Music

By CASEY PHILLIPS

When most bands take the stage, the only response they want from the audience is dancing, clapping and whistling. To those bands, cascading streamers of toilet paper and handfuls of rice could be a turnoff.

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By BARRY COURTER

Every now and then a book comes across the desk here and I wonder how I ever got along without it for all of these years. The “Infographic Guide to Music,” as well as its companion guides to literature, sports and life, the universe and everything, is not one of ...

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

You probably know him for his prodigious musical talent, but you might be surprised to find that Dave Grohl is also a pretty with-it dude when it comes to the ways of love.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

In a career spanning half a century, Dave Mason’s fingers have been in so many musical pies it’s surprising he can spare any for his guitar.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Senior Choir of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and a guest instrumental ensemble will present the Chattanooga premiere of Bob Chilcott’s Requiem in a performance on All Saints’ Sunday.

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By STAFF REPORT

Grammy Award-winning artist Ray LaMontagne will showcase a new album, “Supernova” and new band as he continues his fall tour with a show at 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31, at the Tivoli Theatre, 709 Broad St.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Music Department at Covenant College will present soprano Sarah Shafer in a free recital

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By STAFF REPORT

Fiddle banjo piano accordion

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By STAFF REPORT

Mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili sings the signature role of the ill-fated gypsy temptress in Bizet’s “Carmen,” the next production in The Met: Live in HD series of broadcasts to two area theaters

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By STAFF REPORT

Gospel soloist Ivan Parker will headline an Operation Heal Our Patriots benefit concert

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