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Make Music Chattanooga To Showcase Local Talent

Friday, April 29, 2016

Make Music Chattanooga is a community-wide event celebrating the local music scene and showcasing talent throughout the streets of the city. On Make Music Day, a worldwide celebration, musicians of all ages and levels will be performing live on streets, sidewalks, rooftops, venues and parks throughout the city.

The inaugural event takes place Tuesday, June 21, from 12-9 p.m. All events are free and open to the public. 

There is still a need for performers, volunteers (prior to/day of event) and outdoor public spaces. Check the website for detailed information at www.makemusicday.org/chattanooga or email Chattanooga@makemusicday.org. 

The outdoor public performance spaces already confirmed include: Bessie Smith Cultural Center lawn, Chattanooga Public Library, Carmike Majestic 12 parking lot, The Granfalloon parking lot, and Miller Plaza.


Auditions For Giant Steps: An Urbean Musical Are Sunday And Tuesday

On Golden Pond Returns To Cumberland County Playhouse

Smith Takes Third On NBC’s “American Song Contest”


Audition for the world premier of Giant Steps: An Urbean Musical will be on Sunday and Tuesday at Chattanooga Theatre Centre. With music and lyrics by Chattanoogan Michael Dexter, Giant Steps ... (click for more)

Beginning May 20, Ernest Thompson’s cherished classic On Golden Pond returns to the Adventure Theater. “It’s been almost 15 years since this lovely play has graced the Playhouse stage,” said ... (click for more)

Lee University alumnus Jordan Smith finished third in the NBC all-live music competition “American Song Contest” with his original song “Sparrow.” Winners were announced at the conclusion of ... (click for more)



Entertainment

Auditions For Giant Steps: An Urbean Musical Are Sunday And Tuesday

Audition for the world premier of Giant Steps: An Urbean Musical will be on Sunday and Tuesday at Chattanooga Theatre Centre. With music and lyrics by Chattanoogan Michael Dexter, Giant Steps is a contemporary twist on the classic fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk. Set in the inner city of a major American metropolis, It features music that ranges from gospel to calypso. Roles ... (click for more)

On Golden Pond Returns To Cumberland County Playhouse

Beginning May 20, Ernest Thompson’s cherished classic On Golden Pond returns to the Adventure Theater. “It’s been almost 15 years since this lovely play has graced the Playhouse stage,” said Producing Director Bryce McDonald. “And we felt the time was perfect to revisit this life-affirming story about mending fractured relationships and living - and aging - with grace.” About ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Unresponsive Female Inmate At The Silverdale Jail Dies; Investigation Underway

An unresponsive female inmate at the Silverdale Detention Center died after being taken to the hospital. On Monday at approximately 2 p.m., Hamilton County EMS was called to Silverdale in response to a medical emergency involving an unresponsive female inmate (age 53). The inmate was transported to a local hospital where she was pronounced deceased. The inmate’s next ... (click for more)

Woman Gets 6-Year Suspended Sentence In 2018 Stabbing Death Of George Deramus

A woman charged in the stabbing death of 60-year-old George Deramus pleaded guilty on Monday morning to the lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter. Tavowia Hinton, who was 49 at the time of the Dec. 2, 2018, incident, had been facing a charge of second-degree murder. She was given a six-year prison sentence, but it was suspended. Ms. Hinton was directed not to have any contact ... (click for more)

Opinion

Student Debt - And Response (3)

“And so we come to commencement, that glorious moment of achievement when a high school or college graduate will be awarded a hard-earned diploma and venture into a complex world full of promise and fright.” Uh-huh. Except for over 40 million young Americans who are saddled with a collective debt of well over $1.5 trillion, and who are being “blamed” by conservatives like Roy ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: "Miss Mary Frances"

I have written dozens of obituaries in my life and eulogized many people. I am not ashamed to admit I think I am good at it and I am flattered when a friend’s family approaches me to ask for my help. I have written a number of obituaries on those who are still alive who want to “proof-read” what will be turned into the funeral home and I have honored death-bed requests that this ... (click for more)