Gene Carroll and Glenn Rowell were Vaudeville performers who started a radio show — called the Gene and Glen Show — on WTAM in Cleveland, Ohio around 1930. The pair became famous for their characters Jake and Lena. WTAM originated the program for nationwide broadcast on the NBC Red Network. It aired six days a week for five years.
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