Chicago Radio Legend Dies

Chicago Radio Legend Dies

Lujack (right) with his side-kick Little Snot-nosed Tommy Photo: Newsradio WTAX

Former Chicago radio personality Larry “Superjock” Lujack has died at his home in New Mexico. The gravelly-voiced, often grumpy disc jockey was on the air for 20 years at WLS and WCFL. Lujack was 73 and had been battling cancer of the esophagus.

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