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  • "No wonder people drag them behind trucks, " the Greaseman said on the air.
  • It's probably no coincidence that the Greaseman has been trap and skeet shooting for about 20 years.
  • He brought to WXRK an evening program host, Doug Tracht, known as " the Greaseman ."
  • -- Sorry, I never said that the Greaseman was dead, just that he had been REPORTED as dead.
  • "I don't hunt, but I always liked guns, " said the Greaseman, born Doug Tracht.
  • "Some people like to spend five hours on the golf course chasing a little ball, " said the Greaseman.
  • Most of the classic rock DJs including Jimmy Fink, Tony Pigg and Marc Coppola disappeared from the station with this change, as did The Greaseman.
  • "Where else can you go and wear dapper clothing while shooting ? " the Greaseman said, commenting on the elegant ambience of the park.
  • The flip side of this Greaseman thing would be if he had some really boffo great jokes about being dragged behind the truck or an HIV guy staggering around,
  • Night after night, for the past 20 years, the Greaseman has been doling out a wacky mix of music, advice and sound effects on his nationally syndicated radio show.
  • Management asked him to create a bit that would bring some attention to the station before announcing the return of " The Greaseman " to the Jacksonville airwaves a couple weeks later.
  • On the morning of his death, a popular disc jockey on WAPE in Jacksonville known as " The Greaseman " played the sound of frying bacon and dedicated it to Spenkelink.
  • One of the premier Album Oriented Rock stations in the country, the air staff featured Greaseman in the morning, Dusty Scott in midday, Steveski in afternoons and Kirk McEwen in the evening.
  • From 1972 to 1975, WRC broadcast a Top 40 format ( it was one of the Greaseman's early radio stops ) and was known as the " Great 98 ".
  • While at radio station Doug Tracht ( also known as " The Greaseman " ) made a derogatory comment referring to James Byrd after playing Lauryn Hill's song " Doo Wop ( That Thing ) ".
  • Widespread provocative use of the phrase began as early as the late 1980s, largely due to its frequent use in sexually suggestive skits broadcast by a popular syndicated radio shock jock known as " The Greaseman ".
  • Selected Greaseman bits were heard during late WWDC announced that the Greaseman show would be returning on Saturday mornings beginning April 5, 2008, and that the run would go until October 2008, after Clear Channel decided to have more " music intensive " weekends on DC101.
  • Selected Greaseman bits were heard during late WWDC announced that the Greaseman show would be returning on Saturday mornings beginning April 5, 2008, and that the run would go until October 2008, after Clear Channel decided to have more " music intensive " weekends on DC101.
  • The airstaff became full of veterans from other New York rock stations, including Marc Coppola, and John Zacherle from WPLJ . In 1993, The Greaseman's syndicated show was put in the nighttime slot, bookending Stern with an act that was often quite controversial.
  • Stern was replaced by Doug Tracht, better known as the Greaseman, who spent over ten years at the station, from August 2, 1982 to January 22, 1993, and returned to the station in April 2008, but eventually was laid off again in October 2008 so the station could focus solely on music on weekends without his comedy bits.
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