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SoundBites: Golden and Rust, Jason Lyles - and More

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Each month, SoundCorps - the music nonprofit here in Chattanooga - showcases five locally-produced songs in “SoundBites,” which supports our own musicians.

Stratton Tingle - executive director of SoundCorps - tells us about the latest SoundBites.

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