"The Gospel Messenger"

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Angier Johnson

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Angier Johnson, "The Gospel Messenger," has served as the Sunday Morning Gospel announcer for Montgomery's WVAS-FM 90.7 since 1995.  WVAS-FM 90.7 is an 80,000 watts station canvassing some 26 Alabama counties.  Johnson's five-hour special blend of contemporary, traditional and vintage inspiration, along with her rich on-air style, garners her high ratings and makes her show a favorite among the Capital City's Sunday worshipers and internet surfers.


Before the talented lady of praise was tapped as the WVAS Sunday Morning Gospel host, she had previous broadcast stints at WSFU-FM in Union Springs and WAPZ-AM 1250 in Wetumpka, Alabama. Her influence extends beyond the listener level. When away from the airwaves, Johnson serves as a Public Information Manager and works in state government service. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management from Faulkner University in her hometown of Montgomery.


Johnson is active in numerous community outreach efforts both through WVAS-FM and her those hosted by her sisters of the Psi Lambda Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and lends herself to many boards and committees. She has been tapped with several nominations such as the Stellar Awards, GMWA Crystal Mic, Rhythm of Gospel and was the recipient of the 2008 Universal Sisters - Everyday Super Hero Award, 2010 Alabama Broadcasters' (ABBY) Merit Award for Best Radio Promo for Vintage Gospel, 2011 Alabama Peoples Choice Awards - Gospel Announcer of the Year, named SouthEast Small Business Magazine's 2012 Montgomery's Top Most Influential Women, 2015 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Psi Lambda Zeta Chapter's Trailblazer Award. 


An active member of the United Christian Church where she serves as a Deacon. After a 9-year breast cancer survivorship, Johnson insists that spending time with the two men in her life, sons Caleb and Peyton, family, to include her first grand, Ashlynn - is a constant reminder of what is important. Johnson counts her blessings to have served 25-years in radio. When asked what drives her, Johnson responds, in her trademark melodic voice: "I receive my greatest pleasure serving God." Angier Johnson unquestionably is a servant of the airwaves with a true servant's heart!