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A familiar phrase in the Mid-South originating from Chattanooga, the home of the one and only Tommy Jett.
Also known as the "Wolf Man of Chattanooga" and "the fastest Jett in the
air", Tommy was the highest rated radio personality of the 1960's and 1970's.
He is truly a living legend in the area with only one other radio
personality having more years in broadcasting.
Tommy Jett has interviewed all the major rock-n-roll recording artists
of the 1960's and 1970's and has worked with a lot of them in concerts.
He still is in touch with several of the mainstays of rock-n-roll and has
interviewed some of the great in recent years for his radio program.
For over forty nine years all programs have closed with, "if things didn't go well for you today, remember ain't nothing forever. Thanks for listening."