Natalie Cole called in to Midday Jazz on WCLK to talk with Rivablue. They discussed her upcoming June 26 Appearance at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre on behalf of 91.9 WCLK. They also talked about ignoring the critics, her recent foray into Latin music, and the fact that WCLK listeners and members who are going to the concert better be ready for a lot of songs from her long history in music.
Bluey from Incognito dropped by Midday Jazz with Rivablue today in advance of tonight's performance at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center, to show his support for 91.9 WCLK during our Spring Membership Campaign.
You can show the Power of One by calling Pledge Central at 404-880-8807, or clicking here to become a member online safely and securely.
Incognito returns to the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center Thursday, March 26 at 8pm on their Amplified Soul Tour. This time around the band is re-joined by Maysa. Special guests includ Khari Cabral Simmons and Chatae Cann Tickets are still available, and can be purchased by clicking here.
Maysa checked in with Jamal Ahmad during The Soul of Jazz to show her support for WCLK's Spring Membership Campaign and talk about her work with Incognito.
The Dave Koz Christmas Tour 2014 helps kick off the Atlanta Holiday Season Wednesday night, December 3 at one of the South's best jazz venues, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. The 2014 Dave Koz and Friends Christmas tour will feature Koz along with three special guests: Jonathan Butler, who has earned accolades in the R&B, contemporary jazz and gospel fields, plus two artists who are new to the run – GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter Christopher Cross, known for such Top 10 hits as “Sailing,” “Ride Like the Wind” and “Arthur’s Theme (Best That You C
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.
It's not too late to be there for tonight's Jazz Roots event at Cobb Energy Peforming Arts Centre, featuring Take Six, Kirk Whalum, Nnena Freelon, Clint Holmes, The Clark Atlanta University Band and Singers and the Ebenezer Church Choir. They will be celebrating the diverse stylings of Albany Georgia's Ray Charles.
In addition to a special serenade by Dianne Reeves, the Jazz Legacy Gala includes dinner and tributes. Ticket purchase to the Gala includes a ticket to the George Benson Concert. Reserve your table seats by clicking here.
Jazz 91.9 WCLK Atlanta’s Jazz Station celebrates its 40th Anniversary with a very special evening performance, Give Me the Night with George Benson on Friday, May 9, 8:00 p.m. at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta.
Redefining the world of music by garnering the first platinum Jazz album, Benson builds a connection with audiences through his iconic guitar riffs and compelling vocals. The Jazz 91.9 WCLK 40th Anniversary Benefit Concert will feature trademark hits, classics and songs from Benson’s new album, Inspiration.
Join WCLK at Thursday night's Jazz Roots Presented By Kia Series concert featuring Aaron Neville and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band.
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band incorporates Funk and Bebop into the traditional New Orleans style, extending the music from the Big Easy into the 21st century. Multi-Grammy winner Aaron Neville has moved seamlessly back and forth between solo work and his role in the first family of New Orleans music, the Neville Brothers. Come join us for a 40-year celebration of this master's career.
From Jamal Ahmad, who hosted this edition of WCLK's ongoing Jazz Education series. "...Had a wonderful time hosting the Jazz Roots educational series this morning at North Atlanta High School w/ legendary South African singer/guitarist, Jonathan Butler! It was so inspiring to see him jam with a quartet that was comprised of students! They jammed Charlie Parker's "Now is the time" and Stanley Turrentine's "Sugar" and even played a traditional South African tune with him! Don't count the kids out good people! There is still hope!"