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Donnie Simpson

Donnie Simpson (born January 30, 1954) is a longtime American radio DJ as well as a television and movie personality. He hosted The Donnie Simpson Morning Show on Washington, D.C. radio station WPGC-FM from March 1993 to January 29, 2010. Simpson is the first urban-format radio personality to have an annual salary over $1 million without being syndicated. He was Billboard's "1998 Air Personality of the Year". He is also known by the nickname "Dr. Green Eyes" for his luminous light green eyes.

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Donnie Simpson - Host of Video Soul
... In 1983, Simpson was recruited by Bob Johnson, founder of BET, to host the network's primetime music video show, Video Soul ... Simpson remained with the show until its cancellation in 1997 ... Between 1997 and 2000, Simpson hosted many network specials and tributes ...
WKYS - History
... DJs during the disco era included Donnie Simpson, Stoney Richards, Joe Cipriano, Eddie Edwards, Bill Bailey, Jeff Leonard, Chuck Davis, Candy Shannon and Max Kinkel ... the present urban contemporary format, WKYS, "93.9 Kiss FM" under the guidance of Donnie Simpson. 1993, WKYS was home to the legendary radio personality Donnie Simpson ...

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    In my grandmother’s house there was always chicken soup
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