Radio Angel


Brother Robert L. Stevenson

There is a new station on the AIR. And, the on air personality is one that really enjoys gospel music. Thus, the name of the station is simply – Playing Great Gospel Music Radio (PGGMRadio).

Evangelist Zina Renee Washington, A/K/A Evangelist D. J. Renee, is the person behind the mike. Her station is PGGMRadio.

According to Evnagelist Renee, “PGGMRADIO is a place for listening to the very best in old school gospel music.  This station brings you music from legendary gospel artist as well as new and upcoming artist.  In addition this station brings you a variety style of music to be true to our saying “a little bit of this and that”. “

The station will also broadcast “talk shows, prayer ministries, various gospel shows, Churches and individual Men and Women of God ministering.” She wants you to also know that the station “is available for advertising businesses and events from all over the world.”

Broadcast Schedule (all times CST)

Monday – 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Tuesday and Thursday – 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM  and 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Wednesday – 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM and 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Friday – 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Check out PGGMRADIO. You’ll be glad you did!

Ms. Hattie Elizabeth BushBlack History Spotlight
There are many affiliated with the gospel quartet genre that may not be household names, but their contribution to this genre is just as important, if not more so, than persons we know on a first name bases. We call them unsung heroes. They contribute their time, their money and their passion to ensure that the music is heard in their community. And, in addition to their commitment to the genre, they are often pillars of their community.

One such person was Ms. Hattie Elizabeth Bush, of Orlando, Florida. Ms. Bush transitioned home on Thursday, December 23, 2010. She was the lead singer of the Spiritualette Gospel Singers. Under her guidance, for over 35 years, the group became a staple on the gospel circuit in She was also a Radio Angel for WUNA – AM 1480. Ms. Bush program was so popular that it would often be the launching pad, in the Orlando community, for new gospel music issued by independent and major labels. Her commitment to spreading the good news reached legendary status. Ms. Bush appreciated the impact that gospel music had on the lives of her listeners. That appreciation extend to no only insuring airing what her listeners wanted to hear, but also in her services as emcee for so many gospel concerts.

Ms. Bush was truly one of the unsung heroes of this genre.

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