The self-described “refugee from the Sunshine State” was born in Miami, but made his mark as a radio personality at legendary stations like WHK (Cleveland), WINS (New York) and KYA (San Francisco). Named America's Number One Top 40 DJ by Bill Gavin in 1965, Johnny also started charity basketball and softball teams like the WHK Oneders in every market, raising millions of dollars over the years. During that time, he was also the announcer for the TV show, Hullaballoo, and co-hosted the Beatles' last concert, in Candlestick Park. He's in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Johnny has been the voice of the Maryland Terrapins football and basketball teams since 1979 as well as an accomplished actor and author of Johnny Holliday: “From Rock to Jock”.