Wild Man Fischer
Born: Nov 06, 1944, Los Angeles, California, USA
Lawrence 'Larry' Wayne 'Wild Man' Fischer was an American street performer known for offering erratic, acapella performances of 'new kinds of songs' for a nickel or a dime each on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. Most of his life was spent homeless or institutionalized, and he later became regarded as 'the godfather of outsider music'. In 1968, he recorded a double album, An Evening with Wild Man Fischer, that was produced by Frank Zappa for the Bizarre label.
|Real Name||Wild Man Fischer|
|Date of Birth||Nov 06, 1944|
|Place of Birth||Los Angeles, California, USA|