About The Donnie Simpson Show

Donnie Simpson is the ruling Washington DC radio icon as well as a television and movie personality. He hosted The Donnie Simpson Morning Show in Morning Drive for over 17 years. He was Billboard’s \"1998 Air Personality of the Year\". He is also known by the nickname \"Dr. Green Eyes\" for his luminous light green eyes.

Simpson began his career at age 15 at WJLB in Detroit, where he remained for eight years. In 1977 he relocated to Washington DC, where he began working at WRC-FM, known as \"Disco 93.9“, now WKYS, as morning drive host and program director. Donnie’s star shone brightly as he maintained an incredible run of success on top of the Ratings throughout his tenure in Morning Drive Radio. No stranger to Radio One it’s an incredible honor to have a living legend back on the airwaves at WMMJ!

After Mary Ann's roommate continuously blasts the 1978 Chic hit “Le Freak” night after night in their apartment, this Florida woman's 'freak out' to stop the music landed her in jail...

Donnie Simpson and Tony Perkins speak to David E. Talbert, director of "Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey."

The Donnie Simpson Show Pays Tribute To Helen Jones Woods, the mother of media legend Cathy Hughes, who launched Urban One, the largest African-American owned and operated broadcast company in the nation.

While the week is officially halfway over, we’re going to usher you on into the weekend with the Majic Mini-concert by Stevie Wonder. Make sure you tune into Majic 102.3/92.7 with Donnie Simpson today and jam to some of Stevie’s greatest hits! Here’s a video by Mr. Ribbon In The Sky himself   RELATED: Black […]

Singer Toni Braxton has new music on the way so it was only right to talk to Donnie Simpson and Toni Perkins. Braxton talks about her new single “Do It” and when we can hear more music. Also, once the “Shelter In Place” orders are over, will there be wedding bells for Braxton and a […]

The world is dealing with the CoronaVirus COVID-19 pandemic. Mayor Muriel Bowser and her staff have been doing whatever it is possible to spread the awareness, stress practicing social distancing and working to treat people affected with the virus. This past weekend, D.C. residents filled up the Wharf, causing the Mayor to deliver new orders […]

Washington Washington Football Team legend Bobby Mitchell passed away on Sunday at the age of 84.  Mitchell became the first African American player to play for the Washington Football Team after the Cleveland Browns traded for the then halfback in 1962. Mitchell was also at the forefront of the Civil Rights movement, working with the […]

What’s been up with Olympic Champion Dominique Dawes? The now-married mother of four sat down with Donnie Simpson and Tony Perkins with Dawes to talk Gymnastics and more.  

Before his show at the DC Improv, Michael Rapaport sits down with Donnie Simpson.

  Today we got a chance to hang out with big-time triple threat…well quadruple threat! Singer, songwriter, dancer and philanthropist, Ne-Yo. For those of you who don’t know he’s written the biggest hits for Rihanna, Beyonce, Celine Dion, Lionel Richie and much more. Ne-Yo is very much popping back on the scene, he talked about […]