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Wolfman Jack's Haunted Hearse at Knott's Berry Farm, 1976

Wolfman Jack's Haunted Hearse.

Wolf Man Jack - loved to hear him back in the on the radio My Childhood Memories, Great Memories, Wolfman Jack, Before I Forget, Radio Personality, Funny Fashion, Teenage Years, Back In The Day, My Music

The Feel, The Fads, The Era, The Fashions, The 70's! Seventies fads, 70's fashions

Robin Remembers the 70's. Lookin' back at the Rockin' Seventies!

Listened to him on an over night talk show. He liked train whistles and would play recordings of them at night. Robert Weston Smith, known as Wolfman Jack (January 1938 – July was a gravelly-voiced American disc jockey, famous in the and Radios, Wolfman Jack, On Air Radio, Graffiti Quotes, American Graffiti, My Childhood Memories, Thats The Way, Old Tv, Portraits

Wolfman Jack...Let the Midnight Special, shine it's ever lovin' light on you.

Tonight in NBC debuts The Midnight Special rock variety show, its response to ABC's popular In Concert series. The first host: Helen Reddy. Wolfman Jack, The Midnight Special, Seals And Crofts, Late Night Show, Special Pictures, People Of Interest, My Generation, Old Tv, Classic Tv

THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL - TV SERIE 1973 - 1981 - Original run February 2, 1973 – May 1, 1981

"The Midnight Special" TV series 1972-1981 The Midnight Special Format Music variety show Created by Burt Sugarman Starring Helen Reddy (host, 1975-1976) Wolfman Jack (announcer) Country of origin United States No. of episodes 450 Production Executive producer(s) Burt Sugarman Running time 90 minutes Broadcast Original channel NBC Original run February 2, 1973[2] – May 1, 1981 Chronology Followed by Friday Night Videos (1983–2002) Related shows Tomorrow The Midnight Special é uma série…

Jack, Marion and Virginia Knott.Wolfman Jack, Marion and Virginia Knott.

Wolfman Jack, Marion and Virginia Knott. Classic!

Wolfman Jack For President Classic Round Sticker - Custom Stickers .


WOLFMAN IS BORN ON XERF Brooklyn-born Robert W. Smith aka Wolfman Jack first introduced his gravely voiced character in 1964 from super-powered border radio station, XERF 1570-AM. The station broadcast at 250,000 watts, five times the U.S. limit, which meant that their signal could be picked up all over North America and at night as far away as Europe and the Soviet Union. The "Border Blaster" located in Ciudad, Acuña, Mexico (across the Rio Grande from Del Rio, Texas) propelled Wolfman Jack…