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Pat George
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Marlen Hager
Norm Hale
Sandy Hall
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Chuck Harder
Dave Harrell
Jack Harris
Rick Hatfield
Tom Henderson
Mike Hennessy
Bob Hensler
Howard Hewes
Don Hibbitts
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Chris Holiday
Allan Hollar
Les Howard
Bob Hughes
Peter Jahns
Ralph Janotti
Ralph Johnson
Dan Johnson
Jim Johnson (WHBO)
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Gary Kines
Gary Knight
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Sam Latimer
Jeff Laurence
Clair Linn
Rob Lorei
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Kevin MacKenzie
Stan Major
Jim Maloy
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Beecher Martin
Tom Martinkovic a.k.a. Bobby Ocean
Terry McElhatton
Gerald McGougan
Gary McHenry
Pat McKay
Dave McKay (WWBA)
Ron McKenney
Randy Michaels
Steve Michaels
Brad Moore
Roosevelt Moore, Jr.
Rick Morgan
Bob Neil
Robert Nelson
Robert Nelson
Gerald Newton
Roy Nilson
George Nix
Russ Offenbach
Michael Osterhout
Ron Parker
Joe Patrick
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Ed Pendino
Bob Penrod
Carlos Jose Peralta
Bill Polk
Jon Powers
Gus Quintero
Rex Rand
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Art Reuben
RJ Reynolds
Bobby Rich
Dick Ring
Ed Ripley
Mike Rivers
Scott Robbins
Jay Roberts
Ted Rogers
Jeff Rogo
Art Ross
Robert Rounsaville
Marshall Rowland
Robert Rowland
Daylon Rushing
Tim Ruskell
John Rutledge
Jeff Ryan
Dave Saint
Nikki Sandler
Roger Schulman
Bob Schuman
Glen Scott
Ron Scott
Bob Seymour
Jim Shafer
Cal Shrum
John Sipos
Paul Sliwa
Michael Spears
Roy Speer
John St. John
Jim Stanley
Shauna Stevens
Greg Stevens
John Stortz
Chris Taylor
Bob Tracy
Nick Van Cleve
Rusty Walker
Uncle Johnny Walker
Jerry Walker
Don Wallis
Scott Walterman
Steve Warren
Ray Webb
Tedd Webb
Robert Weeks
Jack Weldon
Rod Weller
Brock Whaley
Cleveland Wheeler
Rob Whitehurst
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Art Williams
Ed Winton
Chris Wolf

Bob Stroud

Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Bob’s childhood passion was always music. But he never realized that one day it would become his profession. He started his broadcast career in 1977 in Sarasota working for Ted Rogers’ progressive rock station, 102.5 WQSR-FM. In 1979 he began entertaining rock audiences in Chicago and has become one of the Windy City’s radio icons.

Starting there with WMET-FM as production director, Bob has been with some of the city’s finest stations – WLUP AM & FM, WCKG-FM, WXCD-FM, WLS-AM, and WXRT-FM.  From 1990 to 2000 he fronted an 11-piece rock and r&b band called Rockestra and, in late 2003, was invited to become the new lead singer of the legendary Chicago band, The Cryan’ Shames.

Today (2008) Bob fronts a new band, The Stroud Crowd, and continues to hold down mid-days and host his legendary Sunday morning radio show, “Rock & Roll Roots,” on Chicago’s WDRV-FM The Drive.

Station History

1977 - 1979 Other Tampa Bay Area Stations (On Air Personality)

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