from Detroit, Morris Baxteris a graduate of Norfolk State
University. He started his career in radio at WOWI in Norfolk, Virginia
and worked at WMYK as the program director for 10 years.
several job opportunities atWNVA, WPCE, WSVY and as a television
entertainment reporter forWAVY (CBS affiliate), Baxter moved to Atlanta
as the national promotions manager for Loud/Sony Recordsworking projects
for platinum selling artists, including: Wu Tang Clan,Three 6 Mafia,
Mobb Deep, Xzibitand Big Pun. He also held the title of Southeast
Regional Director of Promotions for Artist Direct/BMG. Morris later
served as National Director of Promotions, working with such artist as
Slum Village and8Ball. His voice was featured on multiplatinum selling
Blackstreetalbum, "Another Level".
his words as a public speaker, and over the airwaves, Baxter ignites
his listeners with his ‘Morris Motivations” as the host of Morning Jazz
on Jazz 91.9 WCLK - The Jazz of the City. He also serves on the
Community Advisory Board for Prostate Cancer.
Tom Davis came to Atlanta in the early 1990s to serve as station
manager of FM radio outlet WRFG (89.3) and developed new exciting
programming that dramatically increased WRFG's listening audience.
"Dr. Love" created World Party (music from around the world) and was
the first to program hip hop music on a daily basis in Atlanta. Before
leaving WRFG, Tom spearheaded the national campaign to raise the
station's power to 100,000 watts.
In 2013 Tom created an exciting new radio show called Blues In
The Afternoon which is broadcast over the airwaves of the new WIGO-AM
Radio(1570) on the dial.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
OPEN TO ALL - FREE EVENT
- Guest Speakers
- You can perform your song or bring it on CD
- Song Critiques (bring 5 copies of lyrics)
- Break Out Sessions
hosted by Ronnie Winstead at
Virtual Adrenaline Studio
Hope to see you there... and tell a friend!
Map to Studio - Click on Detail Hall Map
Supported by: www.gmia.org