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From Swayyvo to Genki Genki Panic At Noontunes 2022

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River City Company

A week from tomorrow, Noontunes returns to center stage in downtown Chattanooga.

This year’s series of weekly concerts featuring local musicians begins next Thursday, September 8th and runs through Thursday, October 27th - all concerts starting at Noon in Miller Plaza.

Dawn Hjelseth is with River City Company.

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  • Tomorrow night in downtown Chattanooga, the debut of something new: “The Songbirds Radio Hour.” It’s a new monthly show of music and interviews, hosted in front of a live audience at the Songbirds Guitar and Pop Culture Museum - and each show will have a theme that digs into and beyond the music.
  • Just two years ago, a radio show recorded in front of a live audience at Songbirds would have been impossible. At that time, as the pandemic forced the earlier version of the museum to close, Chattanooga native Dagan Beckett captured that story in the feature documentary "Songbirds," now available through video on demand streaming worldwide.