Singer, songwriter, disk jockey, and radio sponsor and character Jim Lowe is most remembered for his edition of “Green Door,” a track compiled by Marvin Moore and Bob Davie, which strike number one within the singles graphs in the U.S. in 1956. Given birth to Might 7, 1923 in Springfield, Missouri, Lowe experienced a long operate as a disk jockey at WNEW-AM in NY, and was also noticed on WNBC-AM in NY and on the NBC Radio system Monitor. Lowe published and recorded several early rock and roll & roll edges, many of them novelty-styled game titles, and he also documented covers from the rock and roll & roll strikes of your day. He sang in some sort of flourishing radio announcer’s tone of voice that put the majority of his catalog in the goofy and ridiculous category, and truthfully, Lowe was hardly ever really aiming higher or somewhere else. He released items by himself Dot Information imprint, like the albums Tunes They Sing Behind the Green Door (1957) and Wicked Ladies (1958). He was a lot more of the radio character than he was a rock and roll star, which is most probably how he prepared it. Lowe was over 80 years aged when he retired from the business enterprise in 2004; he passed away at his house in East Hampton, NY in Dec 2016 at age 93.