The Wolfman is gone, but the legendary disc jockey's family will continue to share his love of music.

The family of Wolfman Jack, who died July 1 at age 57, is planning a park and museum in his honor that will pay tribute to legends of rock, blues and country music, said his wife, Lou Smith."This is going to tell the story of all these types of music through his eyes," she said Friday. "This will focus on Wolfman and his view of this."

The $300,000 park will contain an amphitheater that would seat up to 7,500, Smith said. It is scheduled to open next summer in Belvidere, N.C., where Wolfman - born Robert Weston Smith - is buried.