Ladysmith Black Mambazo Performs At UTC Feb. 16

Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Ladysmith Black Mambazo will be performing at the UTC Fine Arts Center on Feb. 16 to support the release of their new album Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Friends.

The group has shared the stage with scores of artists from around the world, representing just about every musical genre since their early days in the 1960’s.
The new 30 track collection again showcases their versatility, featuring collaborations with some of the world’s most influential artists including Paul Simon, Lou Rawls, Emmylou Harris, Josh Groban, Taj Mahal, Natalie Merchant, Sarah McLachlan, Dolly Parton and many more.

Ladysmith Black Mambazo will be performing songs from their previous album Songs From A Zulu Farm, for which they recently received a Grammy nomination.
This will mark the 16th nomination for the group.


Buck To Direct Scopes Trial Play In Dayton

Lost Dog Street Band Performs At The Signal July 9

Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events


Dan Buck, associate professor of theatre at Lee University, will direct this year’s Scopes Trial Play in Rhea County’s annual Scopes Festival. The play, “The Scopes Trial: Monkey in the Middle,” ... (click for more)

Dark country trio Lost Dog Street Band will perform at the The Signal on July 9 in support of their album Glory, released earlier this year to positive coverage from Billboard, American Songwriter, ... (click for more)

Here are the upcoming Chattanooga Live Music events through Wednesday. Check the CLM Facebook schedule page for details of each event. 23-Jun Big River Grille (In Town) w/ John Paris at 5:30 ... (click for more)



Entertainment

Buck To Direct Scopes Trial Play In Dayton

Dan Buck, associate professor of theatre at Lee University, will direct this year’s Scopes Trial Play in Rhea County’s annual Scopes Festival. The play, “The Scopes Trial: Monkey in the Middle,” written by Dayton playwright Gale Johnson, will be performed four times between Friday, July 15, and Sunday, July 17. “Monkey in the Middle” is a reenactment of the famous 1925 Scopes ... (click for more)

Lost Dog Street Band Performs At The Signal July 9

Dark country trio Lost Dog Street Band will perform at the The Signal on July 9 in support of their album Glory, released earlier this year to positive coverage from Billboard, American Songwriter, Glide Magazine, Holler. and more (Anti-Corp Music). Review for Lost Dog Street Band: Also, this appears to be the last time fans can catch the band live. In a recent Instagram post, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

2 Female Inmates Who Walked Away From Chattanooga Release Center Captured In Nashville

The two inmates who walked away from the Chattanooga Release Center Friday night are now back in custody. Katelyn Standifer, 26, was serving a three-year sentence for theft out of Knox County. Ashley Wardlaw, 36, was serving a four-year sentence for theft out of Davidson County. Their sentences were set to expire in 2023. The women were located Saturday afternoon while walking ... (click for more)

East Ridge Completes No Tax Increase Budget; Fairfield Inn Slated For $2.4 Million In Upgrades As It Joins Border Region

The budget for the fiscal year starting July 1, 2022 and ending June 30, 2023 for the city of East Ridge was passed on a final vote at the council meeting Thursday. There will be no property tax increase. The tax rate remains at $1.25 for every $100 of assessed value of property. The final budget amendment of the year was also passed, which cleaned up purchases made at the previous ... (click for more)

Opinion

Soddy Daisy: Home To Bad Food, Worse Roads, And No Gasoline - And Response

I enjoy Soddy Daisy. Truly I do. But over the past six years or so, everything in the town has been going downhill, and quite fast. There is simply no place to eat in Soddy Daisy that offers any nutritional value or variety. Burger King, McDonald's, Sonic, KFC, Taco Bell, Wendy's, Bojangles. This is what we have to feed our children. Now a couple people may say what about ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Hope, Not Judgment

In the last years of my mother’s blessed life, she would watch two or three TV preachers in the afternoons. She adored it and darn near memorized the messages. Of course, I would kid her, asking how many of the viewers did she imagine would sip on a glass of “communion” during the telecasts. Oh, mother would never over-imbibe, not in a million years, but the combination of a great ... (click for more)