Radio & TV Personality Legend
Legendary Radio and TV Host Donnie Simpson has been nominated for the Radio Hall of Fame which he announced today on Twitter. Hall of Fame membership voting begins this Monday and public voting will start a week later. Simpson, who has been on the radio in Detroit and Washington, D.C. for five decades, is best know for being the host of BET’s “Video Soul.” Donnie is beloved by so many in the industry and should have been inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame a long time ago. He’s an icon that some how has been overlooked by the Hall of Fame voting. He definitely should be a first ballot inductee. Good Luck Donnie!
I just found out this morning that I’ve been nominated for the Radio Hall of Fame. I’m humbled and honored.— Donnie Simpson (@DonnieSimpson) July 9, 2020
The membership voting starts Monday and one week later the public voting starts. I’ll send you the link then. Unless you wanna vote for some other Bama. https://t.co/shuK7YJFLe pic.twitter.com/teYDrSz5wX
The Breakfast Club, New York’s 105.1 FM, is also up for a Nomination Into The Radio Hall Of Fame. Listen to what they had to say about Donnie Simpson as well as being nominated themselves.Embed from Getty Images