ve been through this with your family and your friends, you know it’s not easy. It’s very hard. And we’ve all tried to maintain privacy and respect for his wife Lori and his kids Piper and Zach and for his mom Sarah, and for us to carry on as we have as he would have wanted us to do.”