As the art community reconvenes in Atlanta for The 2nd Annual International Soul Summit and The National Black Arts Festival (July 25th-29th), Atlanta’s premiere Jazz station, WCLK 91.9FM in association with Jazz Beat Promotions has selected one of soul music’s most celebrated voices, the gifted vocalist, keyboardist, and songwriter, FRANK MCCOMB, to co-headline with keyboardist, Marcus Jordan a special FREE “Wednesday Wind Down” concert July 25th @ 5:30pm at Windown Centennial Park. McComb will be perform classive songs from his catalog of critically acclaimed albums and new songs from his upcoming Live From Atlanta CD which will be released Fall 2007. WCLK & Jazz Beat Promotions’ Wednesday Wind Down concert is sponsored by Turner Broadcasting, Rolling Out, Sam Ash, City Sketches and Gladys Knight & Ron Winans’ Chicken and Waffles.
While in town, McCombs is scheduled to
participate in several International Soul Summit events including:
Thursday, July 26th @ 6:30pm – Heineken Soul Session listening party hosted by Moods Music
Friday, July 27th @ 4:10pm-5:30pm – “Artist Speaks Mainstream” panel
Frank McComb joins Algebra, Lina, Davina, St. Juste, Eric Roberson, Gordon Chambers, Keite Young, N’Dambi, Yazarah and Donnie on this panel moderated by Ken Rye (Jazzy Side Entertainment/Hot Ice Online).
Saturday, July 28th 10:40am-12N – “Songwriters” panel
Frank McComb joins Gordon Chambers, Eric Roberson, Rasheem “Kilo” Pugh, Frank McComb, James Glasco, Eric McKinley King and more on this panel moderated by Vinx.
BETJ has chosen Frank McComb as their “Artist of the Month” so be sure to check out the videos to “Left Alone” and “Time and Time Again” directed by Mike Bennett of MWB Entertainment from the upcoming CD/DVD release, “Frank McComb Live in Atlanta.”
Click here to see the video for Frank McComb “Left Alone.” Also, listen out for the song “Love” by Marcus Johnson featuring Frank McComb scheduled to be released on Marcus’ new CD sometime in July.
Please check www.wclk.com and www.soulsummitonline for their full schedule of events.
For more on Frank McComb, please visit www.frankmccomb.info. You’ll actually be able to experience all the music without clicking on anything; the music player launches when you open the website.