Disk Jockey (US version, voice)
"Wolfman Boogie Part I & II" (1965/Bread) as Wolfman Jack and the Wolf Pack
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5' 9½" (1.77 m)
Anson Weston Smith
| Rosamond Small
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It's real American music - what rock 'n' roll originally was before people turned it around and sideways and upside down. From 1958 to 1964, that's real rock 'n' roll. Then the Beatles hit and everyone sounded like them. They didn't give our boys long enough.
He was the son of Mabel Rosamond (Small) and Anson Weston Smith. His father was an Episcopalian Sunday school teacher, writer, and editor. Wolfman's paternal grandmother was born in England, and he also had considerable ancestry in Massachusetts, Vermont, and New Hampshire, dating back to Colonial America.
Wolfman howl and gravelly voice