[This article by David Lindquist appears on the website of the Indianapolis Star. Photo by Frank Espich of the Star.]
Al Hobbs may be a household name in Indianapolis because of a high-profile tenure at radio station WTLC that began in 1970 and ended in 1993.
Gospel music listeners know Hobbs for recordings he made leading the Indianapolis Mass Choir in the 1980s, plus dozens of albums other artists made for his Aleho label between 1992 and 2003.
Hobbs -- who graduated from Central High School in Louisville, Ky., as a classmate of Muhammad Ali -- has been a key player for decades at Indiana Black Expo's Summer Celebration and Circle City Classic events.
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