Morris Baxter

WCLK celebrates Clark Atlanta University Homecoming Week by recognizing another proud Panther success--filmmaker Nnegest Likké, who has returned this week to campus to host a premiere of her new film Everything But A Man. I spoke with Likké this morning about her work and her CAU experience and the influence of CAU's Dr. Herb Eichelberger. For a complete list of CAU Homecoming 2017 events, click here.

Join me Friday, September 15 at 7:00 p.m. on Atlanta Alive on Atlanta's 57 WATC.  I discuss The Morris Code 21 Ways Something Good Is Going To Happen To You.  Find out more by clicking here.

Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by the City of Norcross, presenting its annual Jazz In The Alley Series.  The second show of the season features Jazz Vocalists Laura Coyle and Mylah on Saturday, July 22 live in Downtown Historic Norcross at Betty Mauldin Park.   WCLK's Morris Baxter, host of Morning Jazz will emcee the evening. Showtime is 7:30 p.m., with limited tables and seating available.  Lawn chairs and picnic baskets are welcome.

Singer-songwriter Kandace Springs is a fresh new voice in contemporary Jazz. WCLK has played her music from the beginning, and she is a part of tonight's sold-out WCLK Benefit Concert at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. She stopped by the station this morning to talk about it all with Morris Baxter, including the influence of vocalists such as Nina Simone, Norah Jones, Eva Cassidy and Luther Vandross on her style.

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Check out images of Grammy winning singer-songwriter, actress and record producer MACY GRAY from Saturday night’s Atlanta Jazz Festival. The raspy-voiced vocalist, whose rose to fame in the early 2000s, performed about a 90-minute set of her hits before a packed crowd of hundreds on the western lawn of historic Piedmont Park. The show was emceed by WCLK 91.9’s  “Morning Jazz” radio personality and author—Morris Baxter.

 

 

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