Longtime Memphis radio DJ, Captain Curtis Lee, has died - WLOX.com - The News for South Mississippi

Longtime Memphis radio DJ, Captain Curtis Lee, has died

(WMC-TV) –The Action News 5 newsroom learned that longtime Memphis radio deejay Captain Curtis Lee has died.

We understand he passed on Wednesday.

Captain Curtis Lee was a deejay at WDIA and also hosted Blues at Sunrise on Soul Classics.

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