Join WCLK Friday at 5pm for Friday Jazz At The High Museum as we kick off our 40th Anniversary celebration. Jamal Ahmad is your host and The Laura Coyle Quintet is the live entertainment. Your museum admission gains admission to the Friday Jazz, as WCLK begins our year long celebration in recognition of the day in April, 1974 we went on the air bringing Jazz to Atlanta. So skip the Friday traffic jam and join Atlanta's Jazz Station for the celebration.
Stay outta that traffic jam and swing by Atlanta's High Museum for the latest edition of Friday Jazz At The High. This month's event features the Steve Dancz Sextet and your emcee Jamal Ahmad. You can stroll current exhibits in the Wieland Pavillion Galleries and get your live jazz on at the same time.
Mace Hibbard dropped by WCLK today and talked for a while with Riva Blue about Friday Night's Friday Jazz At The High Museum performance, beginning at 5pm. Y0u can beat the traffic, swing hard to some mainstream jazz and take in The Girl With The Pearl Earring. Get your Vermeer on and hear Grammy Award Winning Saxophonist Hibbard, playing with Melvin Jones on trumpet, Louis Heriveaux on piano, Marc Miller on bass, and Marlon Patton on drums.
You can join Nicole Sweeney and Justin Chesarek for this month's edition of Friday Jazz At The High Museum. Chesarek will be joined by a hot trio for the perfect way for you to avoid the traffic jam. Catch the Dutch masterpiece paintings of the "Girl With A Pearl Earring" exhibit and fill your head with straight ahead Jazz At The High.
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Nicole Sweeney from The Midday Jazz Swing on WCLK is your host as Friday Jazz At The High for June presents the Takana Miyamoto Trio and Russell Gunn, 5p-10p Friday at Atlanta's amazing High Museum.
Takana Miyamoto is a multi award-winning, internationally acclaimed concert pianist, composer and music producer. She bases herself in USA and Japan, and has traveled and performed in 25 countries worldwide including North and South Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa.