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Date Posted: 11:44:53 01/12/15 Mon
Author: Underground guy
Subject: First DJs on 'DVE, 'YDD, and Radio Free Pittsburgh

I was talking over some beers with some other old guys about when the first FM stations that played album cuts started to appear. We all remembered the first wave, when you had Brother Love and Porky Chedwick on WAMO FM, the guy with the thick accent on WZUM (which was AM, but played album rock), and Brother John on KQV-FM/WDVE 24/7.

But none of us could remember all the DJs when the second wave of album rock stations came along. We weren't sure if KQV-FM switched to WDVE before or after they also dropped the 24/7 Brother John and switched to local DJs. We did recall that around that same time, WYDD also started playing album rock, and WAMO-FM had some album-rock hours using the name "Radio Free Pittsburgh".

The only DJ names we could remember were a woman named "Marcie" or "Marsha", and some guy who used his astrological sign as a name, like maybe "Gemini" or "Aquarius".

Then I stumbled across this website, so this looks like a good place to ask about who some of those DJs were. Does anybody remember any of them?

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