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DJ Lank is the host of Love, WTUL on Sundays from 12-2 am. A WTUL DJ since 2019, he currently serves as calendar coordinator for the station.

Like many African-American kids in the 1990's, I grew up listening to the Tom Joyner Morning Show on the way to school.

The show, which ran for 25 years, was my mom's go-to show whenever she drove me to the friendly confines of Fairview Junior High School. While a third of the music was boring for a 12-year old, it sparked an interest in radio for me.

That same spark also came from Memphis radio legends like Jaye Michael & James Davis on WDIA, which was the first station in the United States to have programing geared towards African-Americans as well Bobby O'Jay and Bev Johnson.

Those were radio legends who laid a path for me to be in the position I'm currently in here at WTUL.

1. La Luz - In the Country [Hardly Art]
2. Pony Hunt - VAR! [Wing and Wing]
3. They Might Be Giants - BOOK [Idlewild]
4. Nicholas Payton - Smoke Sessions [Smoke Sessions]
5. Max and the Martians - All The Same [Perpetual Doom]
6. various artists - Putumayo Presents New Orleans Mambo: Cuba To NOLA [Putumayo]
7. various - artists - Ritmo Fantasia: Balearic Spanish Synth-Pop, Boogie and House (1982-1992) [Soundway]
8. various artists - Laundry Day: A New Orleans Highball - Motion Picture Soundtrack [self-released]
9. various artists - Mainstream Funk [Wewantsounds]
10. Tony Joe White - Smoke from the Chimeny [Swamp/Easy Eye]

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Official logo for last year's marathon

It’s that time of year again! We’re accepting artsy logo designs for marathon merch! Anyone and everyone can submit, you don't have to be a WTUL DJ!! Click read more to read the details and see past examples.

Ma délire - Songs of love, lost & found

Shepard hosts the Reggae Show Mondays from 8pm-10pm. However, this list demonstrates his tastes far beyond that genre.

 

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