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The Morning Show With Troy Baylor

Fridays 10AM

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The Morning Show with Troy Baylor and the Hon. Thomasine Tynes, shares the latest news and informal information, with resources in the community and what’s happening in and around the city of Philadelphia.

Tune in Fridays at 10AM for interviews and talk on how we as a city can fight the gun violence and political corruption.  The Monring Show focuses on topics that appear in the local media, the events occuring in our city, state the US and the world.  The Morning Show brings understanding to its listeners.

Your hosts, Troy Baylor
Troy Baylor has served in radio for over 25 years. Troy was born in Paulsboro, New Jersey to Elmer & Saundra Holloway. He is the seventh out of nine children.

He grew up within his family and community’s grass roots. Troy has been actively involved within his community for a very long time. He served as a D.J. for block parties, birthday parties, and political functions. In the late 1980s, Troy met the late George Woods of WDAS Radio and worked as his driver. One day George showed Troy how to work the board in the studio and from there Troy took flight becoming a radio disc jockey. He worked at several radio stations to include WNJC 1360 AM, WURD 900 AM, internet radio, and a couple other stations.

Troy is also a church goer. He learned how to play the piano and organ for churches in the community. Through Al Heller of the Good Timers Club, he broke racial barriers by appearing on television marching in the Mummers Parade. Troy worked with politicians such as former state representative Andrew Carn, former Mayor John Street, former Congressman Bob Brady, and others.

Troy is a family man who resides in North Philly. He is a father of four children, Amie, Stephen, Shantae, and India, and one stepdaughter, Tyana. He also has four grandchildren.

The Honorable Thomasine Tynes

Ms Tynes was the Philadelphia traffic court’s first female, African-American president judge, elected in 1989 and retiring in 2012.   During her career she received numerous awards and accolades and was elevated to the ceremonial post as president of the court.    She spent most of her career as a bookkeeper and she also served as the director of a major senior living center.

The Morning Show with Troy Baylor and the Hon Thomasine Tynes, brought to you by Meacham & Prioleau Funeral Home, 215-220-6880 or online at meachemprioleau.com

and by Constantly Caring Home Care, 215-929-8989 or online at constantlycaring.com