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Atlanta's Jazz Station 91.9 WCLK has also always played Gospel music, too. Listen to Joy In The Morning with Rodney Evans Monday-Fridays 4am-6am and Sundays from 6am until 11am.  On April 15 we are bringing the multiple Grammy Award-winning Gospel greats The Clark Sisters to Atlanta Symphony Hall for one night only in a special WCLK 46th Anniversary Benefit Performance. The Clark Sisters will delight and move you with all of their hits including "Halleleujah", "Living", and "You Brought The Sunshine".

Hosea Feed The Hungry & Homeless/Hosea Helps is Jazz 91.9 WCLK's non-profit partner. They have served over one million people since 1971. The organization was started by Civil Rights Icon Reverend Hosea Williams. They continue their legacy of service under the leadership of his daughter, Elizabeth Omilami. Together, WCLK and Hosea Helps have over 90 years of service to the Atlanta Community.

Programming on jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by the Fifth Annual Gulf Coast Summer Fest Jazz Edition, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, September 5th and 6th at the Pensacola Community Maritime Park in Pensacola, Florida.  Tickets available at Ticketmaster.com beginning Monday, March 2nd.  This event will be hosted by Jazz 91.9 WCLK’s very own Morris Baxter.  The full line up of artists performing is available at gulfcoastsummerfestjazzedition.com.

This week on The Local Take I speak with Jay Bailey, President and CEO of the new Russell Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (RCIE). Mr. Bailey shares some of H. J. Russell's history, from integrating the Commerce Club to underwriting the Atlanta Civil Rights movement. 

Thanks to everyone who made our WCLK Benefit Performance featuring Gregory Porter and Ledisi a sellout show. We look forward to seeing you Thursday night at 7:30pm at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, and we’d like to thank our sponsors, including Family Health Centers of Georgia, AARP Georgia, Richard A. Dent, and Publix.

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