He also reveals some of the stories behind the stories that didn't make his book, We Have Company: Four Decades of Rock and Roll Encounters.
A native of Hammond, Indiana, Bobby grew up under the signals of Chicago media, including the original "Bozo the Clown" on WGN-TV, as well as iconic Chicago Top 40 stations WLS and WCFL.
He was among the pioneers of free-form Album Oriented Rock (AOR) serving two tours of duty at "Chicago's Finest Rock' station WXRT, legendary rock epicenter WLUP ("The Loop") and the station that disrupted and quickly dominated the Chicago rock radio market, WDRV ("The Drive").
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