Label: Dore - LP-326,Dore - LP 326 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Picture Disc • Country: US • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Comedy
During their career, they were frequent guests on a number of popular television shows including The Flip Wilson ShowThe Steve Allen Showand Smothers Brothers specials to name a few. He began his civilian career in Sir Basil - Hudson And Landry* - Losing Their Heads during the mid-fifties first Sir Basil - Hudson And Landry* - Losing Their Heads Erie, Pennsylvania; Cleveland, Ohio ; Indianapolis, Indiana ; and San Francisco before arriving in the Los Angeles area.
He was consistently ranked among the top 10 DJs in Southern California from until his retirement in He is remembered for his closing sign-off slogan recording: "Clear the freeways, 'cause here comes Emperor Bob". He was the rotund member of the pair. His voice personalizations frequently have the sound of an inebriated individual and generally he delivered the punch line. The recorded charted nationally, peaking at in the Record World survey.
The film features Hudson during his time as an L. Cream, Between and no specific date was givenHudson attempted to record material for his stint as guest host of Casey Kasem 's American Top 40 one week.
Hudson had trouble recording his material, giving up after realizing that he could not host AT40 the same way he would host his morning drive show. Knowing Hudson's notoriety as a legendary disk jockey and comedian, Kasem ensured that Hudson was paid for his work.
Ron Landry b. Landry was a disc jockey while serving in the US Army. He also continued working in radio. Landry died of cancer on September 16, at age From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.