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Let’s find out ‘What Is Jerry Blavat Partner Name?’ The marketing of oldies music on the radio has been greatly influenced by Gerald Joseph Blavat, a well-known American disc jockey and performer also known by his stage names “The Geator with the Heater” and “The Big Boss with the Hot Sauce.”

He also made appearances in the films Cookie, Baby It’s You, and Desperately Seeking Susan. In the 1970s, Blavat acquired Margate, New Jersey’s “Memories” nightclub.

 

What Is Jerry Blavat Partner Name?

What Is Jerry Blavat Partner Name?

 

In 1993, Blavat received recognition by being inducted into the Philadelphia Music Alliance Hall of Fame. Jerry is now highlighted in the continuing display at the Museum of Radio and Records after being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. In 2002, he was inducted into the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia’s “Hall of Fame.”

 

What Is Jerry Blavat Partner Name? Meet His Kids

The identity of Jerry Blavat’s wife hasn’t been made public yet. He had been separated from his wife since 1976 and had been in a committed relationship since 1989.

Regarding his romantic life, Jerry appears to be a discreet individual. He hadn’t divulged any information about his ex-wife or their history. His divorce’s cause is also a mystery.

Jerry Blavat left behind four daughters, who are also his children. His children’s information is now unavailable as well.

 

Know About Jerry Blavat Family Tree

Blavat was born in the United States on July 3, 1940, in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His mother was Italian, while his father was Jewish. Blavat married, although the couple hasn’t shared a home since 1976. The couple gave birth to four daughters.

 

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(left to right) Anne Klein, Jerry Blavat, Gerri Blavat (the Geator’s daughter) & Jerry Klein, Broadcast Pioneers Luncheon at the Bala Golf Club (Source: broadcastpioneers.com)

Jerry explained in an interview that because his father was never at home, his mother had to work as a riveter in the navy yard during the Second World War. Particularly in the summer, they had to be in bed by six in order for her to get to work.

While the other children were playing, he was in bed with the window open, wondering how they had ended up in bed and asking his mother. His mother explained to him that he wasn’t like the other kids and that the following morning she had to leave for work.

 

Know More About Jerry Blavat Career 

Together with Lee Stewart and Bob Horn, Blavat made his television debut in 1953 on the original Bandstand on WFIL-TV.

He handled Danny and the Juniors’ cross-country tour in 1956, and from 1958 to 1959, he served as Don Rickles’ valet. In 1960, he began his career in radio. By 1963, Camden, Atlantic City, Trenton, Pottstown, Wilmington, and Allentown all had syndicated versions of their program on the air.

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Jerry Blavat friend Philly paid tribute to Jerry after hearing the news of his death and sent condolences to his family. (Source: Twitter)

 

In the 1960s, Blavat co-founded the Lost Nite and Crimson record labels with Jared Weinstein and Jerry Greene, the creator of Collectables Records. The three shared ownership of the now-defunct Record Museum record store business, which had its headquarters in Philadelphia.

Blavat developed and served as the host of a weekly television program called The Discophonic Scene from 1965 to 1967. In addition, he had guest appearances on a number of TV shows, including The Mod Squad, The Monkees, The Tonight Show, and The Joey Bishop Show.

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