ON AIR PERSONALITIES

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Moneque Richmond-Walker
Morning Show Host 6AM-9AM
Midday Inspiration 11AM-3PM
Solid Gold Saturday 11AM-3PM

Moneque Richmond-Walker is a native Memphian and her musical journey started as a young musician. Her love for vocal music began early serving as choir directress at the New Galilee MBC (Rev Early Gentry-Pastor).  She accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and savior and later joined Greater Beulahland COGIC where she received the baptism of the Holy Ghost.  
Richmond-Walker received her Evangelist Missionary license in 1999 and is presently a member of Pentecostal Temple Church of God in Christ, where the Bishop Charles Harrison Mason Patterson, Sr., is the Host Pastor and Jurisdictional Prelate (Guatemala Jurisdiction). Evangelist Richmond- Walker has served in the capacity of a gospel announcer for WBBP, where the late Bishop G E Patterson was the general manager for 11 years.  She is the former Tennessee 5th Jurisdiction Minister of Music (1993-2000).
Evangelist Moneque Richmond-Walker currently holds the positions of: Director of Choirs at Pentecostal Temple COGIC (Bishop Charles Harrison Mason Patterson, Sr.). She also serves as the Vice President/Assistant Minister of Music of the Guatemala Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Church of God in Christ. In addition to, also humbling serving as the Choir President of the Women’s Chorus in the Guatemala Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction.
Evangelist Moneque is the wife of Elder Mark Walker and the mother of O’Livya R Walker.  In 2007, she received her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Communication, with her major in Video & Film Production.  She received her Masters of Arts in Religion in 2016 (The Relevancy of Church Music) and is currently working on her Masters of Divinity.

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JAYLAN LYONS
Rainbow Push Sundays 6-7PM

Jaylan Rashad Lyons has been a Memphis native since 1999 after moving from Pine Bluff, AR with his family one year after he was born. Upon reaching high school, he moved to Monroe, Louisiana and graduated in 2016. That same year, Jaylan moved back to Memphis to attend the University of Memphis where he started to learn and excel at his creative passions which includes photography, music, and voiceover work. Having a strong love for writing and self expression has led him to these mediums. Jaylan’s ultimate goal for his creative passions are to make lasting work that would be studied for generations to come. 

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MAYA HARRIS
Let's Talk Law Monday 6PM

Solid Gold Saturday 5AM-11AM

Memphis Music Hour Sunday 7PM

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Atlanta Alexandria
Let's Talk About It 10AM - 11AM
Best Gospel Hits 7PM-10PM

Though new to journalism, Atlanta Alexandria is not new to healing the community. Whether it be through her tea company or her podcast, she’s dedicated to being the change she always wanted to see.  After expanding her knowledge and experiences  between Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco, and Johannesburg, South Africa over the last twelve years, the Memphis Native decided to bring her talents back home. She is the current host of Let's Talk About It and has a diverse background to bring a progressive and fresh perspective to our listeners.

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DELSA FLEMING
Evening Gospel 10PM - 12AM
Solid Gold Saturday 7PM-12AM
Sunday Quartet Night 9PM-12AM

DELSA FLEMING, known as the “Fireball of the South,” has been a personality with 1340 WLOK since 1982. She has received numerous local and national awards. She was awarded with a Stellar Award certificate for her contributions to gospel radio.

She has also been recognized nationally among gospel radio’s “Who’s Who in Gospel Music.”

Delsa “Fireball” Fleming is one of Memphis’ most recognizable radio personalities. She has served as Mistress of Ceremonies for numerous programs and concerts throughout the city. She also served as host of a local gospel cable TV show; plus she has conducted many music workshops for various churches in Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. Delsa is a member of the National Gospel Music of America Announcers Guild. She was born in Rossville, Tennessee and currently resides in Memphis. She attended Shelby State Community College where she earned a certificate of achievement for music. Delsa is the mother of three daughters and a son. In her spare time, she enjoys singing and reading.

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WILLIE L. TATE JR.
Morning Show Host 6AM-9AM
Evening Drive 3PM-7PM
Solid Gold Saturday 11AM-3PM

Willie L. Tate Jr. was born in Memphis, Tennessee, but raised in Los Angeles, California. He graduated from Rust College and obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication/Broadcast Journalism. Willie has been in radio now for three years. He is also an Educational Assistant with Shelby County Schools. Willie is on the path of obtaining a Master's degree In Education.

Willie enjoys spending quality time with family and he loves influencing and making an impact in the lives of others. He enjoys serving in GOD'S Kingdom in and Out Of the 4 walls of the Church. A Bible verse that keeps Willie motivated, encouraged, and determined is Roman's 8:28 

Maya Harris was born and raised in Memphis, TN. She obtained her bachelors of science form Middle Tennessee State University in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Courts and Laws, with a minor in Political Science. During this time, she had the privilege to work under and receive mentorship from high profile criminal defense attorneys Leslie Ballin, Blake Ballin, and Erika Ruch of Ballin, Ballin, & Fishman in Memphis, TN. Post-undergrad, Maya returned to take a semester off to prepare for law school, but the pandemic pushed her plans back a year. In that time is where she found her love for aiding students in the Bluff City and surrounding areas with their English skills, pertaining to their curriculums. She then went on to expound on her passion with the Memphis Office of Youth Services, where she is currently an eighth grade English specialist. Never losing her love for the law, she has now become an addition to the WLOK family, hosting the talk show, “Let’s Talk Law” Mondays at 6 PM.