Music

By STAFF REPORT

The guest artists set for the next String Theory concert won’t leave town after a single show. Instead, they’re booked for several events that will divide their time between the chamber series’ sponsors: the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga and Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Shortly after Track 29 opened its doors on Market Street, one of the first acts to grace its stage was country rocker Corey Smith. It was a sellout.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Drummer and vocalist Sagit Shir lives for the stage. It energizes her. It’s where she says she feels most at home, the most centered.

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By BARRY COURTER

Even though Derek Trucks announced almost a year ago that he would be leaving the Allman Brothers Band (along with Warren Haynes), it wasn’t until about six weeks ago that all of the contracted obligations ended. Which means that for the first time really since he was 20 years old, ...

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By SUSAN PIERCE

Concertgoers have the rare opportunity to be part of a music history preservation project Sunday evening, Jan. 25, when internationally known baritone Robert Sims from Chicago joins InSpirit Men’s Chorus for a live recording of spirituals at First Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

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By BARRY COURTER

While talking to a local club/restaurant owner who has been in the business for several decades, I was reminded of some of the surefire signs that a new such place will not make it. This is not to wish failure on anybody but is rather a collection of insights from ...

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Forget Kool-Aid; we’ve all been drinking digital ethanol.

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By STAFF REPORT

A former co-director of the University of Tennessee’s Pride of the Southland Marching Band will be in Chattanooga on Sunday, Jan. 25, to lead Pacific Lutheran University’s Wind Ensemble in a shared concert with the Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences Symphonic Band.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

Eleven high school juniors and seniors will compete for $1,900 in cash prizes during the annual vocal competition sponsored by the Performing Arts League on Sunday, Jan. 25, in the chapel of First Baptist Church in the Golden Gateway.

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By STAFF REPORT

Josh Turner, the country singer of “Long Black Train,” “Your Man” and “Firecracker” fame, will be in concert Tuesday, Jan. 27, at Track 29.

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