Grown Folks Wake Up with Tom Joyner

Grown Folks Wake Up with Tom Joyner

Grown folks start their weekday mornings with Tom Joyner from 5am-9am on Jammin’ 98.3!

Tom, J. Anthony Brown and Sybil Wilkes are the perfect combination of funny, smart and topical.

Your morning commute will include a mix of newsworthy content along with silliness and great music!  If you want to know what the “housewives” did, but also want to know what political decisions are going to affect your life, then you need to wake up with the Tom Joyner Morning Show.

Text TOM at 646464 or tweet him at @TJMShow

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