WCLK

Support for Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK comes from Skylink Express, presenting Jazz & Jokes on Sunday, October 7 from 1pm until 7pm at Northlake Mall. Entertainment includes Julian Vaughn, Eric Darius, and Marcus Johnson, host of Catch The Flo, heard Saturdays 2pm-4pm on WCLK. Additional performers include Black Seed and the Agnes Reign Experiment. Bring your own lawn chair, food and beverages are available on site.

Jazz Tones Insights - Mark Winkler

Oct 5, 2018

Listen to Jazz Tones this Sunday from 3pm-7pm on Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK. I will interview Mark Winkler, platinum award-winning singer/lyricist. His recent release with Cheryl Bentyne from Manhattan Transfer, Eastern Standard Time(Cafe Pacific Records), includes  songs of East Coast lineage that will remind listeners of the music performed in jazz clubs in New York City between 1950-1960. 

October 7: Buff Dillard At St. James Live

Oct 4, 2018

Programming on Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by St. James Live, presenting Smooth Sundays with Smooth Jazz Trombonist Buff Dillard on October 7. Dillard calls his trombone style 'Bone Jazz.' Buff has opened for Boney James, Alex Bugnon and Shirley Caesar. He has also performed with The Count Basie Band.  See Buff Dillard at St. James Live Sunday. Doors open at 6pm, with showtime at 7pm. St. James Live is located at 3220 Butner Road in Atlanta(30331).

I once heard someone say "believe that better is out there!"  I've never forgotten that comment.  When you think about it "YOU"  are the "better!"  By registering to vote and then exercising your right to vote "YOU" are believing that your community can be made better, your children's children's future can be made more vibrant and that "YOU" have the power to make it happen!  Join me and your WCLK family on Saturday, October 6th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by Fusion Chamber Ensemble, presenting its opening season concert Metamorphosis on Sunday, October 7 at 5pm at the Emory University Performing Arts Studio. Join founding artists Karin Banks, Gerald Freeman, Christopher Mosley and friends for an evening of classical, Jazz, original compositions and spoken word.

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