Meet the Team
The Love Doctor
Inspired by early music legends, Everton McDonald ( The Love Doctor ) started his Vinyl record collection in 1962 when he became Stereo Monitor in high school where he would play music for his schoolmates at nights before lights out at bedtime. After leaving high school he started playing at parties as the DJ of Soul Train and Playboys Disco. Upon migrating to New York he continued his vinyl collection and established a Sound System called Soul To Soul Super Supreme. He did a stint as guest DJ on an AM radio station. He took to the internet where he streamed music for a while and now he is back at it again to do the thing he loves to do best, playing his music for the enjoyment of others. Listen to him in TheLoveZone. His music selection is guaranteed to please even the most discerning listener.
Leonie The Lioness
My grandmother recognized my intense passion for music when I bought my first record at 9 years old. For my 11th birthday my grandmother bought me a Phillips record player and since then I kept collecting records. My first taste as a DJ came in 2002 in Florida when 4 women were asked to play for "Soul Sunday" and for me that taste developed into a craving and here I am years later living the passion. I love all genres of music but I am a Soul/R&B girl. Come see and hear me in TheLoveZone.
My childhood introduction to jazz and calypso music played on vinyl by my Uncle Joe molded my musical appreciation and love for the piano, saxophone and drums. I inherited my Uncle’s vinyl record collection that cemented my insatiable appetite for good music in all genres. I also cherish my early impressionable exposure to classical music, gospel music, Jamaican radio and juke box music and Winston Blake Merritone Music. As a music appreciation student the Love Zone Music team is a great fit in my musical journey.
Ronald McDonald (RonnieG) has been involved in collecting music from an early age. At age 16 he and his brother built their first audio amplifier for their sound system. In the late seventies he got involved with Spectrum Disc where he played a major role in moving them forward into the "Big People" music arena. He and his twin brother migrated to the USA and built a recording studio which later became the center for Reggae Music in New York "HC&F". Ronnie is now back in Jamaica where he and his brother are currently involved in a music production company "PSEG" which is producing a Reggae show for a local radio station. Ronnie sees TheLoveZone as an avenue to continue his passion, “a love for music”.