SOUL of Jazz

Weekdays from 2:00 PM until 6:00 PM; Saturdays from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM
  • Hosted by Jamal Ahmad

Experience Sounds Of Universal Love on the SOUL of Jazz weekdays from 2:00 PM until 6:00 PM and Saturdays from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM with Jamal Ahmad, voted best afternoon drive time DJ in Atlanta by the Atlanta Journal - Constitution.   Music that feeds your soul and soothes your mind - SOUL of Jazz with Jamal Ahmad, weekdays from 2:00 PM until 6:00 PM and Saturdays from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM.

Andre Harrell Was The Perfect Conduit

May 23, 2020
Andre Harrell, December 2019 (Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Sean Combs)

I recently penned a tribute to the late Andre Harrell for Soultracks, the biggest website devoted to Soul Music. You can read it here. If you are a fan of old school legends like Heavy D & The Boyz, Sean "Diddy" Combs, Teddy Riley & Guy, Al B. Sure!, Mary J. Blige, Eddie F., Dave Hall, Jodeci, Father M.C., you probably heard them thanks to Harrell.

Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by Monticello, located at 2000 Powers Ferry Road in Marietta. Monticello presents their Sunset Jazz Series on Saturday, February 29th with Keyboardist Marcus Johnson. Marcus has released over 15 albums and is the host of Catch The Flo, heard on Saturdays from 2pm-4pm on WCLK. Doors open at 5pm and showtime is 7:30pm. Dinner at Monticello features Southern-style cuisine with a Cajun twist. WCLK's Jamal Ahmad  will be your host for the show.

Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by Ken Ford, LLC, presenting Ken Ford's New Year's Eve Concert and After Party taking place on Tuesday evening, December 31. Events begin at 7pm at the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel, located at One Hartsfield Center Parkway in Atlanta. Entertainment features Ken Ford, The King of Strings, with special guest Guitarist Norman Brown and Vocalist Phillippia. They will play live as the New Year arrives. WCLK's SOUL of Jazz Host Jamal Ahmad will be your host for this event.

For close to two decades, Tony Momrelle's rich vocals have been synonymous with modern soul and jazz culture. He has added an entirely new dimension to the the UK soul genre His work with world renown UK jazz-funk outfit, Incognito, has set him apart from his contemporaries, garnering him fans from all over the world.

He joined me on The Soul Of Jazz, in the WCLK studios, where we talked talked about Incognito, why he was handpicked by Sade to join her band, how Al B. Sure! was his introduction to becoming a real singer, and so much more.

Incognito returns to Cobb Energy Centre for their 40th anniversary tour with special guest Maysa and Citrus Sun tonight at 7:30 p.m.  Bluey, the band's guiding light, stopped by WCLK to talk with me about the show and much else during The SOUL of Jazz.

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