Yes, I was.
Elvis Presley - Elvis's Gold Records, Chubby Checker - Twist With Chubby Checker, Rick Nelson's Rick Is 21 all at the same time.
Jefferson Airplane - The Worst Of The Jefferson Airplane and James Taylor (self-titled).
Probably Dave Clark Five circa 1965. I saw an early Supremes concert. I got my dad to take me, and we were the only white people there. The show was amazing.
Blind Lemon Jefferson, J. B. Lenoir, James Taylor, Jefferson Airplane, John Coltrane, Eddie "One-String" Jones, Blind Blake, Aziza Mustafa Zadeh, Meade "Lux" Lewis, Dolly Parton, Dory Previn, Merle Haggard, John Lee Hooker, Martin Carthy, June Tabor, Skip James, Linda Waterfall, Bert Jansch, Pentangle, Steeleye Span, Michael Hedges, Joy Of Cooking, Melt Banana, gosh, many others.
My favorite writings are mostly poems. Dylan Thomas - "Fern Hill," "Poem In October," and "A Refusal To Mourn." John Donne - "The Good Morrow," "Death Be Not Proud". e. e. cummings - "a wind has blown the rain away," "Thy fingers make early flowers of all things," "since feeling is first." Sir Thomas Wyatt - "They Flee From Me". William Wordsworth - "The World Is Too Much With Us". Robert Burns - "To A Mouse," Christopher Marlowe, Michael Drayton, Emily Dickinson, William Blake, Masaoka Shiki.... and many others. King Of Hearts is a favorite film of mine, but mostly I gravitate towards documentaries and nonfiction books. The Imperial Animal by two guys named Robin Tiger and Lionel Fox!! The Singing Neanderthals by Stephen Mithen.
Probably John Lee Hooker. J. B. Lenoir was dead by the time I first heard him, but I spent a week with Lenoir's family, which was very exciting. Linda Waterfall is a close friend of mine, and it's fun to be really good friends with someone who wrote one of the absolutely greatest songs ever written. "Song Like A Roar" still awaits a much-needed reissue on CD!
My wife and (4) kids.
None that have been heard of! One was called Yesterday's Coffee.
A friend hosted The Blues Show. His girlfriend wanted to see him Saturday nights, so he offered to teach me to alternate with him. Soon she wanted to see him every Saturday and he handed the show off to me. Thank goodness for her!
A frequently inebriated man who conducted job interviews in a tavern next to the office.
If I were to tell you, then you would know...
XPN has been my only station, though The Blues & Beyond is now aired on several other stations. I had a job for a while with a company where people paid to come in and do fifteen minute shows; they bought up overnight time on small stations and put these show segments on them. Thus the people could say that they were "on the air" somewhere.