DJ Jonathan Gilbert aka "Weasel" the late late night DJ, a familiar and unique voice of WHFS with an encyclopedic knowlege of all things music

DJ Josh Brooks (right) brought Spiritus Cheese to the station which began the station's evolution to progressive free-form music. Pictured in the studio with Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys.

DJ Cerphe Colwell became a popular voice of the station as it evolved in the 70's. Many rare and wonderful interviews were logged in this studio. Here Cerphe talks with the talented Robert Palmer.
Legendary DJ Damian Einstein had legions of fans, his blues show brought many talented artists into the limelight and widened the horizons of those who listened to his daily shows and interviews.
DJ John Hall was an early member of the HFS broadcast team, offering listeners a wide range of eclectic music & styles.
The man, the legend, Jake Einstein in his office at Triangle Towers. He managed the station like a ringmaster, charming and disarming. His forward looking vision allowed the station to transition to a successful rock and roll progressive format.
DJ Diane Divola was the morning DJ from 1976-84. Enjoying a moment with Livingston Taylor.
DJ Bob "Here" Showacre on air, spinning vinyl discs and taking call-in requests.
DJ Thomas Grooms (right) in the studio with Chuck Leavell and Randall Bramlett, circa 1977-1978. Thom was also an engineer who kept the station "online".
Sales Manager Patty Ebbert was a big part of the day to day operations for many years running creative and successful promotions for the fans, increasing the popularity of the station. Pictured with Bob Showacre.
Long time HFS production engineer, manager and general jack of many trades Alvin Jeweler. Pictured here in 1966 at the Del Ray Avenue Studios when it was still "High Fidelity Stereo".