During the more than 17 years that KQV was a Top 40 Station, Many men led the morning show. Starting with Chuck Dougherty in 1958, and all the way through Bob DeCarlo in 1975, a dozen men were KQV morning hosts.
Chuck Dougherty
Dave Scott
Rod Roddy
Dick Drury
Bill Western
Jim Geahart
Hal Murray
Steve Rizen
Bob Wilson
Harry West
Chuck Brinkman
Bob DeCarlo

One morning man only spent a month as the morning host at KQV, Dick Drury in July 1961, The longest tenured morning man Bob DeCarlo in D'Morning. Bob spent 3 years and 3 months waking up Pittsburgh. One man was hired for mornings and was immediately moved to overnights, Rex Miller. 

Many nicknames and slogans went with these twelve men.
...Chucky from Kentucky was Chuck Dougherty from January 1958 - January 1960 (2 years)
...Daddy Dave Scott was the morning man from January 1960 - April 1961 (1 year 4 months)
...Rod Roddy handled the morning show April - July 1961 ( 3 1/2 months)
...Dick Drury the wake-up man in July 1961 (1 month)
...Pittsburgh was going Western when Bill Western was on in the morning July 1961 - January
   1962 (5 months)
...The Gearhart Show was led by Jim Gearhart from January 1962 - January 1964 ( 2 years)
...Mornings Were Merry With Murray (Emporer Hal Murray) on The Murray Go Round February 
   1964 - July 1965 (1 year 5 months)
...The Big Switch was to Big Steve Rizen July 1965 - August 1967
...Pittsburgh's Big Put On was Bob Wilson August 1967 - January 1969 (1 year 6 months)
...Harry West was on The Harry West Show January 1969 - January 1971 (2 years)
...Charley Brinkman was in charge of the Chuck Brinkman Show January 1971 - July 1972
   (1 year 6 months)
...DeCarlo in D'Morning was the longest running Morning Show as Bob DeCarlo had a cast 
   that included Mayor Pete Flaherty and.Esther Lapidus, Bob DeCarlo was on July 1972 - 
   October 14, 1975, (3 years 3 months)