Jerome "J" Myles Sr.

Music Director,Website Coordinator

jmyles@alcorn.edu
601-877-6595

Jerome E. Myles, Sr. is the Gospel Music Director for WPRL 91.7 FM "The Gold" Radio Station. He is a native of Natchez, Mississippi, He is a 1979 graduate of North Natchez High School in Natchez, Mississippi. Jerome attended Natchez College where he graduated in 1982 with Associate of Arts in Music and Communications.

Jerome has been fortunate to receive several awards. Most Influential Person in Natchez, Mississippi 1998; State Wide Gospel Announcer of The Year at the 27th Annual Gospel Music Awards in Jackson, Mississippi 2005;Resolution Award from the Mayor and Board of Alderman in the City of Natchez 2005; Best Underwriting Commercial 2005.

Jerome is the son of Ruth Norbitt, Carrie B. Myles and the late Rev. James P. Myles of Natchez, Mississippi. He is married to the former Elizabeth Benjamin of Pattison, Mississippi and the father of four children Jerome, Jr., Derrick, Devyn, Kobe and Tyler.

WPRL 91.7 FM is proud to announce a new program to their daily programming.  The new program is called The Inspirational Mintue, featuring the Rev. Tara J. Hayes.  She is the Director of the Alcorn State University Wesley Foundation. She holds a B. A. in English from Millsaps College in Jackson, MS and a M.Div. from Gammon Theoogical Seminary at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, GA.  She is a Provisional Elder in the United Methodist Church.

The ASU Braves "6 Times Eastern Divison Champs" will host their "Second SWAC Championship Game" on Saturday December 7 here on the campus @ Spinks-Casem Stadium pre-Game 2:30 Game-Time 3 pm. The Braves will face Southern University Jags for a second time they defeated the Jaguars 27-13 earlier this season.

CONGRATUALTIONS ASU BRAVES 6 Times Eastern Division Champs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Coach Brett Richardson,The ASU Braves # 3 seed from the East will take on the # 2 seed from the West The Grambling State Tigers on Wednesday pre-game 8:45am, 9am game time in New Orleans La. Join Charles The Voice Of The Braves Edmond for all the play-by-play on WPRL 91.7 FM, on-line @ wprl.org.

The Alcorn Lady Braves Softball Team is the # 3 seed in the East and they will face the #2 seed team in the West Prairie View on Wednesday at noon from The Barbara Williams Softball Complex on the campus of Alabama State University.  Charles The Voice Of The Braves Edmond will bring you all the play by play on WPRL 91.7 FM, on-line at wprl.org. GO LADY BRAVES GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

Alcorn State University will be tthe First School to host the SWAC Championship game on it's campus Saturday Dec.1 at 3:30 Spinks-Casem Stadium. The ASU Braves your 5 times Eastern Division Champs will take on the Western Division Champs The Southern University Jaguars. GO BRAVES GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

LORMAN, Miss. – A dominant second half secured the fifth straight SWAC East Division crown for the Alcorn State University football program as the Braves defeated Jackson State 24-3 Saturday in the Soul Bowl on Senior Day. With the win, the Braves (8-3, 6-1 SWAC) wrapped-up home field advantage for the SWAC Championship. It will be the first-ever SWAC Championship game at a host institution.

Coach Fred McNair took his radio show on the road to Vicksburg,Ms the location was The Next Level Sports Grill. There he talked about the upcoming JSU game.Listen to "Nov 12 Fred McNair Radio show from "The Next Level Restaurant" in Vicksburg" on Spreaker.

The ASU Braves did it again playing the spoilers  by defeating the Panthers of Prairie View A&M.

Listen to "Oct 27,2018 Alcorn@Pvu Broadcast" on Spreaker.

The ASU Braves took care of the G-Men on Saturday in a Thrilling Victory here at Spinks-Casem Stadium.

Listen to "Oct 20 Alcorn Vs Grambling Broadcast" on Spreaker.

The ASU Braves got a "Big Win" over the G-Men of Grambling State University on Saturday here at Spinks-Casem Stadium on the ASU campus after 4 yrs of being defeated by the G-Men they finally got it done. 

Listen to "Grambling Vs Alcorn 4th quarter" on Spreaker.

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