WABE Sounds Like ATL Spotlights Jazz & Indie Soul in September

September’s taping of WABE’s live-concert series to feature Atlanta R&B/soul artists Brenda Nicole Moorer and Kameron Corvet on 9/13 at City Winery.

ATLANTA (8/22/2022)—WABE 90.1, Atlanta’s choice for NPR and PBS, is giving over its WABE presents SOUNDS LIKE ATL stage at City Winery to Atlanta jazz favorite, Brenda Nicole Moorer and GRAMMY award-winner Kameron Corvet for the September taping of the station’s live-music performance series. It all starts at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 13, at City Winery Atlanta. Tickets are available now here.

Known for her distinctive vocal quality and genre-bending jazz, Brenda Nicole Moorer is an American born vocalist, songwriter, composer, and actor. She headlined the Next Generation stage at the Atlanta Jazz Festival, the indie stage at Capital Jazz Festival, and performed at the High Museum of Art and in Good Day Atlanta. A Creative Loafing Best Soul & Jazz Vocalist and National Black Arts Festival NEXT UP award winner, Moore’s star continues to rise.  

GRAMMY award-winning singer/songwriter and Morehouse alum Kameron Corvet is a fixture of the indie soul music scene, both in the U.S. and abroad. While a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Kameron began making his way through venues, sneaking into open mics and networking while studying French, a language he credits for his attention to detail in his songwriting. He released his first independent album Saying Things in 2006 and, since then, has released projects including his acclaimed EP F_ck, Love, Darker Than Gray in 2014 and his most recent EP, Early Riser. Corvet has written and composed for artists including Freddie Jackson, Angie Stone, Case and Avery Sunshine. As a performer, he has traveled the world while opening for the likes of Adele, Chaka Khan, Marsha Ambrosius, Bilal, Dwele, Tamia and countless others.  

Built around a desire to amplify Atlanta’s diverse and world-renowned musical community, each WABE presents SOUNDS LIKE ATL concert features live performances from a fresh lineup representing a variety of genres. October’s show on 10/ 11 will highlight LGBTQ+ artist. Information on all WABE’s upcoming events can be found at wabe.org/events.  


WABE, formerly Public Broadcasting Atlanta (PBA), operates public media stations WABE (90.1FM) and WABE TV (Channel 30), Atlanta’s original, independent, non-profit sources for news and local stories and choice for NPR and PBS. Our stations deliver fact-based journalism and inclusive, engaging, cultural content that informs, inspires, reflects, and empowers the millions who call the Greater Atlanta area home. WABE’s programs, podcasts, and events make Atlanta’s stories and storytellers accessible and relevant across a variety of platforms for our diverse audience of listeners, viewers, visitors, and members. Go to www.wabe.org for additional information.