Will Burney

Producer / On-Air Host

Will Burney is a Texas State Graduate with a Bachelor’s in Mass Communications. He began his career in Houston working as a sound mixer for commercials and films, as well as a photographer. In 2016, he began working in Waco on the Texas Music Cafe handling marketing, editing, and producing feature segments. In his spare time, he enjoys long walks on the beach and his fluffy black cat named Bear. 

Will Burney

Even if the legislature gives educators an across-the-board pay raise, as some leaders have suggested, teachers in many rural districts will still rank far behind their urban and suburban counterparts.

Fiona Bond talks with Carlos Colon and Lori Baker about how the arts can be a toolkit to help in all of life's endeavors.

"His Love Bubbles Over in My Soul" by the previous unknown Ruth Beck Singers will make you smile all day.

For decades, the Windy City Four have popularized the glorious jubilee-styled harmonies of Gospel's Golden Age.

The Original Blind Boys of Mississippi's Archie Brownlee was the greatest soulful shouter gospel music ever produced.

"His Love Flows Through Me Like a River" is the legendary Paul Leka's attempt to create a gospel-inflected classic.

The Light of the World Choir's self-produced LP features one great song - "Set Your Affection on Things Above"

Bonita Cantrell was one of hundreds of sweet-voiced gospel artists who were released by the quirky Nashboro label

The too-short life of gospel legend Lula Collins left us a legacy of hard-rockin', sanctified gospel music.

Cancer is the leading cause of death in nearly half of U.S. states due in large part to a decline in deaths from heart disease. 

If you've never heard it, LaVern Baker's lone gospel LP is worth seeking out.

Hospital volunteers are a diverse group of men and women of all ages who perform a wide range of functions.

If given the choice, would you spend your time striving for health or wealth?

The Morning Stars of Savannah prove that you can never have too many gospel songs about momma.

For years, virtually every segment of our economy has embraced consumerism except healthcare...until recently.