Brenda Nicole Moorer

This weekend's edition of UPFRONT Inside Atlanta's Entertainment Industry features relationship expert and host of OWN's Family or Fiance Tracy McMillian; Wu-Tang Clan member turned producer and director RZA; and singer-songwriter and actress Brenda Nicole Moorer. 

OWN's popular "love and relationships" series Family or Fiance is back and host Tracy McMillan is here to chat about what fans can expect this third season. She also gives tips on how to properly date during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join Jazz 91.9 WCLK this weekend for The Atlanta Jazz Festival's Neighborhood Jazz Series.  The free outdoor concerts will take place at various "family friendly" parks and features some of city's biggest and brightest jazz vocalists and instrumentalists. There will also be appearances from Atlanta council members and other public servants. 

The series continues today (May 18) from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at John A. White Park and includes performances by vocalist Brenda Nicole Moorer and Distilled Butter Band. Fonda Smith will serve as the evening's host.

Today's UPFRONT features my interviews with playwright and filmmaker David E. Talbert, jazz vocalist Brenda Nicole-Moorer and visual artist and activist Fabian Williams. 

David E. Talbert is teaming up with EGOT performer John Legend and Netflix for their first ever live-action musical titled Jingle Jangle. Talbert talked to us about his search for the project's star and how aspiring actresses between the ages of 9-13 can audition. Click here for Casting information. 

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

Incognito is recognized as one of the best funk/jazz/soul outfits in the world. A pioneer of the "acid jazz" movement who has delighted listeners and dancers for decades, Incognito has scored hits with versions of Stevie Wonder's "Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing" and Ronnie Laws' "Always There," selling more than a million records worldwide in the process.

Kathleen Bertrand stopped by to talk with Jamal Ahmad on The SOUL of Jazz on WCLK. They talked about her music and about her appearance on a Sisters In Song show at the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center on the campus of Morehouse College on Sunday, August 20 at 5pm. The performance is a joint production of Atlanta's Bronze Lens Film Festival and the Morehouse School of Music. Vocalists in addition to Bertrand include Rhonda Thomas, Pamela Dillard, Chandra Currelly, Theresa Hightower, and Brenda Nicole Moorer. They will be singing their favorite songs from movies. Need tickets? Click here.