Spivey Hall

Spivey Hall at Clayton State University, a proud supporter of Jazz 91.9 WCLK programming, presents Jazz Vocalist Tammy McCann on Saturday, January 21 at 7:30 p.m.   McCann will be joined by Tom Vaitsas on piano, Mimi Jones on bass, and Clif Wallace on drums. “Classically trained but steeped in the sounds and rituals of Chicago jazz,” vocalist Tammy McCann finds “new tones and colors, fresh shadings and tints in an instrument that already ranks among the most alluring in jazz,” commanding a “luxuriant, supple, larger-than life” voice “that inspires wonder” (Chicago Tribune).

Spivey Hall, a proud supporter of WCLK, presents The Fred Hughes Trio on Saturday, December 3 at 3:00pm. Pianist Hughes will perform songs from his I'll Be Home For Christmas album, accompanied by Amy Shook on bass and Frank Russo on drums. Spivey Hall is located on the campus of Clayton State University in Morrow, just 10 minutes south of the Perimeter off of I-75. This show will be hosted by WCLK Contemporary Jazz Showcase Host Mark Angel.

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Spivey Hall, a proud supporter of Jazz 91.9 WCLK, presents Jazz Pianist, Christian Sands on Saturday, November 12 at 7:30 p.m.  Sands will perform with Dezron Douglas on bass and Marcus Baylor on drums. Sands has worked with Oscar Peterson, Dr. Billy Taylor and Christian McBride, among others.  Spivey Hall is located on the campus of Clayton State University in Morrow, GA  just 10 minutes south of the Perimeter off of I-75.  This event will be hosted by WCLK's Mark Angel.

Join WCLK's Mark Angel Saturday night, April 23 at Spivey Hall for The Julian Lage Trio. Lage along with Jorge Roeber on bass and Kenny Wollsen on percussion will play original music as well as standards of the American jazz and folk traditions.  

The Trio draws influence from modern jazz guitar trio of Jim Hall as well as operating as sonic laboratory for exploring the integration of acoustic and electric instruments in an improvising context. 

Regina Carter and her Quartet are appearing at acoustically perfect Spivey Hall at Clayton State University Saturday night at 8:15pm.  Carter, one of the pre-eminent jazz violinists of her era.

Her mixtures of classical jazz and international music stylings have attracted listeners and admirers the world over, she received a Macarthur Foundation Genius Grant in 2006.

Her quartet for the Atlanta performance includes Xavier Davis on piano, Jesse Murphy on bass, and Alvester Garnett on drums.