Magic City Morning Show
The Magic City Morning Show (originally the Roy Wood Jr Show with Nu York and B Money) is a morning radio program on WBHJ-FM (95.7 JAMZ) hosted by former Buck Wilde in the Morning co-hosts Nu York and B Money.
The show airs weekdays from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM and originally also starred Roy Wood Jr, known for his prank calls, along with scripted skits and interviews with in-studio guests. The program, which replaced Buck Wilde's long-running show after he moved to a station in Dallas, Texas, premiered on September 28, 2010.
After Wood left the program in 2012 to star in TBS' "Sullivan and Son", the show continued as the "Magic City Morning Show".
- Temple, Chanda (September 28, 2010) "Comedian Roy Wood Jr. kicks off his own show on 95.7 JAMZ today." The Birmingham News
- "Roy Wood confirms he's out at WBHJ in Birmingham." (September 17, 2012) Radio Ink
- Watkins, Mia (September 18, 2012) "'Magic City Morning Show' debuts on 95.7 Jamz." The Birmingham News
- Roy Wood, Jr Show at 957jamz.com