Serenade To The City on WCLK

New Music: Skinny Hightower Bittersweet

Feb 28, 2020

Skinny Hightower is a rising Contemporary Jazz artist from Wichita, Kansas. He is a producer, bass player, drummer and pianist. Jazz 91.9 WCLK is playing his new song Bittersweet, on Trippin 'n' Rhythm Records. This song has a grooving sound to it. You will automatically nod your head and hit the old-school two-step. You can hear Bittersweet at various times on Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK, including during Serenade To The City with David C. Linton, Monday-Fridays 10pm-Midnight. 

Keith McKelley is a young artist on the move. Over the course of the last seven years he has accompanied, among others, Phillip Bailey, Logic, Usher, Tyrese, Marcus Johnson, Mark de Clive-Lowe and others, playing his soulful style of saxophone and aerophone. His latest release features Bob James, and is called Legend. You can hear it at various times on Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK, including during Serenade To The City with David C. Linton, Monday-Fridays 10pm-Midnight.

New Music On WCLK: Phil Denny/Kinda Wanna

Jan 8, 2020

Phil Denny is a major player on Contemporary Jazz since 2012, with top-selling records of his own and regular tours accompanying Peter White. Denny's latest release is called Align, on Off-Sheet Music. You can hear Kinda Wanna on Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK at various times, including during Serenade To The City with David C, Monday-Fridays 10pm-Midnight.

New Music: Kimberlye' McKinney/Get Wit It

Jan 2, 2020

Saxophonist Kimberlye' McKinney is a Georgia-born artist playing compelling contemporary Jazz music, attempting to break big across American and the world. Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK is playing her current single Get Wit It, which also features Pieces of A Dream guitarist Chris Harris.

Steve Turre: The Very Thought of You

Sep 20, 2018

Steve Turre is one of the most prolific Jazz musicians going, with over 20 albums as a bandleader, with countless other performances on recordings, television and film going back to the early 1970s. Turre has brought his trombone to sessions for nearly everybody in Jazz. He has been a member of the Saturday Night Live Band for over 30 years.

Pages