Mention the name “Prince Knight,” and a generation of St. Louis rock radio fans will smile. His given name Ron Lipe was only used on the air a short while during a stint at WIBV, but he soon evolved into Ron Brothers and then Uncle Buck. It was during this time that he managed to corner a rising star appearing in St. Louis for a rare one-on-one interview – the star: Elvis Presley. But it was his work as disc jockey Prince Knight at KSHE that created the legend that still lives. From the deep-voiced on-air philosophizing to the caped personal appearances, Brothers’ prince persona became etched in the memories of his young listening audience.