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!

[Full Interview With Some Of Toni’s Classics & Music From Her New Album] Follow Majic On Twitter: 8-time Grammy award winner Toni Braxton is set to release her first solo album in 8 years, Sex & Cigarettes. Braxton breaks down the album with host Donnie Simpson along with a retrospective look at her amazing career. […]

Follow Majic On Twitter: After months of speculation singer Toni Braxton finally confirms to Donnie Simpson that she is indeed engaged to Cash Money Records founder Bryan “Birdman” Williams. While Birdman would love to get hitched as soon as possible, Braxton says that the nuptials will take place after the Braxton family finish a planned tour […]

One more thing on today’s March For Our Lives. There were many special moments, but this was one of the most powerful.

Make sure you tuned into Majic 102.3 & 92.7 tonight as 8-time Grammy award winner Toni Braxton will go back in time with Donnie Simpson and play some of the songs from her first solo album in 8 years, Sex & Cigarettes. Toni gets candid with Donnie so you will learn not only about the […]

R&B Group Total was one of the biggest groups of the 90’s. Their Hip-Hop infused tracks “Can’t You See” and “No One Else” reached top 10 status and their soulful “Kissing You” showed that the ladies can sing. Afte reuniting and going on tour with Diddy for the Bad Boy reunion, Kima stepped out on […]

The  46th Annual Whitney M. Young Memorial Gala takes place Friday, March 16th in celebration of the Greater Washington Urban League‘s historic 80 years of service.  There will be a Silent Auction, Dinner & Awards Program along with a live performance by Eric Roberson. George Lambert of the GWUL Stopped by the Donnie Simpson show to talk […]