Join Morris In The Morning each Monday through Friday from 6a until 10a for the wake up call to get your day moving. Morris will have his daily motivations, Fonda Smith joins in with the latest news and traffic information to ease your commute, and you'll hear Atlanta's best mix of contemporary jazz music.
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One of Atlanta's most compelling music festival events is the annual One Music Fest, taking place on Saturday at Masquerade Music Park and Historic Fourth Ward Park. This event features an amazing cross pollination of artists and genres. The tag line for One Music Fest is Unity Through Music. This year's lineup includes Snoop Lion, D J Kemit, Ruby Velle and The Soulphonics, Amel Larrieux, Quadron, Luke James, Res, and a re-union of ATL's legendary Goodie Mob, featuring Cee Lo Green himself.
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Get Jazz, motivation and inspiration on Morning Jazz with Morris in the Morning – weekdays from 6:00 AM until 10:00 AM featuring a mix of Contemporary and Progressive Jazz to move your morning. News Anchor Fonda Smith keeps you informed with news and traffic on the 15's, 30's and 45's. Morris Baxter gives you your morning motivation at 45 minutes past the hour 7-8-9. It's the best morning team on public radio – Morning Jazz, weekdays from 7:00 AM until 10:00 AM, right here on Jazz 91.9 WCLK – The Jazz of the City and, on CAU – TV Comcast Atlanta 23.
George Duke stopped by Morning Jazz today to talk Jazz-Funk with Morris Baxter. Duke talks about his music, his roots, and the amazing list of musicians he's worked with over the years, including Miles Davis, Cannonball Adderley, and Frank Zappa.
If you're headed to tonight's WCLK 39th Anniversary Benefit Concert at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center, here's a chance to give a listen to this morning's conversation in case you missed it.
Morris Baxter was joined Wednesday morning by Director Jasmine Guy and Actor Demetria McKinney to talk about the True Colors Theatre Company production of The Mountaintop, which portrays the final night of the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., as imagined by playwright Katori Hall.
The Mountaintop is performed now through December 16 at the Southwest Arts Center. To find out more about True Colors and The Mountaintop, including how to get tickets, click here.