A renaissance man, Steve Harvey is best known as a certified “King of Comedy.” He has graced the silver screen in the films “The Original Kings of Comedy,” “You Got Served” and “Johnson Family Vacation.” He has starred in his own T.V. series, “The Steve Harvey Show,” and was the host of “It’s Showtime at the Apollo.” Steve and crew bring a fresh real twist to radio. Not afraid to expose his own frailties as he reads listeners e-mail or give straight advice in the “Strawberry Letter,” Steve Harvey has found a perfect way to bring a smile to his listeners either with his “Real Talk,” one of a kind interviews or great music
I was born in Boston and raised in San Jose. I lived in New Orleans for a year or two before settling in Lake Charles in 1982. I am happily married with two beautiful children and a graduate of Lake Charles-Boston High School and Delta School of Business. I’ve been holding down Middays on the radio since 1991. I got my first gig at KXZZ. I was a member of the original and very first air-staff at KZWA before joining the staff here at KJMH 107 Jamz
I was born in Meridian, Mississippi, the youngest of six boys. I was always heavily influenced by music, as my older brother Frank used to buy albums as soon as they came out. I was heavily influenced by radio, as well. I remember being younger and listening to my favorite DJs on the radio and feeling like I could do that. As luck would have it, the opportunity came as I started my journey on one of the heritage stations in my hometown. I eventually moved to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, then Columbus, Mississippi, and then here to Lake Charles in 2001
I was born and raised in Lake Charles, LA., and I hold down the "Tight @ Night Show" each weeknight on 107 JAMZ. I'm not only a radio personality and DJ, I'm a producer and songwriter, as well. Make sure you’re locked into the #1 Rated "Tight @ Night Show" every Monday – Friday from 7 p.m. - 12 midnight on 107 JAMZ, the RadioPup phone app, and 107jamz.com!
Born and raised in South Louisiana, DJ Dolby D was instrumental in bringing the underground sounds of hip-hop from Houston to New Orleans into the mainstream. Labels like Cash Money, No Limit, Rap-A-Lot and many others had his number on speed dial as the go-to DJ when it was time to break their next hit.
I was born and raised in SWLA. My parents serve as Assistant Bishop and Assistant 1st Lady of our churches. The hobbies I enjoy are watching movies, working out, listening to Gospel music and cooking. I serve as the choir director of my local church and enjoy public speaking. I have been the host of Sunday Morning Glory since 2005. My favorite singers are, Donald Lawrence, Karen Clark-Sheard, Jonathan Nelson, Hezekiah Walker, Crystal Akin to name a few
Weekends with the Breakfast Club is counting down the Top 20 songs across the nation with DJ Envy, bringing you celebrity news with Angela Yee, and announcing the Donkey of the Week with Charlemagne the God. It's your chance to catch up with the latest in the hip-hop world, hear exclusive interviews and get that signature blend of honesty and humor, which has made The Breakfast Club one of the top-rated urban morning radio programs in New York.
R Dub! was just 16 when he created Sunday Nite Slow Jams in the summer of 1994, and has since hosted and produced the show throughout the years. Born in Chicago and growing up in L.A. and Orlando, Florida, R Dub! spent his time staying up late at night listening to various “Slow Jams” type radio shows around the country. He loved the music and the overall mood of Slow Jams and at age 13 decided his dream was to host his own Slow Jam show. At age fifteen after moving to Tucson, Arizona with his family, R Dub! got his first chance in radio, volunteering at the local public radio station