Ever since her late-`80s debut Just As I Am, Yolanda Adams has triumphantly carried the torch for contemporary gospel and inspirational music via 12 glorious albums. Stunningly beautiful, exceptionally educated, filled with the spirit and blessed with one of the most powerful voices in any genre of music, this Houston-native and one-time school teacher has been a stately beacon of God’s light, earning numerous accolades and awards. After numerous albums, she is now the host national syndicated radio show, the Yolanda Adams Morning Show.
For a man who has declared that he may at any moment cease making music to concentrate fully on his passion for ministering, Donnie McClurkin can never stay away long from recording profoundly uplifting music for the soul. The evidence: his latest collection We All Are One (Live in Detroit) - his breathlessly anticipated first music recording in five years! Along for the momentous celebration are very special guests CeCe Winans, Yolanda Adams, Mary Mary and Karen Clark-Sheard. Once again, Donnie, his singers and musicians share the joy of God’s bounty – live before an on-fire congregation where platinum-plus Pastor McClurkin’s vocal and testimonial gifts have always shined their brightest. Now the next chapter is the Donnie McClurkin radio show.
A midday talk show on a music station is unconventional. But it’s what Indianapolis expects when they tune to Amos Brown and Afternoons with Amos weekdays, 1pm-3pm. This two time NAB Marconi Award Finalist, member of Indiana’s Broadcasters Hall of Fame every weekday discusses important issues that impact Indianapolis. Especially its African-American community. This veteran broadcaster with 39 Years in Indianapolis media, inaugurated the first weekday prime time radio talkshow serving the African-American community over 20 years ago. Amos prides his program on allowing listeners access to local and national leaders in an environment of civility and respect. Amos also helps listeners deal with bureaucratic red tape; resolve instances of racial insensitivity and advocates and challenges the community to be their best. It’s why Amos Brown and Afternoons with Amos is among America’s top rated Black-oriented radio talk shows. Click The Link To The Amos Highlights Page To Hear Recent & Past Highlights of Afternoons with Amos and Newsmaker Interviews. AFTERNOONS WITH AMOS HIGHLIGHTS
Donna Marie Schiele is originally from Cleveland, Ohio, but moved around quite a bit. She has lived in NY, NJ, NC, SC, GA and even Seoul, Korea! Donna started in radio in 2005 after teaching for over 10 years. She is still a junior high school reading and writing teacher and an actor who has appeared in numerous local and national commercials, stage plays and films. Donna is married, has two sons and she always tries to “Keep it Classy!”