Jamal Ahmad: host of WCLK-FM (91.9)'s "The Soul of Jazz," weekdays, 2-6 p.m.
Salah Ananse: DJ at Shout restaurant and other nightlife events.
Ken Batie: promotions director for WCLK-FM; hosted WCLK-FM's now defunct "Hot Ice in the Afternoon" for 20 years.
Sleepy Brown: vocalist and co-founder of production team Organized Noize, which has made hits for TLC, Ludacris and others. New solo CD, Mr. Brown, scheduled for release in July 2006.
Laurneá: vocalist, songwriter, actress and producer; working on her fifth release for her label, EraSound 1.
Philippe Chekroune: Yin Yang co-owner, 1997-2000.
Anthony David: singer/songwriter; the follow-up to 3 Chords & the Truth is scheduled for release later this year.
Donnie: vocalist; working on a follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2002 debut, The Colored Section.
Reggie Ealy: Yin Yang co-owner, 1994-1997; visual and performance artist now living in Atlanta and Berlin, Germany.
Asa Fain: drummer; also current Apache Café co-owner.
Will G: William Griggs, owner of Chocolate Soul record label and promotions/management firm.
DJ Kemit: Kevin Hyman; former member of Arrested Development and current member of the Chronicle. Also runs Divine Recordings label.
Freddy Luster: Yin Yang co-owner, 1997-2000; musician, event promoter, and lead the soul/dance band Seek.
Jason Orr: FunkJazz Kafé creator/producer.
Little John: John Roberts; drummer and bandleader of the Chronicle.
Khari Simmons: bass guitarist and leader of soul/dance band Jiva.
I live right next door to the Serenbe Farm House and no one asked me,…
@ atlantan109 Perhaps so. Can you cite any instance where an Atlanta City neighborhood association…
What no ridicule from the DNC? You didn't wait long last week with the RNC?…
No. Just no.
Do not be so sure Broch. Atlanta neighborhood associations are far better organized and effective…