Iconic DJ back on air at 82

Boomer-age fans of 60s rock ‘n’ roll will be taken back in time, as Chicago radio veteran Clark Weber returns to the airwaves – and his voice hasn’t changed a bit.

From an era where the disc jockeys were as famous as the people who made the music, he left the airwaves in 1996, after a 35-year career which saw him broadcast on WLS, WIND, WCFL and WJJD.

“People fear retirement as an end to their productive lives… but those fears are unfounded. Our skills are still valuable and needed.”

His recent memoir, ‘Clark Weber’s Rock and Roll Radio: 1955 to 1975 The Fun Years’, is filled with photos and behind-the-scenes stories and memories about time spent with stars as varied as the Beatles, Barbara Streisand and Janis Joplin.

Weber can be heard on WIND AM 560 every Saturday morning at 6am.