Wild Man Fischer

Larry Wayne Fischer (November 6, 1944 – June 16, 2011), better known as Wild Man Fischer, was an American songwriter in the outsider genre. He was notable for being responsible for Rhino Records' first release, Go To Rhino Records (1975). Fischer's highly unusual style had developed a cult following.

Read more about Wild Man Fischer:  Early Life and Career, Rediscovery, Discography

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