1 of 21DVE 1989 Lunch Remote 2Michele takes the lunch to the people in 1989.2 of 21Chris DeCarloChris DeCarlo was on-air from 1982 through 1985 and a fan favorite host of DVE’s “Metal Shop”.3 of 21DVE JourneyThe original lineup of Journey (We believe this pre-dates Steve Perry) stops by DVE. Photo courtesy of Terry Caywood (Pictured far right).4 of 21Joe Piano on DVE Clipper Cruise 80'sJoe Piano was on air in the 80’s and then again in the 90’s. Joe has sadly passed away.5 of 21Jack Maloy with CD in studio All-night Jack Maloy on air when the sun was out. Very rare.6 of 21Roach Paulsen and KrennJimmy Roach, Scott Paulsen and Jimmy Krenn at a party.7 of 21Kenny Gibbs in a Scuba maskKenny Gibbs under an ocean of fan mail? Listener complaints? We’ll never know.8 of 21Group with Keith RichardsTaken backstage at AJ Palumbo. Kudos to the woman next to Keith who looked at the right camera.9 of 21Dani Coates and Phil KirzycDani Coates, News Director and Phil Kirzyc Sports Director during the 90’s in an office they shared that was furnished with office hand-me-downs from the 80’s.10 of 21Exile On Carson MarqueeMay is always the month when the best local musicians help raise money for Children’s with an evening of Stones albums and greatest hits sets.11 of 21Stones For Beads 2013 BlaseyMay is always the month when the best local musicians help raise money for Children’s with an evening of Stones albums and greatest hits sets.12 of 21Stones For Beads 2013 sound checkMay is always the month when the best local musicians help raise money for Children’s with an evening of Stones albums and greatest hits sets.13 of 21DVE Undy 500It is amazing how popular this event was. People ran around a course in their underwear for the “Undy 500.” Paulsen and Krenn did this promotion for years.14 of 21Cris Winter with Michael AnthonyCris Winter was a jock, Music Director and News Director at the station. Here she is backstage with Van Halen’s Michael Anthony.15 of 21DVE - Jim Randy John Paul JonesLed Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones stopped by to promote his solo album “The Thunderthief”, circa 2001. With Randy and Jimmy.16 of 21Jimmy and Steve T-Shirt17 of 21Steve Hansen with classic shirt“Sometimes they’re funny. Sometimes they’re boring.” It was a phrase coined by Steve Hansen. He’s posing with the front of the shirt.18 of 21Yugo Giveaway 80's SignWe gave away a Yugo. It almost didn’t make it to the promotion because it broke down (For real!).19 of 21Yugo giveaway 80'sWe gave away a Yugo. It almost didn’t make it to the promotion because it broke down (For real!).20 of 21Marsy Dave Mason StudioDave Mason stopped by before a show in 1978. In the air studio with Marsy.21 of 21Jimmy & Steve w/ Don PardoIn honor of their 1,000th show, Jimmy and Steve brought in the legendary Don Pardo to do their announcements live. The show was done in the ballroom of the Westin William Penn.