Robert W. Morgan
Robert Wilbur Morgan was an award-winning morning radio personality best known for his work at several stations in Los Angeles, California.
Morgan enjoyed his greatest on-air success in Los Angeles, California at stations such as KHJ-AM, where he was one of the original "Boss Jocks" that dominated the Top 40 market in Southern California during from 1965 to 1973. His trademark greeting to listeners during his morning drive shift was "Good Morgan!". Morgan also did morning drive at KMPC-AM, KIQQ-FM and KMGG-FM, and finished his career at KRTH-FM, where he retired for health reasons in 1997. He died from lung cancer on May 22, 1998.
Morgan was born in Galion, Ohio, where as a youth, he listened to the hits of the day on Cleveland?s KYW. It was there his interest in radio began. His first on-air job was in 1955 at Wooster College on WWST & WWST-FM, where his initial salary was just $1 per hour.
After college, Morgan moved to California and the overnight shift on KACY in Port Hueneme, hosting Kegler?s Spare Time with Bob Morgan live from the Wagon Wheel Bowl.