Here’s two DJs you might of heard of. From 1948 to 1952, BB King was spinning for WDIA Memphis. He had 2 shows, The Sepia Swing Club and Heebie Jeebies. When he left RUFUS THOMAS took over as DJ.
Turn-of-the-century-born songwriter, innovator GEORGIA WHITE recorded over 100 tracks. Not long after women could vote she formed an all women band and had her first recording. Credited with writing Hot Nuts and If I Can’t Sell It I’ll Sit On It. I bet you thought Doug Clark wrote Hot Nuts. I did.