John Records Landecker Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth WGN AM
John Records Landecker Biography
John Records Landecker is a known American oldie and Top40 disc jockey. He works at WGN AM since September 28, 2020, as a weeknight evening host. He took the role by stepping in for morning host Bob Sirot. His show broadcasts from Monday to Thursday from 7 pm to 10 pm. Prior, he worked at WLS-FM 94.7 and ended his career on July 31, 2015. However, he sent an email to WGN Radio management in 2020, requesting he fill in for morning host Bob Sirott.
John Records Landecker Age
John Records Landecker was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the United States of America on March 28, 1947. He is 74 years old.
John Records Landecker Height
John is 5 ft 7 in/1.74 m tall.
John Records Landecker Family
John’s parents are Werner Landecker a refugee from German-Jewish and Majorie Victoria, an Indiana farm girl.
John Records Landecker Wife
John is a married man to Nika. They stay in Indiana and are blessed with two daughters Amy Landecker who is a famous American actress and Tracy Landecker who is a writer. He was chosen to the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2017 and is part of the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2020.
John Records Landecker Salary
John earns an annual salary of $60,500.
John Records Landecker Net Worth
John has approximated net worth of $1 Million.
John Records Landecker Career
His career commenced while a student in high school and he worked at WOIB known as WLBY and WOIA-FM now WWWW-FM. Then after he went to Grand Valley State University, he worked for Grand Rapids, MI station WERX. Further, he attended Michigan State University, working at stations in WNTP and Lansing. He became an evening jock on the 50,000-watt WLS 890 which was broadcast from Chicago in 1972.
John was featured on CFTR 680 in Toronto and later went back to on rocker WLUP 97.9 in 1983. He joined the top 40 WCFS-FM 105.9 in Toronto in 1984, working for one year at the station and it switched to AOR as WCKG in 1985. Moreover, he went back to WLS in 1986 until 1989 when it was changed to an all-talk station. Then he stayed at WPHR, 107.9 now WENZ, for some time.