Morning Jazz

courtesy of the artist

The name Paul Jackson, Jr. for most music lovers conjures up his work on the hit sounds of Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Patti LaBelle, Dave Koz, David Benoit and so many other great musical artists and projects. Paul is one of the most accomplished guitar session players in the music business, covering just about every genre.

  Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by the Manely Firm, PC. In addition to supporting WCLK and Fonda Smith's traffic reports during Morning Jazz with Morris Baxter and during The SOUL of Jazz with Jamal Ahmad, the Attorneys of the Manely Firm have been providing experienced representation in family law matters in Georgia for over 30 years. They practice international family law, divorce, child custody, division of marital assets, estate planning and probate matters.

Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by The Roswell Arts Fund, presenting The Beaucoup Jazz & Blues Festival, taking place on Saturday, July 31 at the East Village Center at 2640 Holcomb Bridge Road in Roswell. The festival is hosted by WCLK's Morris Baxter and will feature The Brubeck Brothers Quartet, Joey Sommerville with Dante Harmon, The Joe Gransden Quintet, The Trey Wright Trio and others. The festival also includes a pop up art village. More information is available at roswellartsfund.org.

Jazz 91.9 WCLK invites you to join us in watching The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song, PBS documentary series by Dr. Henry Louis Gates premiering in Atlanta PBS Tuesday, February 16 at 9pm. This powerful documentary explores the church’s powerful influence as the spiritual, cultural, and political epicenter of the African American community. WCLK's Morris 'In The Morning' Baxter, host of Morning Jazz Monday-Fridays 6a-10a, was asked to be part of a Black History Month effort for Elizabeth Baptist Church in Southwest Atlanta.

Jazz 91.9 WCLK's own Morris Baxter, "Morris In The Morning" has been on medical leave in recent weeks. This morning he called in to Morning Jazz and chatted with Jazz 91.9 WCLK Program Director David C. Linton to update his listeners and friends about his health journey and his plans to return to the show in the future.

Pages