DreDay started his radio career taking over the airwaves as a morning show host at his college radio station at Bethune-Cookman University where the city quickly fell in love with his engaging and charismatic personality. After graduating college, DreDay established himself as a DreDay started his radio career taking over the airwaves as a morning show host at his college radio station at Bethune-Cookman University where the city quickly fell in love with his engaging and charismatic personality. After graduating college, DreDay established himself as a dominant radio personality and DJ in his hometown of Orlando on Power 95.3 and STAR 94.5. You could always find DreDay out in the city rocking Orlando’s hottest nightclubs or bringing the party to school pep rallies within central Florida. With a new home at 105.1 The Block, DreDay is excited to bring his high energy and electric personality to Tuscaloosa. You’ll be sure to see him out around west Alabama smiling and having a good time behind the turntables or in the crowd!
[Photos] Chris Stapleton Rocks the Stage in Pelham, Alabama
Concert season is in full swing in the Yellowhammer State. On Friday, Sept. 17, one of the most anticipated concerts of the year came to Alabama.
Spiller Furniture in Tuscaloosa, Alabama Organizes Hurricane Ida Relief for Louisiana Vict…
Spiller Furniture and Mattress and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa are teaming up to provide relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Ida in Louisiana.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama Mediterranean Restaurant and Hookah Lounge Announces Permanent Closure
The news came in a post on the establishment's Facebook page, though no specific reason for the abrupt closure was given.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama Police Searching For Missing 14-Year-Old Girl
The Tuscaloosa Police Department is searching for a missing 14-year-old girl after she was last seen at Northridge High School.
West Alabama Wholesale To Host Back To School Drive For Schools in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Now that classes have officially begun, many believe that all back-to-school events are too. A local business is doing something special for two local schools. Now that classes have officially begun, many believe that all back-to-school events are too. A local business is doing something special for…
Group Announces Plans for Civil Rights Museum and Learning Center in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
It’s no secret that Tuscaloosa has a lot of history tied to the Civil Rights Movement. This organization wants to make sure we don’t forget that history.
Tuscaloosa Mom Seeks Justice, Remembers Daughters Killed in Crash
On June 6, 2016, Latrice Parler learned of the tragic passing of her two daughters, Jayla Parler and Niomi James.
District One Litter Cleanup Event Happening In Tuscaloosa
Here's a great community service opportunity and a great way to serve Tuscaloosa. The City Of Tuscaloosa is hosting a roadside cleanup event this weekend.
Tuscaloosa Native Makes History Becoming Sickle Cell Free [Video]
A Tuscaloosa man is officially Sickle Cell-free after being the first in Alabama to successfully take part in a haploidentical half match bone marrow transplant
Spread The Word: More Than A March is Saturday
Lit music, guest speakers, prizes, and education on voting! You can only get it ar one event. Join 105.1 the Block, The Tuscaloosa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the Croom Foundation at Jaycee Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 27th, 2020 from 11a-1p for More Than a March. This w…