KSAN Photo Gallery Tom “Big Daddy” Donahue Thom O’Hair and Dave McQueen held down the morning drive slot on KSAN Jive 95. Thom was also Program Director of KSAN during the Donahue era and Dave did the morning news. The one and only, Dusty Street was one of the first women DJ’s in America. She held down the 10:00 pm to 2:00 am shift. The smooth voice of Richard Gosett was heard from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Bonnie Simmons was KSAN Jive 95’s music librarian, music director and program director. She was also a KSAN DJ. The affable Bob McClay played your favorite music on KSAN Jive 95 during afternoon drive time. Stefan Ponek not only played great music during the 10:00 am to 2:00 pm KSAN Jive 95 weekday air shift, he always had a lot of great information to give his listeners about what was going on in our community. Norman Davis was he “Night Owl” on KSAN and he also produced some award-winning audio production. Back in the day Ben Fong-Torres was music editor at Rolling Stone Magazine and he held down two weekend air shifts at KSAN Jive 95. Here he is with singer Mimi Farina. Wes “Scoop” Nisker used news actualities and music of the day to tell his unique take on the days news. Morning Man with breakfast Spam… Terry McGovern came to KSAN Jive 95 to do mornings after years at the then legendary KSFO 560. Everybody calls Tony Kilbert “T.K.” still to this day. And, “T.K.” is still on the radio today in Kauai, Hawaii. Edward Bear was one of the best at playing sets of music that told a story through rhythmic seques and intelligent commentary. Bobby Cole was KSAN’s Music Director and he also did a regular weekend air shift on KSAN Jive 95. The original KSAN was at 211 Sutter Street near Kearny. Fifth floor. Tom and Raechel Donahue were the reason that KSAN Jive 95 existed. Their radio show on Saturday nights were appointment listening for everybody in the Bay Area.