Comedian Rudy Rush has been tapped to replace the late Doug Banks on afternoon radio.
AlwaysAList.com reported on April 11 that Banks died from after a long battle with Diabetes at age 57.
Now Rush, the former host of “Showtime at the Apollo,” will take over the time period for the syndication company American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) according to Radio Facts. AURN and its partner Superadio have not formally announced the deal.
Rudy Rush, DeDe McGuire & Doug Banks
The 42-year-old funny man previously worked with Banks for eight years on both his syndicated morning show and afternoon drive show.