July 23, 2021

Art Terrell Back on the Radio in Atlanta on Smooth Jazz 101/100

Atlanta Native Art Terrell Most Recently Hosted Mornings at Kiss 104.1 with Stops at V-103 and Hot 95.7 in His Career, is Back on Air as Smooth Jazz On Air Personality

WJZA Smooth Jazz 101.1/100.1 of Davis Broadcasting of Atlanta, is proud to announce that Atlanta native and veteran radio host, Art Terrell, will be joining the team!

Art Terrell is widely known in Atlanta and across the country for his mesmerizing voice and captivating personality. Highly respected in the industry as not only an amazing on-air talent, but Art Terrell is also a community leader who has used his voice to make a positive impact on the city of Atlanta.

Terrell became a contributor to the Atlanta radio community beginning with an internship on WVEE-FM while attending Mays High School. While continuing his career at WVEE, he attended Georgia State University and hosted Atlanta’s first hip-hop show, The Fresh Party. Art Terrell’s resume also includes hosting the Morning Party – The Art Terrell and Felesha Love Show on WHTA, Co-Host and Co-Producer of the Ryan Cameron Morning Show on WHTA, and host of the Afternoon Drive on WALR Kiss 104.1. Terrell was most recently the host of WALR Kiss 104.1’s Morning Groove alongside comedian Cory “Zooman” Miller and Toni Moore.

“Art Terrell is more than just a talent, he’s a legend in the city and we couldn’t be more proud to welcome him to the Smooth Jazz 101/100 family”, says Greg Davis Jr, Vice President and Atlanta Market Manager of Davis Broadcasting of Atlanta. “His energy will bring a new flavor to this format…and this is only the beginning. Smooth Jazz is back with a fresh sound and great talent.” Terrell joins the team that currently includes Rene Miller (Program Director), Allen Kepler, Miranda Wilson, Maria Lopez, Dave Koz, Brian Clay, and Melvin Miller.

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