Victor Lundberg (September 2, 1923 – February 14, 1990) was an American radio personality. He is best known for a spoken-word record called "An Open Letter To My Teenage Son", which became an unlikely Top 10 hit in 1967.
Lundberg was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan and was a newscaster at Grand Rapids radio station WMAX when he released "An Open Letter" in September 1967. The record, written by Robert R Thompson and produced by Jack Tracy, imagines Lundberg talking to his…
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