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Legendary ‘Superjock’ Larry Lujack dies at 73

<p>Larry Lujack on Aug. 28, 1987, when he retired after 20 years in Chicago radio.</p>

Larry Lujack on Aug. 28, 1987, when he retired after 20 years in Chicago radio.

Larry Lujack, an iconic Chicago radio disc jockey, has died, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

"Larry Lujack was a cowboy who lassoed the heart of a generation.

The popular WLS-AM and WCFL-AM disc jockey died Wednesday night of esophageal cancer at his home in Santa Fe, N.M. He was 73 years old.

'Larry was one of the most talented, gifted performers in the history of the business,' said Fred Winston, his long-time friend and colleague at WLS-AM."

[Read the entire story on the Chicago Sun-Times]

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