The Call To True Beauty returned for February on Wednesday February 4 at 6pm as we celebrated Valentine's Day a little early by talking about how to practice healthy dating. Do you know the difference between dating and courting? What expectations do you have when you go on a date, versus your date's expectations?
Call To True Beauty Host Daphne Walker was joined by Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, Lincensed Psychologist and Director of the Counseling Center at Clark Atlanta University. They talked about it and took your calls.
Throughout February you can count on WCLK to bring you some of the very best programming depicting the African American journey in America. Black History Month Programming on WCLK is made possible in part by our friends at Mercedes Benz of Buckhead.
Each day on WCLK you will hear short vignettes about African Americans who have contributed significantly to the fabric of our society and world.
Featured vignettes for the last week of February are as follows:
Click here for the Jazz 91.9 WCLK Jazzette, January Issue – Inside: General Manager’s Message; WCLK Commemorative T-shirt Design Contest; CAU Queens Community Service Project; programming highlights; live music and events; Jazz Profile and CD Poll results; and, more…
Legendary Torch Song Jazz Vocalist Nancy Wilson is one of several artists highlighted on Sherrie Maricle's all-female jazz orchestra Diva's new record A Swingin' Life. WCLK PD Aaron Cohen seems to be getting a few good big band records in recently and he just can't resist giving them a few spins on the station, especially during Serenade To The City. Other vocalists featured on A Swingin' Life include Marlena Shaw and Tomoko Ohno.
Did you know you can donate your used car to Jazz 91.9 WCLK and help support public radio jazz music in Atlanta? Turn your used vehicle into valuable radio programming for the entire community. We'll take cars, trucks, vans, RV's, boats if they are on a trailer, and motorcycles that are running.
Donating is easy! Just call 1 (888) 448-3925. A representative will explain all the details, including the possibility of same-day service.
From WCLK General Manager Wendy Williams--Yolanda Reynolds always loved working with WCLK and we loved working with her. She was the first to launch our popular radio talk show Atlanta Profiles with leading dignitaries and business leaders. She knew so many people. Most know her from her work with the Who’s Who Publishing Company. But most of all Yolanda Reynolds was best known for her warmth and graciousness. She is a truly beautiful spirit that is now soaring.
Wayne Shorter is considered by many to be jazz music's greatest living improvisor. He is a composer and saxophonist whose stints in Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers and Miles Davis' legendary quintet has cast an influence over jazz's past, present and future. The Dave Liebman Big Band, under the direction of sax man Gunnar Mossblad interprets seven of Shorter's iconic compositions on A Tribute To Wayne Shorter. Hear it exclusively on WCLK, including during Serenade To The City Mon-Fri 10p-2a with WCLK PD Aaron Cohen.
The Local Take with Kiplyn Primus focuses on issues and personalities that work across our community. Join us Saturday morning at 7a for a special edition of The Local Take as Kiplyn talks about the state of our city with community leaders including Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell, Dekalb County Interim CEO Lee May, and Fulton County Commission Chairman John Eaves. Community news and information that matters to you, exclusively on WCLK.