Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre for our 40th Anniversary Gala Event and also the George Benson concert that took place afterwards.
Click here for a slideshow of photos taken during the Gala dinner and special intimate performance featuring Diane Reeves. Click here for a slideshow of photos taken during the George Benson performance.
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Jamal Ahmad is your emcee as Atlanta's High Museum of Art welcomes keyboardist Louis Herriveaux for the May edition of Friday Jazz At The High, May 16 from 5p until 10p. Admission to Friday Jazz is free with your admission to the museum. You can beat the traffic, take in the High's latest exhibits, including the last week of Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door, and dig jazz music from Louis Herriveaux. We don't think there is a better way to spend a Friday evening.
Louis Herriveaux and High Museum's Jessica Joris stopped by WCLK to talk about it with Jamal:
The Black Women's Agenda Inc., in partnership with AARP, will host the Because We Care Forum on Saturday, May 17 at the Greater Smith Chapel A.M.E. Church at 183 Mayson Ave, NE Atlanta GA 30307.
This event is designed to provide resources to caregivers, and will take place from 9a until 1p on Saturday. It will feature health, financial and legal experts sharing caregiving resources. The event will also focus on how families can prepare for caregiving, when the time arises.
WCLK PD and Serenade To The City Host Aaron Cohen is adding the debut record from Letizia Gambi. Introducing Letizia Gambi is produced by Lenny White and features a who's who of Jazz greats, including Gato Barbieri, Ron Carter, Chick Corea, Gil Goldstein, Wallace Roney, Patrice Rushen, and White.
"Lenny White and Letizia Gambi have created the hippest musical address in Naples; at the intersection of Neapolitan music and jazz."