Reggie Gay Gospel Show
Reggie Gay is the trend setting gospel radio & television personality in America. His name became synonymous with gospel music in Atlanta, Georgia via KISS 104 FM and GLORY 1340 AM. Broadcast Group produces The Reggie Gay Gospel Show.
Reggie is from Lexington, Kentucky, an Advisory Board Member of the Stellar Awards and is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Charities Reggie’s worked with: Reef House an “after school children’s program” (founded by NBA basketball star Shareef Abdur-Rahim); Roots Adoption Agency & his “Suitcases for Kids” program that purchased luggage for foster children. Reggie is heard as the “Band Announcer” for the Morris Brown College Marching Wolverines in the smash hit movie “Drum Line” and makes a cameo appearance as a “Security Guard” in the blockbuster film “Fighting Temptations”.
The Reggie Gay Gospel Show is a video telecast showcasing National & Regional black gospel music talent singing hits from the 70s, 80s, 90s and today. America’s premiere black gospel music DJ Reggie Gay is the host.