Music

By BARRY COURTER

Thanks to an inquisitive — and well-connected — tourist to Chattanooga, former Impressions member Richard Brooks is selling new music.

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By SUSAN PIERCE

Although he's a self-described "theater nerd," Michael Dexter admits he wasn't familiar with "Les Miserables" when he auditioned for the Chattanooga Theatre Centre's production. Even so, not only was he cast in the production — he got the lead.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

Chattanooga, I'm ashamed of myself.

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By STAFF REPORT

The Singing Echoes, a Grammy-nominated family of Southern gospel singers and musicians, are celebrating their 44th anniversary this week by hosting the annual Blue Springs Valley Singing at home base, Singing Echoes Park in Cleveland, Tenn.

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By CASEY PHILLIPS

When Chris Carpenter discusses the circumstances that led him to join the swollen ranks of Nashville's career singers/songwriters in 2009, his mind has a tendency to orbit questions enthusiastically before answering them.

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Travis Tritt, the country singer behind such hits as "Help Me Hold On," "Anymore" and "Country Club," will headline the second annual Summer Fest in Whitwell, Tenn., on Saturday, July 19.

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The monthly concert series Sunset on the Pond continues 6-10 p.m. Saturday, August 16, at the Rossville Duck Pond, 220 E. Lake Ave. (corner of Richmond Avenue behind the Bi-Lo).

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Marlow Drive, a local act that plays "Tennessee riverbank blues/rock," will be shooting a music video for the song "Lights Are Turning Red," Saturday, July 19, at 10 p.m. at Sky Zoo, 5709 Lee Highway.

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Four professionally trained opera singers -- Beth Duroy (soprano), Ted Long (baritone), Keith Rollins (tenor) and Sara Snider Schone (mezzo soprano), from left -- will present some of the most beautiful music ever written for the stage in a Divas and Gents performance at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 19, at ...

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