Elma Greer, Mentor to Students, Inducted Into Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame
Monday, September 14, 2015
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE -- Elma Greer was famously known as “Legs” in the ’60s and ’70s, when such nicknames could be bestowed on women. She was the music librarian at KSFO in its golden age and was credited with helping forge the sound of that station. She guided a generation of college kids (including a future radio columnist) through “Records at Random,” a weekend guest-DJ show featuring awestruck San Francisco State broadcasting students. She also was the country music editor of the San Francisco-based radio industry magazine, the Gavin Report.