Porky Chedwick was living proof that you’re never too old to rock ‘n roll. The Pittsburgh radio legend and oldies pioneer began spinning his “dusty discs” in 1948. He helped to launch the careers of R & B artists, including Bo Diddley, Little Anthony and Smokey Robinson. Porky  also broke down racial barriers, bringing Black and White teens together at his dances. He’s the only Pittsburgh radio personality honored at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Known as “The Daddio of the Radio”,  he entertained listeners until his death, at age 96, in 2014.