John Clay Wolfe

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John Clay Wolfe (born August 28, 1972) is an American radio personality and entrepreneur, who resides in Fort Worth, Texas.

Wolfe also hosts syndicated radio car show The John Clay Wolfe Show, broadcast each Saturday morning on Dallas–Fort Worth-area rock station (KZPS-FM), Houston Rock station (KTBZ-FM), PA's WZZO-FM, Oklahoma's (KBRU-FM), and numerous additional markets satellite via syndication through (Westwood One). He is the father of four children, Tabitha, Maddox, Nolan, and Kaven Wolfe. Wolfe broadcasts all of his live shows, from a state-of-the-art private studio in Fort Worth, Texas. He pioneered both the purchase live callers' automobiles sight-unseen over commercial radio airwaves, and pioneer of internet site unseen purchases via givemethevin.[1]

Alongside Greg Williams, Wolfe was co-host of syndicated sports radio show The Show with John Clay and Greggo.[2] The Show aired on KSEY ("ESPN 1230AM") in Wichita Falls, Texas, and KPUR (1440 AM, "The Score") in Amarillo from December 2009 through the end of February 2010 when Williams left the show over a salary dispute.[3] Wolfe also hosted a weekday lunch hour program "The Daily Nooner" on KFXR (1190 AM) in Dallas-Fort Worth.

Wolfe graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in psychology. Wolfe worked his way through Southern Methodist University operating both his Fort Worth college hotspots, and concert promotion business. While at SMU, he began promoting concerts for names like Jack Ingram, Dave Mathews Band, Blues Traveler, and numerous others . Years later, Ingram is a regular on Wolfe's radio programs to date. In late 2004, he suffered a spinal cord injury during a moto-cross accident that left him paralyzed from the waist down, but has since regained his ability to walk unassisted.[1]


  1. ^ a b Philpot, Robert (September 19, 2016). "Trail of the Wolfe". Star Telegram.
  2. ^ Whitt, Richie (December 29, 2009). "Where's Greggo? In Wichita Falls. Sorta". Dallas Observer.
  3. ^ Wilonsky, Robert (March 2, 2010). "Do You Like This Gig? Apparently Not, As Greggo Ditches Yet Another Radio Show". Unfair Park. Dallas Observer. Retrieved March 2, 2010.

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