WOLFMAN JACK was born BOB SMITH in Brooklyn New York, and was interested in radio broadcasting even as a youngster. His first radio job was at WYOU-AM in Newport News, Virginia. In 1965, he then moved to XERB-AM, a Mexican-based radio station where the WOLFMAN character was born and his legend began to grow. With his wild mix of rock & roll, hilarious comedy, and raw charisma, the WOLFMAN’s popularity skyrocketed, culimating with an appearance in George Lucas’ 1973 Academy Award-winning film, AMERICAN GRAFFITI. His success then expanded to television, hosting NBC-TV’s THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL. WOLFMAN JACK died in North Carolina on July 1, 1995. For more than three decades he was a true rock and roll music legend—and radio’s original rebel. Released in 2001 by St Clair Entertainment.
Playlist: DEL SHANNON (LITTLE TOWN FLIRT), BOBBY SHERMAN (LITTLE WOMAN), PAT BOONE (LOVE LETTERS IN THE SAND), JOHNNY TILOTSON (POETRY IN MOTION), BOBBY VEE (RUN TO HIM), MARK DINNING (TEEN ANGEL), RAYPETERSON (TELL LAURA I LOVE HER), FABIAN (TIGER), FRANKIE AVALON (VENUS), BOBBY RYDELL (WILD ONE)
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