The Quiet Storm with Joyce Littel

Mon-Thu, Sun: 10PM

Celebrity… Entrepreneur… Visionary!

These are just a few words that merely come close to the defined greatness of Joyce Littel.

Joyce serves as the visionary and CEO of Littel Concepts, LLC – a premier entertainment and promotions firm located in Atlanta, GA. Joyce has organized special events for BET, BETJ Lyric Café, Jason Lary Presents, Ken Ford, The 100 Black Men of DeKalb, The Rainbow Push Coalition, Commissioner Stan Watson, Big Bethel Village and Maggie Russel Towers (Senior Living Facilities), Moonlight Cruises, Little Management Group and Forest Lodge Event Center.  Signature Littel events include: A Holiday Affair Concert, ATL’s Baddest Chicks, Got Word? Youth Poetry Slam, Passion & Poetry, Poetic Moments LIVE and Relationship Conversations. In 2010, Joyce launched her very own Home Girl Concert Series featuring exclusive concerts and events tailored specifically for Joyce’s hometown of Athens, GA. In 2016, Joyce and her family formed Little Management Group, LLC and became the facility managers of the Forest Lodge Event Center in Athens, GA.

Currently, Joyce hosts a Saturday morning show on V103 called “Saturday Throwbacks” from 6am-10am; and she hosts “Love & Relationships” talk show on 1380 WAOK, Sunday afternoon from 4pm-6pm.

As a 30-year veteran in the industry of radio, Joyce Littel has undoubtedly set a standard of excellence through the longevity of her career. For 20 of those years, she hosted the top-ranked nighttime shows in Atlanta, the Quiet Stormand Love & Relationships, both heard on The People’s Station, V-103 and nationally syndicated show “Autoscoop” with Adam Goldfien.

As a respected voice in entertainment, Joyce Littel reigns with honor and accolades. Rolling Out Magazine has deemed her one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Atlanta, and she is listed regularly as a Who’s Who in Black Atlanta. She most recently received The Trailblazers Award from the City of Stockbridge, Georgia in which she lives and her Commissioner, Bruce Holmes awarded her an Image Award at his Commissioner’s Ball.

She has held memberships with the Coalition of 100 Black Women of Metro Atlanta, the Black Women’s Investment Club, the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW), the National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment (NABFEME), and her beloved sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Her service has also extended to the successful organization of benefit concerts for her Alma Mater, Morris Brown College; the National Council of Negro Women of DeKalb County.

She is married to James H. Jackson and has three children: James H. Jackson, III, Khimberly Jackson and Jamal C. Jackson. She is also the grandmother of three.