Bob's son, Todd was my first love. I used to live on Ferrari drive , about three houses down from them...when I was 9. I have never forgotten the three years that I lived on that street, and the memories that were created. I would love to contact either, Todd, or Joy, or even Lou (mom)
john watt E-Mail:
san diego, ca usa
Monday October 13, 2003 - 01:53pm
i was an insomniac jr hi kid when i found the wolfman coming from del rio...i listened all night. he's impacted my joy and writing of music since then. he saved my life many times when i was imprisoned in the telephone company's underground dungeons splicing thousands of pairs of wires in the 60's and 70's. he was/is a true american icon and sweet here!! john watt aka, johnnie diego
God bless da wolfman...without him there would be no future rock and rollers like me who got in the biz(I was 12 in 76)saw american graffitti I knew what I wanted to do...Daddy G R.I.P/Wolfman..Maybe god wanted some rock and roll patter...
Manfred Becker E-Mail:
Sunday September 21, 2003 - 00:17am
i am a fan of the wolfman since i heard his show onAFN Berlin in the 70's.4 month before he passed awayi had the opportunity to meet him in person atMoroso Motorsports Park in West Palm Beach,Fl.he signeda t-shirt for me,which hangs in a frame on my bedroomwall.thanks for keeping his memory alive.manfred
Sunday September 21, 2003 - 00:13am
kevin david ashton E-Mail:
Thursday September 18, 2003 - 04:21pm
I wish I had just been around in the us in the fifties american graffiti is my favourite film thats how I got to hear of wolfman jack just brilliant cheers..