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Mads Tolling is a two time Grammy-winning violinist who brings back some of the best loved TV and other optimistic music of the 1960s on his new release Playing the 60s. In addition to his quartet, Tolling welcomes guest musicians including:   Stanley Clarke, Kenny Washington and Kalil Wilson.  You can hear cuts from Playing the 60s at various times on Jazz 91.9 WCLK in particular during Serenade To The City, Monday through Friday from 10:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m.

Insights - Jazz Tones: Carmen Lundy Talks Code Noir

Feb 25, 2017
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Join me Sunday, February 26 on Jazz Tones on  Jazz 91.9 WCLK from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.   I talk with renowned vocalist Carmen Lundy about her new Afrasia Productions release Code Noir.  According to Lundy, "these songs encompass the musical and artistic influences from the African Diaspora and it's influences -- Jazz, Blues, Swing, Funk and the exploration into the Avant-Garde." This musical release is Carmen's personal musical voyage.

Join us Saturday morning at 7:30am on WCLK for The CheckUp with Dr. Courtney Shelton MD.  Dr. Shelton will be joined by Cardiologist Dr. F Michael Toca for a compelling discussion about how you can take care of your heart for a longer, healthier life. Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in America. How can you improve your odds of avoiding it? Fitness expert Genise shelton will provide useful fitness tips for heart health, too.

Dr. Shelton is a Board Certified Internist and Primary Care Physician and the Director of the Shelton Hospitalist Group, LLC.

Last week on Jazz Tones on WCLK(Sundays 3pm-7pm) I was joined by Brent Fischer.  He is a Grammy-winning producer and BMI composer and arranger. He has credits on records with over 30 million copies sold for pop, R&B and Jazz royalty including Dianne Reeves, Raphael Saadiq, Al Jarreau, Prince and D'Angelo. Fischer worked with his father Clare Fischer for over thirty years.  Clare Fischer was also a pianist, composer and arranger.

PNC Bank and Jazz 91.9 WCLK celebrate Atlanta's African American Business Leaders--Henry “Hank” James Thomas was born on August 29, 1941 in Jacksonville, Florida. He spent most of his childhood in St. Augustine. As a student at Howard University, Hank Thomas joined the first Freedom Rider group on May 4, 1961. On Mothers Day, when the  bus Thomas was riding on reached Anniston, Alabama, it was set on fire by the Ku Klux Klan. Ten days later Thomas rode from Montgomery to Jackson, Mississippi. There he was incarcerated at the notorious, Parchman State Prison Farm.

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