About Donnie McClurkin

The Future Of Gospel & Urban Radio


The three-time Grammy winner, Donnie McClurkin, known worldwide for his powerful and rich vocal delivery has proven that he is far more than a gospel singer. The man behind the multi-platinum and gold-selling CD(s) is an amazing songwriter that have penned chart topping tunes like, “Stand” and “We Fall Down,” and have also worn the hat of producer on his projects.  His knack for nailing songs that others can identify with has helped McClurkin to carve out a spot in the hearts of millions.


Besides being one of the best-selling Gospel recording artists in the history of the genre, for eight years he has hosted The Donnie McClurkin Show, which draws over 5 million listeners in 60 plus markets  including the International reach in London, Jamaica and The Bahamas.  T&T Creative produced award-winning Donnie McClurkin Show, syndicated by Oceanic Tradewinds/Westwood One, sent a shockwave throughout the entire radio industry with historic results in two of the nation’s biggest radio markets, New York and Philadelphia by snagging the #1 spot!   TDMS is also rated #1 in the highly coveted 25-54 age demographic and ranking high in the Top 19 radio markets in the country.


On the film and television side  McClurkin penned songs for soundtracks such as, “Lady Killer’s” (New Line), “The Prince of Egypt” (DreamWorks) and “The Goofy Movie” (Disney).  From the concert stage to the big and small screen, fans have also seen the singer shine in cameo appearances show such as the “The Parkers”, “Girlfriends”, “Meet The Browns” (Tyler Perry Paramount Pictures, “The Fighting Temptations” starring Cuba Gooding, Jr and Beyonce’ Knowles and a myriad of Award Shows. However, it was in Sony Screen Gems/ Rainforest Films “The Gospel,” starring Boris Kodjoe and Idris Elba, that McClurkin made his debut in a character role.  He has been featured on the pages of USA Today, New York Times, Essence Magazine, Ebony & Jet Magazines, Billboard, Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. There is definitely far more to this man than his music .