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Willie Wilcox, the Slot Machine Jingle Man
Willie Wilcox, the Slot Machine Jingle Man

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AIR DATE: May 10, 2012

You can't step into a casino without being flooded by the cacophony from the slot machines.  But who comes up with those jingles?  Who rearranges Michael Jackson's "Thriller" for the gambling crowd?  We talk with Willie Wilcox, the man behind the slot machine jingles, about what goes into all that magic Vegas music.
 
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Willie Wilcox, Sr Audio Dir, Bally Tech

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