RK One Productions

Randy Kemp

Randy KempRandy Kemp began his career in radio in 1968. His dad Hal Kemp was also a broadcaster who instilled in him a love for music, speech, and communicating with them on the air.

Randy soon voiced his first radio spot. A love of audio production was born, and the idea that would become RK-1 Productions began to form

In the over 40 years since, Randy’s experience has included stints on radio stations in Texas and Oklahoma, and time in front of and behind the TV camera.

Randy left full-time broadcasting in 1990 to concentrate on expanding his voice work and begin focusing on his true love within the business - production, and more specifically, audio for radio, TV, video, and film

Then, in 1997, almost 30 years after he first opened a mic, RK-1 Productions opened for business

Very active in the American Advertising Federation, Randy is a former President of OKC Ad Club, former governor of the AAF 10th District, co-chairs the Southwest Advertising Hall of Fame, and was recently awarded the AAF Silver Medal and the Sterling Service Awards for outstanding contributions to the industry.

Matt Kemp

Matt KempMatt is Randy's son…it's a family thing at RK-1 and we're sure proud of it

Matt is a classically trained musician, a skilled actor, and the third generation of Kemp family in broadcasting, as host of the weekly radio show, "The Sunday Night Blues Cruise," on 107.7 KRXO in Oklahoma City.

His music and voice has been heard across the nation on radio and television. He has performed off an on for 10 years as an actor with the Whodunit Dinner Theatre and as bassist, guitarist and percussionist with various local acts.   He's also the driving force behind Kempmusik, the musical division of RK-1, which produces custom music for various productions.

Matt is an Avid Pro-Tools Certified Operator. These important skills, combined with his musician's timing, actor's method, and broadcaster's ear, has earned Matt a reputation for being an outstanding engineer, voice actor & musician, and has resulted in multiple ADDY Awards for his production work, and the Oklahoma Media Network's "Best Audio Engineer 2010". Yeah, he’s good.

Very Active in the community, Matt is President of the Oklahoma Blues Society, a past president of Ad2 OKC, and serves on the board of AAF-Oklahoma City.