Atlanta will host Tom Joyner along with artists Keith Sweat, Joe, Angie Stone & Karyn, Saturday, August 3rd at Wolf Creek Amphitheater
(Atlanta – April 15, 2019) On his nationally syndicated radio show today, Tom Joyner announced the One More Time Experience multi-city tour, which includes concerts that bring the music and celebration of his daily Party With a Purpose, The Tom Joyner Morning Show. Joyner, a huge fan favorite who changed the radio landscape, launches this tour with a routing that allows his audience to join the celebration and toast Tom for his longtime commitment to entertain, inform and empower. Joyner will bring the tour to Atlanta, Wolf Creek Amphitheater, on August 3rd with musical performances that include Keith Sweat, & Joe.
In making the announcement, Tom Joyner offered “What better way to say thank you to the people I owe my career to! I hope everyone will be as excited as I am to celebrate with good music, good fun and good hugs! We have 25 years worth of partying to achieve, so let’s do it together, with the ultimate One More Time Experience!”
The legendary Keith Sweat is a longtime favorite in R&B music with hits that include “Make It Last Forever”, “Twisted”, “Nobody”, “How Deep Is Your Love” and a long list of hits that relate to their audience and has them singing along to every lyric.
Joe has brought a very personal and emotional experience to his audience with performance staples that include “I Wanna Know”, “All The Things” and more that have brought Grammy nominations as well as gold and platinum selling songs.
Program Director, Erwin Hill said, “Tom Joyner legacy speaks for itself. The opportunity to give Atlanta a lasting experience and the opportunity for us to say good-bye to an icon is a must in the biggest urban market in the world, Atlanta, GA. We look forward to a great show that will feature artist that signify the tone and love that represents Tom Joyner!
Joyner – who first gained popularity after earning his nickname “The Fly Jock” while flying round-trip between Dallas and Chicago for seven years and 8 million miles – hosted morning and afternoon shows in two different cities. Joyner revolutionized radio, becoming the first morning show with music in syndication, launching Jan 3rd 1994. Joyner announced that he would retire from broadcasting in December of 2019, capping one of the greatest careers in communications.
Follow Tom Joyner on social media: @TomJoynerMorningShow on Facebook; @TJMShow on Twitter; and @FlyJockTomJoyner on Instagram.
WHEN: SATURDAY, AUGUST 3RD
WHERE: WOLF CREEK AMPHITHEATER, ATLANTA, GA