Riva Blue

Join UPFRONT's Ray Cornelius and Riva Blue for an exclusive Atlanta screening of the new film, The Upside. It takes place this Wednesday, January 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the AMC Phipps Plaza. 

Simply copy and paste the image of "The Upside" film poster on your Facebook or Instagram page and tag @UPFRONTtheShow (Instagram) or @RayCornelius (Facebook). Please remember to use the following hashtags #TheUpside #WCLK919 #UPFRONT and you'll win a pair of tickets.

ScottGlazer.net

Join WCLK's Jamal Ahmad tonight at the High Museum of Art for another edition of Friday Jazz at the High. This month's special musical guest includes Scott Glazer's Mojo Dojo. It all begins at 6 p.m. until 10 p.m.

Scott Glazer's Mojo Dojo will perform covers of such legendary artists as Otis Redding, Ray Charles, Wilson Pickett, Clarence Carter, Big Maybelle, Percy Mayfield, Johnnie Taylor, Eddie Floyd, Freddie King, Jimmy Hall, The Allman Brothers, The Band and many others.

Thank You Jazz Lovers and WCLK Members!  Thanks to everyone who made a pledge of support during the station's Fall Membership Campaign.  By making your contributions to keep Jazz Public Radio alive in Atlanta you have helped sustain everyone you hear each day,  from Morris In The Morning or Riva Blue to Dee Dee Bridgewater, Tavis Smiley, The Local Take.   You turn us on and offer your support for the best jazz music morning noon and night.

Ray Cornelius

Hillgrove High School students participated in Jazz in the Classroom yesterday featuring jazz vocalist Janis Siegel. The two-hour program chronicles Jazz history and its significance to pop, R&B and hip-hop music. The assembly was presented on behalf of Cobb Energy Centre’s Foundation ArtsBridge program and Atlanta’s jazz station, Jazz 91.9 WCLK.

Kevin Mahogany Talks Jazz Roots With Riva Blue

Sep 19, 2013

Vocalist Kevin Mahogany is on the line, talking to Midday Jazz's Riva Blue about his upcoming turn Wednesday, September 25 at Cobb Energy Performance Centre's Jazz Roots Series Tribute To Ella, Joe and Basie.  Count Basie’s music, characterized by a blues-steeped jumping beat and contrapuntal piano accents, was a showcase for top-singers. This show honors two great singers whose performances with the Count reached legendary proportions.

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