Bob Wilson Joins Hit Parade Hall Of Fame Nominating Committee
August 3, 2012 at 4:00 AM (PT)
HIT PARADE HALL OF FAME chief JOHN ROOK tells ALL ACCESS, "I'm delighted to announce the HIT PARADE HALL OF FAME nominating committee has invited BOB WILSON to join us and he has accepted."
In the early 70s, BOB WILSON took over the programming of KDAY/LOS ANGELES, where he helped launch the career of radio's celebrated WOLFMAN JACK and developed syndicated radio shows featuring THE BEATLES and THE BEACH BOYS, along with many of the top recording stars of the day.
WILSON's founding of RADIO & RECORDS created the industry leader for news and music information not only in the UNITED STATES, but worldwide. R&R moved to profitability quickly, WILSON extended the franchise into the convention business, attracting attendees from all over the world with its unique keynote speakers (DAVID GEFFEN, CLIVE DAVIS, MARSHALL MCLUHAN) and individual radio format sessions and the big superstar SATURDAY night dinner show, that over the years featured DOLLY PARTON, THE SPINNERS and THE EAGLES entertaining the radio and music execs.