On July 3, 1940, Gerald Joseph Blavat was born in the United States. He was a disc jockey and performer. The Geator with the Heater and The Big Boss with the Hot Sauce were other names for him. Blavat contributed significantly to the radio’s wide oldies music marketing. Italian and Jewish parents gave birth to Blavat in South Philadelphia.
By planning live dances, he established himself as a well-known local figure in the Philadelphia region before launching his own independent radio show. On this program in the 1960s, he introduced several musicians to a big audience, including The Four Seasons and The Isley Brothers.
On the original Bandstand on WFIL-TV in 1953, Blavat made his television debut alongside Lee Stewart and Bob Horn.
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Jerry Blavat wife
Jerry Blavat’s wife’s identity hasn’t yet been made public. Insiders claim that he had been in a committed relationship since 1989, when he divorced his wife, nonetheless.
Jerry Blavat children
The four children Jerry Blavat had were a blessing. Information about his children is currently unavailable as well.
Jerry Blavat parents
In South Philadelphia, Jerry Blavat was created by an Italian mother and a Jewish father. Jerry Blavat’s parents maintained peaceful lives and were not well-known, therefore nothing is known about them. Their identities, birthdates, and ages were unknown as of the time of writing.
Jerry Blavat siblings
Jerry Blavat has no siblings that are currently known. We are unknown if he had siblings or brothers.