The Miss Black America Atlanta Pageant is coming to Cobb Energy Centre Thursday, December 19th at 8:30 p.m. The dazzling show is presented by Georgia Whirl Productions, a proud member of SOMBA (the sisterhood of Miss Black America) which produces the nationally televised Miss Black America Pageant. 

This week on WCLK's The Local Take (Saturdays 8am) we continue our celebration of The Year of Return by sharing conversations with metropolitan Atlanta residents who participated with the Jamestown2Jamestown commemoration that took place in August 2019 in Jamestown, Virginia and Jamestown, Ghana.

The holiday season always means Christmas Jazz Music on Jazz 91.9 WCLK and this season is no different. Program Director David C. Linton has added a new cut featuring Dave Koz and Jonathon Butler--the classic It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas, from his new holiday release Gifts Of The Season(Just Koz Entertainment). But this version isn't like Perry Como or Bing Crosby. This version includes 21st century beats and percussion and the inimitable horn of Dave Koz and Jonathon Butler's guitar stylings. It even has an Afro-Pop percussion breakdown.

Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by the Sadie G. Mays Health And Rehabilitation Center, a proud WCLK Business Member. Sadie G. Mays Health And Rehabilitation Center provides adult long-term nursing care, rehabilitative therapies, and post-operative care in the community since 1947. They are located in Northwest Atlanta near the intersection of I-20 and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive. More information is available at or call 404-794-2477.

ATLANTA, GA (December 11, 2019) – Jazz 91.9 WCLK regrets to announce that its 45th Anniversary concert series finale with Ahmad Jamal has been cancelled due to illness. The performance was set for Thursday, December 12, 8:00 p.m. at Ferst Center for the Arts at Georgia Tech. Ticket holders who purchased a ticket through the Ferst Center will be refunded automatically. This concert will not be rescheduled. For further questions, please contact the Ferst Center box office at (404) 894 - 9600. Ticket holders who pledged during the WCLK Fall Membership Campaign can contact the WCLK Membership Department at (404) 880 – 8280 or email A high call volume is anticipated, thank you in advance for your patience.

Each year for the holiday season Joy In The Morning Host Rodney Evans and Jazz 91.9 WCLK joins forces with For The Children, Incorporated, to provide hundreds of underserved children and youth in Atlanta-area foster care with fun-filled toys, games, and needed gifts.  Give A Toy, Give A Smile during this holiday season.  For more information about supporting this holiday gift campaign, the number is:  678-429 – 6222 or email info@ftcincorg.

Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by Restaurant 10, at 10 Northside Drive across from Mercedes Benz Stadium. They are your home for football, with over 30 TV screens on the walls. So if it's a college bowl game or the NFL, you can watch the game while enjoying the upscale Southern cuisine and BBQ and premium beverages. Restaurant 10 is the place for football this season. Find out more at

Keyboardist and sometime Atlantan Bob Baldwin teams up with another Atlantan, Ragan Whiteside on Long Weekend(See You On Tuesday), the advance single from Bob's upcoming BFD release Henna, slated to come out in January. You can hear Bob's radio show NewUrban Jazz Lounge on Saturdays from 4pm until 6pm, to catch up with the music that he likes. This cut, co-written with Whiteside, is an uptempo contemporary Jazz gem that you can hear at various times on Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK.

Don’t miss Debb Moore’s live conversation with Ahmad Jamal ahead of his exclusive performance for WCLK on December 12 at the Ferst Center for The Arts At Georgia Tech. The straight-ahead keyboard master will join Debb to talk about his legendary career and current work during a special edition of the Sunday Jazz Suite, Sunday at 1pm on Atlanta’s Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK.

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Check out this weekend's edition of UPFRONT featuring interviews with actresses Aloma Wright and Khalilah Joi, actress turned director Terri J. Vaughn and Emmy-winning actor Sterling K. Brown. 

Aloma Wright and Khalilah Joi stopped by this week to discuss the re-airing of their OWN original movie Baking Christmas. It features Wright as Patty, a successful baker who plans to retire at the end of the year with the hopes that one of her three children will take over the family business.


WCLK Business Member: Sadie G. Mays Health And Rehabilitation Center

Providing Nursing, Rehabilitative, and Post Operative Care In The Community Since 1947

WCLK Business Member: Masters Generator and Electrical Services

Providing Back Up Power and Electrical Services for Residential and Commercial Customers for over 30 years

WCLK Business Member: Temple Management Consulting

30 Years Experience Providing Financial Management & Accounting Services To Churches And Other Non-Profits

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