Morris Baxter and Fonda Smith have your ride in to work each Monday through Friday, 6a-10a. Fonda has your news and traffic, and Morris has the music to get you ready for your day and his daily motivations to help you make the most of things. Morning Jazz with Morris In The Morning, right here on member supported 91.9 WCLK.
Multi-instrumentalist, producer and composer Brandon Williams has a new record out, called XII. You can hear various cuts on WCLK throughout the day, including during Serenade To The City with Aaron Cohen, Monday-Friday nights 10p-2a. Williams is joined on the record by such stalwarts as Robert Glasper, Nicholas Payton, Frank McComb, and Pharoahe Monch.
You can download Brandon Williams XII from Amazon and support the continued non-commerical operation of WCLK by clicking on the Amazon link below. Thank you.
WCLK celebrates the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on his national day of service by airing FOX 5 Atlanta’s live broadcast of the 47th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Service live from Ebenezer Baptist Church. WCLK coverage begins at 10am Monday following Morning Jazz with Morris Baxter.
Join Kiplyn Primus for The Local Take on WCLK Saturday morning at seven before Tavis, as we take a live, hour long look at mental illness in the community in advance of Mental Health Day at the State Capitol, coming up on Tuesday, January 20.
Our experts will include Monica Parker from the State Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, and Dr. Malaika Berkeley from the Black Psychiatrists of Greater Atlanta.
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.
Joey Sommerville is a friend of WCLK and a friend to many in Atlanta, his adopted hometown. His new release Overnight Sensation is getting spins from WCLK PD Aaron Cohen at various times throughout the day and night on the station, including on Serenade To The City. The record includes guest appearances from Earl Klugh, Jeff Bradshaw, Elan Trotman, and Eric Essix. You can hear Joey around town and around the world, and you can often hear him supporting WCLK during our fundraising campaigns. Best wishes with the new record, Joey.
Your workday never sounded so good, with Midday Jazz hosted by the inimitable Rivablue. Catch Rivablue Monday-Friday 10a-2p. Whether we're the soundtrack to your office or the balm to your lunchtime traffic, Rivablue has all of your jazz favorites.
Join us live Wednesday at 6pm the 2015 debut of The Call To True Beauty on WCLK. We'll examine the many issues involving dating and domestic violence in the community, with the idea of helping build healthy, violence-free relationships. Wednesday's program will include your phone calls live and a look at the programs and services provided by Atlanta's Partnership Against Domestic Violence(PADV).
WCLK PD Aaron Cohen has added Jonathon Butler's latest release Living My Dream, which you can hear throughout the day on 91.9 FM WCLK. Butler is a long-time WCLK friend, participating in our Jazz In The Classroom program, and always dropping by the station when he's in town.
You can purchase Living My Dream via the Amazon link below and a portion of the proceeds will go towards the continued non commercial operation of WCLK. Thank you!
Fulton Focus is a monthly public affairs program on WCLK airing third Saturdays at 7:30a as part of the WCLK Public Affairs Block.
The December edition of the program features Jason Lane, a Job Development Specialist for the Fulton County Housing and Community Development Department Office of Workforce Development, for a discussion about Fulton County job development for prospective employees or employers.
Fulton County Police Corporal Maureen Smith talks about ways you can "harden the target" to make yourself less likely to be a victim of crime.