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$10 Million Miller Park Renovation Adds Greenspace, Performance Venue

You might say it’s downtown Chattanooga’s newest music venue: the EPB Community Stage at the newly-renovated Miller Park is a building with a glass front that lifts up like a garage door. It overlooks a new 25,000 square-foot greenspace where people can walk, play, and sit and watch performances. All day Friday, September 14, there will be live music, children’s activities, and performance art to celebrate the park’s re-opening after a year of renovation work.

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Chattanooga, TN – 5 Most Requested Albums
Sunday, January 26 - Saturday, February 1


1) Kathleen Edwards
Failer
Zoe Records

2) Bob Dylan & Rolling Thunder Revue
Live 1975: Bootleg Series Volume V
Columbia

3) Laura Walker
The Piney Rose
www.laurawalker.com

4) DJ Spooky
Optometry
Thirsty Ear Records

5) Various Artists
Wild Thornburys Soundtrack
Jive Records

Chattanooga, TN – The Free Lunch this Tuesday features the renowned guitarist, Ry Cooder and Cuban legend Manuel Galban, with their collaboration of catchy, instrumental surf music.

It's been 15 years since Ry Cooder released an album that featured him as the artist and producer, but it was worth the wait. Mambo Sinuendo pairs Cooder with Cuban guitar sensation, Manuel Galban.

Together they have created a masterpiece of sunny rhythms in the style of the Ventures with the aid of Galban's "twangy guitar."

Chattanooga, TN – Thanks to stations like WUTC many albums that would often go unheard on commercial radio are getting a second chance.

'Failer,' a new album by 24-year-old, alternative-country diva Kathleen Edwards is a perfect example. On Thursday, Jan. 30, WUTC will present the Failer in its entirety as a part of the weekly Free Lunch from noon to 1p.m.

Edwards has been compared to artists like Lucinda Williams, but admits to Rolling Stone magazine that her real influence is a different artist.

Chattanooga, TN – Iron and Wine (Free lunch for Thursday, Jan 16)
By Sean Phipps

Chattanooga, TN – Festive Fifty 2002

Chattanooga, TN – WUTC/NPR Music 88 has a new opportunity for businesses in the Chattanooga area. Your firm can become an important part of WUTC's support base through participation in the WUTC Business Partnership.

The New album Rise, from Nashville based singer/songwriter Kim Richey will be featured as the Free Lunch on Thursday, December 12th at 12noon.

Chattanooga, TN – Kim Richey began playing guitar in high school and formed her first band in college. After living in South America, Europe, Boston and Colorado, she decided to move to Nashville for a career in country music. Mercury later signed her to a contract and released her self-titled debut, which was produced by Richard Bennett. Bitter Sweet followed two years later, and in 1999 Richey resurfaced with Glimmer.

Chattanooga, TN – 5 Most Requested Albums
December 1 - December 7


1) Ramsay Midwood
Shootout At The OK Chinese Restaurant
Vanguard

2) Jeff Buckley & Gary Lucas
Songs To No One 1991-1992
Evolver

3) Dan Landrum
Turning Point
www.danlandrum.com

4) Rose Smith
Dawnraiding
Paras

5) Johnny Cash
American IV: The Man Comes Around
Lost Highway

Chattanooga, TN – 5 Most Requested Albums
November 24 - November 30


1) George Harrison
Brainwashed
Capitol

2) Bob Dylan and the Rolling Thunder Revue
Live 1975: Bootleg Series Vol. V
Columbia

3) David Gray
A New Day At Midnight
RCA

4) Alison Krauss + Union Station
Live
Rounder

5) The Very Girls
Elsewhere Bound
Recovery

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