Tom Joyner Morning Show
|Genre||Talk, Urban Adult Contemporary, R&B/Soul|
|Running time||4 hours (approximately)|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Home station||Various Urban AC/R&B station affiliates (based in Dallas, Texas)|
|Created by||Tom Joyner|
|Original release||January 3, 1994 – present|
|Opening theme||Oh, oh, oh, it's The Tom Joyner Morning Show|
The Tom Joyner Morning Show is a nationally syndicated program, featuring host Tom Joyner and a team of commentators reporting and discussing the latest news and sports of the day, playing popular R&B songs from the 1970s through the 1990s as well as contemporary R&B hits. It airs on weekdays. The weekend equivalent of the program is the "Right Back At Cha." Southwest Airlines is a prominent sponsor of the radio show, especially Joyner's on-site remotes (called "Sky Shows"), and offers free round-trip airfare to any destination that Southwest flies as a recurring giveaway on the show.
Joyner announced in 2017 that the show would end when it reaches its 25th anniversary in syndication, a milestone that will be reached in 2019.
- Tom Joyner
- J Anthony Brown (1996-2016)
- Sybil Wilkes
- Tyrell Zimmerman(On A Roll Catering, Newport News, VA)
Others featured on the show
- Jacque Reid
- Roland Martin
- Kevin Frazier
- Jeff Johnson (BET personality)
- Jawn Murray (2006-2011) 
- Sheryl Underwood (2006-2010).
- Tavis Smiley (1996-2008)
- George Wallace
- D.L. Hughley
- Al Sharpton
- Nikki Woods
- Myra J
- Damon Williams (comedian)
- Dominique (comedian)
- Huggy Lowdown (celebrity snitch)
- Tom Joyner To Fly Into Retirement In 2019
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