Bobby O’Jay, a DJ for WDIA in Memphis, passed away on Tuesday morning at the age of 68.

O’Jay died on the job, according to Bev Johnson, a radio host. When O’Jay picked up the phone at 9 a.m., the radio station was playing music.
At this moment, the cause of Oger’s death is unknown.

Before joining WDIA in Memphis in 1983, he spent his early years in the radio profession in Montgomery, Alabama. In 1953, he was born in Batesville, Mississippi.
“It was thanks to Bobby O’Jay, the station’s program director and announcer, that it became the city’s most-watched morning show.”
Ogier has also been nominated for induction into the National Broadcasting Hall of Fame and will be inducted into the Tennessee Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2021. In 2018, he was also awarded by iHeartMedia Memphis.

Bobby O’Jay, a DJ for WDIA in Memphis, passed away on Tuesday morning at the age of 68.

O’Jay died on the job, according to Bev Johnson, a radio host. When O’Jay picked up the phone at 9 a.m., the radio station was playing music.
At this moment, the cause of Oger’s death is unknown.

Before joining WDIA in Memphis in 1983, he spent his early years in the radio profession in Montgomery, Alabama. In 1953, he was born in Batesville, Mississippi.
“It was thanks to Bobby O’Jay, the station’s program director and announcer, that it became the city’s most-watched morning show.”
Ogier has also been nominated for induction into the National Broadcasting Hall of Fame and will be inducted into the Tennessee Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2021. In 2018, he was also awarded by iHeartMedia Memphis.