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As Songbirds Readies To Move, A Concert From Richard Lloyd

Richard Lloyd at Songbirds last month.
Songbirds Guitar and Pop Culture Museum
Richard Lloyd at Songbirds last month.

Richard Lloyd is a founding member of the band Television, a fixture of the New York City rock scene of the 1970’s.

The week after Thanksgiving, he returns to the Songbirds Guitar and Pop Culture Museum at 35 Station Street in downtown Chattanooga - performing on Friday, December 1st starting at 7 PM.

Songbirds will hold a few more concerts at Station Street before it closes two days before Christmas - and then moves to its new home at 212 W. Main St., with a grand opening set for the spring.

Reed Caldwell is executive director of the Songbirds Foundation.

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