Written by | Ray Cornelius 

Atlanta’s Cobb Energy Centre was the  place to be Thursday night for a sold out performance from UK’s Incognito featuring Maysa. The legendary music group, known for its eclectic mix of acid jazz, funk, and soul, had the crowd rockin for a magical evening featuring their biggest hits as well as tunes from their latest CD, “Amplified Soul.”  Led by Jean-Paul “BlueyMaunick, Incognito performed over 22 songs including “Roots (Back to a Way of Life),” “I Love What You Do For Me,” “Everyday,” “Deep Waters,” “Always There,” and “Still a Friend of Mine.” They also performed two of Stevie Wonder’s classics “As” and “Don’t You Worry Bout a Thing.”  The show opened with bassist Khari Cabral Simmons along with vocalist, Chantae Cann and was hosted by Jazz 91.9 WCLK’s Jamal Ahmad. Check out a few photos from the show below:


Incognito fans

Riva Blue

Jazz 91.9 WCLK’s Riva Blue with station volunteers

Suite Lounge

 Suite Lounge Restaurant’s Yvette Ramirez and guest


Media maven Twana Rigsby of the Rigbsy Group

Jamal on stage Harold Watkins

 Jazz 91.9 WCLK’s Jamal Ahmad hosting/Harold Watkins of Invictus Productions

Judith and Morehouse President

 Judith Service-Montier with Morehouse College President John Silvanus Wilson

Kemba Cofield '

Jazz singer Kemba Cofield with friend

Jamal Ahmad

Jamal Ahmad 

Chante Cann

Vocalist Chantae Cann performing with Khari Cabral Simmons 

Chante and Khari

The group performed songs from Simmon’s latest album “Clementine Sun”

Bluey on stage

Incognito’s Bluey and Sid Gauld 


Vocalist Vanessa Haynes

on stage

Tony Momrelle, Maysa and Vanessa Haynes


Vanessa Haynes and Natalie Williams 

Maysa in the middle

Maysa performing “Deep Waters”

Khari with a fan

Khari Cabral Simmons taking pictures with fans after the show

Rene with Chante

 Chantae Cann with Magic 107.5 radio personality Rene Miller 


 Vanessa Haynes signing autographs after the show

Maysa signing

 Maysa signing music poster for fan

 Photo Credits: RayCornelius.com