Gary Dee


Gary David Gilbert, (born 1935, died November 10th, 1995) on-air name Gary Dee, was a pioneer in controversial talk radio. He worked for stations which included WERE, WHK, and WWWE (now WTAM) in Cleveland, Ohio. He spent a short time in New York, but failed to achieve the huge following he had in Ohio.

Gary Dee's style varied from a confrontational, "down home" manner, to brilliant satire, and a hilarous, no-holds barred "shock jock" style. He paved the way for radio stars who would follow him. Gary made heavy use of country music, especially Johnny Cash and George Jones. In his tongue-in-cheek way, he would poke fun at politicians, society in general, and his own family and life.

Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio

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