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.
WCLK is finishing out our fiscal year and we need your help to start next year with a solid foundation. Call Pledge Central at 404-880-9255 beginning Friday Morning, June 3 during Morning Jazz. Make a sound investment and make your commitment to keeping Jazz Public Radio alive in Atlanta.
You can make a one time pledge or become a sustaining member, with whatever amount works for your budget deducted from an account of your choosing each month.
Tenor Saxophonist Kamasi Washington's new release Epic is just that, a three-cd set of music that ranges from Debussy to Cherokee and back again, featuring his band Next Step, an orchestra, and a choir. You can hear this great new release throughout the day on WCLK, specifically his re-interpretation of the jazz standard Cherokee, featuring vocals from Patrice Quinn. WCLK PD Aaron Cohen is playing this one a lot overnight on Serenade To The City.
Back 2 Love marks Grammy Award Winning Vocalist Maysa Leak's 20th year as a solo artist. Maysa calls the new release "the perfect summer record." WCLK PD Aaron Cohen is adding it to WCLK at various times throughout the day, including during Serenade To The City Mon-Fri 10p-2a.
You can purchase Back 2 Love via Amazon on the link below and a portion of the proceeds will go to the continued non-commercial operation of 91.9 WCLK, Atlanta's Jazz Station. Thanks.
Human Sex Trafficking - Child Sex Trafficking- what do these terms really mean? We’ll discuss this and our city’s reputation as the #1 market for human sex trafficking in the world. WCLK engages our community by shining a light and offering possible solutions Saturday at 7a on The Lcoal Take with Kiplyn Primus.
This program is an on-air preview of the Sunday, May 31 WCLK Local Take men only event on Human Sex Trafficking at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
JaQuitta Williams returns Wednesday May 20 at 6pm with the May edition of Your Health Connection on WCLK. Our topic? The Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University. Their researchers and professors are charged with solving the terrible scourge of prostate cancer, and also training the next generation of African American biologists.
WCLK recommends the Inaugural West End Music + Art Festival Sunday May 17 at The Wren's Nest in Atlanta's Historic West End. In addition to a performance by the Dangerfeel Newbies, featuring WCLK's Jamal Ahmad and Mark Angel, artists include Lonnie Liston Smith, Billal, Kipper Jones, Rhonda Thomas, Carmen Rodgers, MC Spectrac and Audio Wolf.