On the stormy night of July 5th, 1995, Trick Stuart works the graveyard shift with the company of his plus-sized pal Meathead at the Delta Kream, a roadside 24HR fast food joint. As the skies clear, Trick and Meathead practice their trumpet and tuba routine when a very unexpected visitor arrives.
Did You Know?
Wolfman Jack was a fan of disc jockey Alan Freed who helped to turn African-American rhythm and blues into Caucasian rock and roll music. Freed originally called himself the Moondog after New York City street musician Moondog. Freed both adopted this name and used a recorded howl to give his early broadcasts a unique character. The Wolfman's adaptation of the Moondog theme was to call himself Wolfman Jack and add his own sound effects. The character was based in part on the manner and style of bluesman Howling Wolf. He created the nickname Wolfman Jack and attempted to mask his true identity to create public interest in his radio character. See more
References American Graffiti
Stand By Your Man
Written by Billy Sherrill
and Tammy Wynette
Performed by Tammy Wynette
Licensed by arrangement with SONY/ATV Music Publishing See more