Amos 'n' Andy was one of the most successful Old Time Radio Comedy programs lasting over 34 years. Freeman Gosden and Charles Correl starred as Amos Jones and Andrew H. Brown. Starting in 1926 and 1927 as the "Sam 'n' Henry" show, then renamed in 1928 as Amos 'n' Andy, they went on to incredible success and popularity. During the Great Depression, their audiences reached epic proportions in part due to their common, average Joe approach.
Tune in to hear radio's Amos 'N' Andy, the most popular radio series of all time. Join the comedic duo of Freeman Gosden & Charles Correll as Amos Jones and Andrew H. Brown, two Harlem residents who owned the Fresh Air Taxi company -- so called because their taxicab had no windshield!
Amos 'n' Andy was the most popular series in the history of broadcasting. Created by Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll, the legendary series originated as radio's first dramatic serial, was later reborn as a situation comedy and finally as a disc jockey series.
Amos 'n' Andy, radio's all-time most popular series, dominated American broadcasting for a third of a century. Laugh again with their superb supporting cast, including Ernestine Wade as Sapphire, Amanda Randolph as Mama and Johnny Lee as Algonquin J. Calhoun.