November 20, 2014
If you could have personally witnessed any event in music, sports or history, what would it have been?
Ryan Kramer, KHFI & KPEZ: The 1983 NCAA Basketball title game. An unheralded NC State team up against a talent stacked Houston team with future NBA Hall of Famers in Drexler and Olajuwon. The way NC State came back in the second half of that game was incredible, then to watch Coach Jim Valvano running around the court just looking for someone to hug was incredible.

Jared Banks, KUDD: Going on tour with Spinal Tap would have been epic! Those guys were way ahead of their time. I would love to have been to or still go to any Rugby World Cup final!

John Mayer, WRVW: Beatles at Shea Stadium ...a lil’ bit because it’s The Beatles and a lot a bit because it’s The Mets!

Brian Mack, WXXL: For sports it would have to be the 1980 Miracle On Ice victory, which was a huge historical event as well. I have two for music: the 1964 Beatles Shea Stadium show and the Pink Floyd reunion at Live Aid.

Mike “OD” O’Donnell, WKRZ: The Janet nip slip…but I did see it on CBS.

Jonathan Reed, KHFI & KPEZ: Game 6 of the 2011 World Series, St. Louis Cardinals vs Texas Rangers and the Cards came back and won it!

Java Joel Murphy, WAKS: I wanna re-live 1984 - the single best year for pop music EVER!


Kobe, 100.7 STAR: The “Immaculate Reception” by Franco Harris at Three Rivers Stadium at the 1972 Steelers/Raiders AFC playoff game. I would also love to have been there in person to see the Penguins win the Cup in the Mario days.

Bob Patrick, WXLK: I would have loved to have been in the studio when they were doing "We Are The World." And, also to Lionel Richie why in the hell Dan Akyroyd there.

Big Rob, KSME: The 1997 Super Bowl XXXII with the Broncos beating the Packers for their first Super Bowl championship ever. Then they came back and won it again the following year!

Valentine, Y100: Don’t laugh…but an NSYNC reunion.

Jeremy Rice, WBLI: History is for the books, let’s be proactive and travel into the future – New Years Day Dinner 2100 with my triplets who will be 88!

Paul “Cubby” Bryant, WKTU: I wish I was on the streets of L.A. in 1987 when U2 filmed the video for "Where The Streets Have No Name" on a rooftop! I remember watching the video and thinking how cool it would have been to be there for a surprise performance!

Fishboy, WKRZ: Montana to Clark, go Niners!

Brian Michel, iHeartMedia/Atlanta: Easy…the Miracle on Ice at Lake Placid in 1980.

Scot Finck, Hollywood Records: When John Lennon took pen to paper to write “Imagine.”

Derrick Cole, WLAN: I would have love to seen The Beatles in their prime.

Jimmy Steal, Power 106: How about some that haven’t happened yet? Oasis reunion, Hozier at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Peter Gabriel era Genesis reunion, Dr. Dre at Powerhouse 2015!

Marissa, WFLY: I would’ve loved to have seen Michael Jackson in concert, in person.

Rich Davis, KDWB: I would have loved to have brought Bon Jovi on stage when they were on tour with Cinderella at the Baltimore arena in 1986.

Nik Rivers, WLKK: The day that Lenny Diana Becomes a Biffy Clyro fan!

Joe Mack, WHBQ: Being a huge Michael Jackson fan, when he stood there on the Super Bowl stage for the halftime show.

Mike Rossi, WSTW: I’ll go all-Philly with this one: Live Aid, a JFK Stadium Army-Navy football game and the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

Mase, WKZQ: Any Prince show at Paisley Park and/or The Clash at Bonds.



Dustin "Fletcher" Matthews, WRXL: The Beatles at Shea Stadium.

Kevin Kash, WWEG: Has to be the original Woodstock to see how the hippies lived. I went to the one in '99. It was fun, but marred by the ridiculous violence at times.

Jon Zellner, iHeartMedia: Music: Beatles at Shea Stadium, 1964; Sports: 1927 World Series Game 4; History: signing of the Declaration of Independence.

Sean "The Rabbi" Tyszler, WMMR: Hendrix at Woodstock.

Otis, WNKS: Woodstock for sure!!

Chris P, KRQQ: One of the Chicago Bulls championship wins with Michael Jordan.



Toby Knapp, WIHT: Music - probably the first Beatles show. Sports - probably Babe Ruth calling his shot. History - the Gettysburg Address or the "I have a dream speech."

Eric Chase, WVKS: I'm a gigantic history nerd, especially the Civil War period, so I'd choose Lincoln's second inaugural address.

Tori Thomas, WBSX: I was "paying my dues" in the biz and had to work at my part-time job in radio when Live Aid happened in 1985. REALLY would’ve liked to have been there for that!

Kelsi, WLDI: I would love to have been at Woodstock.

Alicia Tyler, WZNE: Hands down Woodstock.

Sean Stewart, WDOD: The original Woodstock.

Paul Kriegler, Lotus Radio-Reno: Led concert...anywhere.

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In honor of Thanksgiving, what are you most thankful for and who gets your Turkey of the Year award?
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Jon Zellner
SVPP, iHeartMedia


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