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Van Q Temple - It's A Riot 1965

On: Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Van Q Temple
Birth Name
aka Iula Humps
 LR Stallcup
The Reverend
Birthplace
Born/Died
Official Site
Wikipedia


Van Q Temple, started his DJ career at WPFA Radio, Pensacola, Florida. He did the early morning show (signing the station on at sunrise). His character, Iula Humps, was the supposed 'cleaning lady' at the radio station. Van Q sharpened his comedy skills at the station, did a couple of comedy albums and appeared in one 'B' movie. While he may have worked in Atlanta, I do know that he worked in radio in Nashville and died there in the early 90's. ~Dwight Stagner youtube

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Skits
RRI-Q50826
Thanks Dave A!
His other material on this blog is "tagged" at the bottom of this post
WANTED
Allow Me To Demonstrate It's A Riot No 2
Iula Humps Jumps On The Women's Liberation Group Riot #5
Mister Wallace Please Wait For Me Riot No 4 1969
Prime Time Religion
IBS Presents Another Around The World Broadcast 1971
We Shall Overcome (I Think) Riot No 3





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3 comments on "Van Q Temple - It's A Riot 1965"

Unknown said...

Most of Van's radio career was in Atlanta . He was the early morning DJ for years with his comedy sidekick Ray Kinnamon. He was represented by Bill Lowery, and you can hear Bill laughing loudly on his comedy albums. HE owned and operated Radio Station WSSA "The Country Boot" in Morrow, GA
for many years. In 1978, he sold the station and moved to Pensacola where he purchased a sailboat dealership. The last time I talked to him in the mid 80's, he was the radio voice of the 7th Day Adventist . Not sure what happened to him after that but I heard he died in Blairsville, GA in August of 2004 at the age of 72.

Anne Gardiner said...

Most of Van's radio career was in Atlanta . He was the early morning DJ for years with his comedy sidekick Ray Kinnamon. He was represented by Bill Lowery, and you can hear Bill laughing loudly on his comedy albums. HE owned and operated Radio Station WSSA "The Country Boot" in Morrow, GA
for many years. In 1978, he sold the station and moved to Pensacola where he purchased a sailboat dealership. The last time I talked to him in the mid 80's, he was the radio voice of the 7th Day Adventist . Not sure what happened to him after that but I heard he died in Blairsville, GA in August of 2004 at the age of 72.

Anne Gardiner said...

I have pictures of Van if you want them. I have no use for them anymore.

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