96.3 WHUR has long been the dominating radio station on Sundays in the DMV and with a new Sunday program line-up that winning streak is continuing. Sunday mornings are now being turned
over to radio veterans Winston Chaney and Jacquie Gales Webb beginning Sunday,
Chaney, a DMV radio icon, will hit the airwaves with “Wake-Up” from 5am to 8am
followed by Gales Webb who will move to 8am to 11am. Chaney and Webb will
carry on the legacy of “Gospel Spirit.” Both Chaney and Webb are radio legends with
careers spanning decades.
WHUR also welcomes Stellar Award-Winning Gospel artist Anthony Brown to the Sunday mix with “Blessings on Blessings Radio” from 12:15pm to 2pm. Brown has broken Stellar Awards history with 10 wins in one night with his “Group
“These changes round out the WHUR Gospel Experience, which also includes Tracy
Morgan heard Monday thru Friday from 5am to 6am. We look forward to building
on the foundation laid by our beloved Patrick Ellis,” said WHUR General Manager
Sean Plater. Ellis, who reigned on Sundays from 6am to 11am for 40 years, passed
away in July following complications from the coronavirus.
The award winning Howard University Rankin Chapel broadcast will continue on
Sundays from 11am to 12pm followed by “The Journey,” hosted by Howard
President Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick.
“In thinking of how we could keep the Patrick Ellis mission going and honor his
incredible legacy, we assembled a team of all stars able to inspire, entertain, and
serve every DMV listener. I can’t wait to hear this stellar combination,” said WHUR
Program Director Al Payne.