(LOS ANGELES) — If you hear the words, “Watch Out Deh Now,” then you know that it’s more than a heed to action, but rather the trademark catcall for funnyman and radio personality J. Anthony Brown.  Well, if you want to hear more witty banter from Brown, then you’re in luck. The comedian just launched the J. Anthony Brown Radio Show on the weekends: two hours of comedy, counting down Billboard’s weekly top Urban AC hits with lots of comedy, pop culture, sketches and interviews, plus his famous “murdered hits” song parodies. 

The syndicated radio show debuted the weekend of June 6, 2015, and can be heard in more than 10 markets. They are Houston, Texas (KOCH 1230 AM); Tampa, Fla. (WTMP 1150 AM); Grand Rapids, Mich. (WYGR-FM and WYGR 1530 AM); Toledo, Ohio (WIMX 95.7 FM); Youngstown, Ohio (WHTX 1570 AM); Lake Charles, La., (KZWA/104.9 FM); Monroe, La. (KJMG 97.3 FM); Valdosta, Ga. (WHLJ/97.5 FM and WHLJ 1400 AM); Muscle Shoals, Ala. (WMXV 101.5 FM) and the U.S. Virgin Islands, (WUVI 1090 AM).

The show can also be heard via the iHeart Radio app at the Accelerated Radio Network at Listen to the premiere show at

And speaking of “murdering a hit,” listen to “When a Man Becomes a Woman,” a song parody about Caitlyn Jenner, on Brown’s YouTube channel at 

About the J. Anthony Brown Radio Show | the team

The J. Anthony Brown Radio Show is the brainchild of veteran radio executive Sandra Smith, who’s also in the driver’s seat, handling affiliate sales and co-executive producer duties of the show. Prior to this gig, Smith served eight years as the senior director of affiliate relations for Radio One and Reach Media, affiliating such top-rated, syndicated radio shows as the Tom Joyner Morning Show, the Rickey Smiley Morning Show, and the D.L. Hughley Show. In that capacity, she worked with more than 200 stations, and their audience of 15 million listeners per week. She also enjoyed a distinguished career in the music industry, holding various senior management positions in the urban promotions departments at Capital Records, Motown Records and Atlantic Records, respectively. Brown also tapped Niele Anderson as co-executive producer; plus, his co-host of the radio show. Formerly, Anderson served as a Radio One on-air personality and producer as well as KDAY-FM in Los Angeles. She’s also the former religion editor of the Los Angeles Sentinel, the largest African American newspaper West of the Mississippi. When she’s not on the air with Brown, Anderson is managing Brown’s comedy club, the J Spot Comedy Club, and keeping her finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the world of comedy.

For celebrity interviews and affiliate relations, contact Sandra Smith at 310.528.5322 and

A staple on the nationally-syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show (TJMS) for more than 10 years now, Brown will continue to be one of the voices that wake up millions of radio listeners in more than 100 markets. And when he’s not on the air, he’s touring the country as a stand-up comic, and tickling the funny bones of many from one comedy club to another.  

Brown is a household name because of his work on tv, film and radio. He’s guest-starred on such sit-coms as  “The Rickey Smiley Show,” “Like Family,”  “The Parkers,” “Livin’ Single,” “Martin,” “Moesha,” and “The Hughleys. On the big screen, his credits include “XXX: State of the Union” with Samuel L. Jackson and Ice Cube; “Mr. 3000” with Bernie Mac; “Drumline” with Nick Cannon; and “How to Be a Player” with Bill Bellamy. 

With more than 30 years of comedy under his belt, Brown is also the only African American owner and operator of a comedy club in Los Angeles. The J. Spot offers live comedy, featuring some of your favorite comics from “Comedy Central,” “Def Comedy Jam” and “Comic View,”  including such headliners as Don DC Curry, Earthquake, George Wallace, Sommore, Sheryl Underwood and Faizon  Love – just to name a few.

For more information about Brown, visit his website at

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A Little More About J. Anthony Brown

As luck would have it, the South Carolina native began his career in entertainment by accident after relocating to 

Atlanta in 1972. He was pursuing a career as a clothing designer, and found himself $316 short of tuition money. To raise some funds, Brown visited a local club and entered a gong show contest.  The one-time tailor was asked back to the venue, and later transformed it into a city hot spot as word of his natural wit traveled quickly. And as they say, the rest is history. 

Brown later left Atlanta for Hollywood, landing a job as head staff writer for the ground-breaking, Emmy-winning late night talk show, “The Arsenio Hall Show.” Other writing credits include the “Tom Joyner TV Show,” “Steve Harvey’s Big Time,” “Me and the Boys,” and “The Parent ‘Hood.”

In addition to his other television credits mentioned above, Brown hosted two consecutive seasons of  BET’s “Comic View,” as well as performances on “Def Jam,” “It’s Showtime at the Apollo” and “Evening at the Improv.” 


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