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!

In This Episode Of Donnie’s Stories, Donnie Tells A Hilarious Story About The Godfather Of Soul, James Brown #DonnieSimpson #JamesBrown  

Singer Robin Thicke sat down with Donnie Simpson and Tony Perkins to talk about his new single “That’s What Love Can Do,” and more.

Donnie & Pam Simpson have been married for 46 years! How did the two get together? The happily wedded couple talks about what drew them together in Donnie’s Stories. Watch More of Donnie’s Stories Donnie Stories Episode 2: The Car Accident Donnie’s Stories “Marlon & Michael”  

In the latest episode of Donnie’s Stories, Donnie Simpson is joined by his lovely wife Pam to tell an interesting tale about a car accident that hit close to home. How did it happen? Donnie and Pam sit down to give us the story, brought to you by Minimally Invasive Vascular Center.

On Friday, The Sugarhill Gang performed with Melle Mel and Trouble Funk to bring in the opening of The Hip-Hop Museum Pop Up at the Blind Whino SW Arts Club at 700 Delaware Avenue SW. The month-long celebration of Hip-Hop began with live performances by the Sugarhill Gang, Melle Mel, and Grandmaster Caz, who were all […]

Donna Brazile, Yolanda Caraway, Leah Daughtry, and Minyon Moore are four of the most influential African American women in the United States. Together, they call themselves the Colored Girls. As political strategists, organizers, CEOs, and more, they have made history and shaped politics. Their new book “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics” details their […]

Peabo Bryson is still out here flourishing. Bryson has a new album “Stand For Love” and a brand new baby with his wife, Tanya Boniface. Peabo gives Donnie all the details while he’s in town for a performance at the Bethesda Blues & Jazz. RELATED: Peabo Bryson “Love Like Yours & Mine” [Video] RELATED: Summer Mini Concert […]

The RBRM Tour is headed to the Eagle Bank Arena this Saturday and if you haven’t gotten your tickets click below and make sure you join us. Click Here To Get Your Tickets To The RBRM Tour The fellas talk about what you can expect from the tour, getting back in the road together and […]

https://twitter.com/janetarchive/status/1037205622981373952 If you watched part one the Bobby Brown Story on BET on Tuesday you would have learned about the relationship between the singer and a young Janet Jackson. In the movie, Brown, and Jackson had a secret relationship that Bobby wanted to make public while Janet wanted to keep the “Don’t Be Cruel’ singer […]