Prank Call To Navy Recruiter
Roy D. Mercer prank phone call to a Navy Recruiter. Roy D. Mercer is a fictional character
created by disc jockeys Brent Douglas and Phil Stone on radio station KMOD-FM in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Brent Douglas, who performs Mercer's voice, uses the character as a vehicle for
comedy sketches in which he performs prank calls.
Brent Douglas and Phil Stone, disc jockeys on KMOD-FM, a rock radio station, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, created the Roy D. Mercer character in 1993.
Initially, they used the character on comedy sketches for the radio station. Originally, the prank call sketches were a part of KMOD's morning show.
By 1997, Capitol Records Nashville began issuing the sketches on compact disc. Twelve Roy D. Mercer compilation albums have been released
on the Capitol and Virgin Records labels. A Virgin Records Nashville executive noted that Mercer's early albums managed to sell between
250,000 and 300,000 copies, primarily due to word of mouth, without any promotion to consumers or radio airplay of the album tracks.
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