The ongoing coverage of the incidents in Ferguson, MO surrounding Mike Brown has moved to day 11 since his untimely death, but unfortunately, it is not the only case that is still creating waves across […]
The reality of the continued protesting & uproar nationally coming from a St. Louis suburb, Ferguson, is that there are still so many unanswered questions. Questions surrounding who the officer was that ultimately shot and […]
This past weekend, one news story broke that is the forefront of America’s mind, especially in the urban community, another African-American unarmed youth found shot & killed. An 18 year old, college bound, Michael “Mike” Brown […]
Today’s show was centered upon an idea that America has had for decades, “Will there ever be peace in the Middle East?” The late rapper, Tupac Shakur had a line in “Changes” that even spoke […]
Georgia native Jason Aldean returns to Atlanta for his 2014 “Burn it Down Tour” this weekend. Mark Owens had a chance to catch up with the Grammy Winning Country Superstar and talked about his love […]
We want to thank Pastor Donnie McClurkin for coming on the Sidney Wood Show today. He came on to talk about his new album “Duets” which is available for purchase online and in retail stores. […]
Carl Dukes has put together another song. This one is about the Falcons’ let down this season. Carl is convinced this season is over. Nothing the Falcons’ can do can save the season, especially playing […]
LeBron was without his signature headband last night, sparking the Heat’s 4th Quarter run. Now there’s a song about it.
92-9 The Game and the Atlanta Hawks announced their historic partnership today. We started things off with a goosebump-inducing “History of the Hawks” promo. Hear it here now:
LL Cool J came in studio with Gametime today to discuss his concert tonight at the Fox Theatre, what sports his kids play, and who he likes in tonight’s Heat vs Pacers game.