Swinging Radio England" on 1320 AM (227 meters). His Show was called the B.B. Spree. Previously he spent some time at 1400 WFEC-AM in Harrisburg, and 1000 WIOO-AM in Carlisle, PA. But in 1966 and 1967 he was a Who’s Who in Pop Radio. he made the 1966 edition actually though they incorrectly list his real name as "Bob Wayne" I'll quote below:
After SRE shut down in 1966 he returned to the states and worked at WROV in Roanoke, Virginia and then 910 WPXI-AM. He was killed at the age of 20 in November 1967 in a tragic motorcycle accident. More here and here. Believe it or not, these two men who were born 20 years apart and died 30 years apart are connected in radioland. I'll get to that shortly."Boom Boom is a man with a double life--apart from deejaying on Radio England under this name, he also broadcasts over the Britain Radio wavelength under his real name Bob Wayne. That's not the only remarkable thing about this nineteen-year-old from Bryn Mawr in Pennsylvania--he made his radio debut at thirteen! Born on July l7, 1947, Boom Boom--or Bob--was educated at the Central Dolphin Senior High and showed an interest in radio almost from the age he was old enough to appreciate it. He was also interested in musical instruments and can ploy the four-string guitar, mandolin and banjo... Six-foot tall, Bob has blond hair and hazel eyes. In his off-duty hours he likes model railways, sports car racing and ski-ing. He speaks French, admires R&B artists like Edwin Starr, Stevie Wonder and The Miracles, reads the novels of Frank G. Slaughter and maintains his favorite pastime is--chasing girls! Whether or not he catches them, Boom Boom has a big female following over the airwaves of 227."