Wolfman Jack, XERB 1090 Rosarito BC, Mexico | 1967


Wolfman Jack
Wolfman Jack at WNBC, 1970s
Date of Recording: 1967 (Exact Date Unknown)
Station: 1090 XERB Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico
Format: Top 40
Featured Air Personality: Wolfman Jack
Contributor: Joe Fazio


The movie “American Graffiti” featured a howling Wolfman Jack… it was THIS station, XERB 1090 in a town close to Tijuana, south of San Diego. Listening to this, you hear the Wolfman (Bob Smith) in his heyday, probably at the height of his popularity.

XERB’s powerful signal carried it up the west coast, into Canada and even Alaska. It’s said that this station was heard in parts of Europe and even Australia. Little wonder that the Wolfman became a cult figure, then full-fledged national celebrity due to the station’s (and Wolfman’s) notoriety.

We have contributor Joe Fazio to thank for donating this tape to the Airchexx collection.

XERB 1090

One Reply to “Wolfman Jack, XERB 1090 Rosarito BC, Mexico | 1967”

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Welcome to the Heritage Media GroupHMG currently consists of:

Airchexx.com – North America’s Largest Online Classic Radio Listening Post
HitOldies 1 – The Greatest Hits of 5 Decades

Coming soon: WILD COUNTRY – Boston’s Biggest Variety of Country Music.

We hope to serve all of your education and entertainment needs. Thank you for visiting and Stay Safe!

New England’s Finest Rock on TuneIn –

Follow Airchexx on Twitter

Contact Airchexx

%d bloggers like this: