Coyote Calhoun presenting the "WAKY Team of the Week" award to Fern Creek
High School (1974)
Coyote Calhoun with his 1974 Datsun Z
Coyote Calhoun with a WAKY listener
"Hey man...did you see that cool chick that
walked by on the River City Mall?"
Coyote Calhoun in one of the WAKY Production Rooms
Santa and Coyote Calhoun in the WAKY
lobby (Christmas Eve 1975)
Coyote Calhoun apparently had a death wish
Coyote Calhoun in the ring before his match
with Jerry Lawler. Bob Moody provides the details: "Coyote had bragged for
weeks that he could beat Jerry Lawler because he knew the 'Bohemian
Alligator Holt.' He made it sound like some highly secret and deadly
wrestling move. On the night of the match Coyote and Lawler made their
entrances, followed by a hooded wrestler with 'Bohemian Alligator Holt' on
his shirt. The referee, Paul Morton, ruled that Lawler had agreed to
wrestle Coyote AND Holt, so it was two against one. Holt started strong,
but faded. When he tried to tag Coyote, Calhoun turned his back and waved
to the crowd. Finally, Lawler delivered an uppercut that knocked Holt's
hand into Coyote -- the rest is history."
Coyote Calhoun climbs in the ring for
the 1976 bout with Jerry Lawler.
Coyote Calhoun with his new Corvette
Coyote Calhoun receives a gold record for
"Always On My Mind" from two Columbia Records representatives (1976)
Coyote Calhoun (L) and Wolfman Jack
Coyote Calhoun, Dr. Doug Cook (bass player for "The Beer Drinkin'
Rodeo Band), Unknown (1977)