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Sounds Of Living And Learning On UTC’s Music Row

From UTC’s Music Row page.
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From UTC’s Music Row page.

Did you know there’s a Music Row here on our campus at UTC?

Joshua Shoop - a student intern for Scenic Roots - checked it out this past semester.

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