Ginger Cowgirl At Charles And Myrtles On Saturday

Friday, January 18, 2019

Ginger Cowgirl will be at Charles and Myrtles, 105 McBrien Road, on Saturday at 8 p.m. Suggested donation is $10.

About Ginger Cowgirl:

Nashville-based band Ginger Cowgirl’s approach is nevertheless rooted in the tradition of classic country brevity, wit and soul. Throw in some pedal steel, rockin' telecaster twang, worldly lyrics and front-woman Stacy Antonel’s eclectic vocals, and you have a unique brand of Americana music.  The core of Ginger Cowgirl is California-born Antonel, a vocalist whose range and versatility allow her to sing rock, jazz, soul, pop and country with equal proficiency and passion.

She’s a classically trained pianist from the age of 7, holds a degree from UC Berkeley, and got her start in the music industry singing jingles while living in Buenos Aires, Argentina.


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Tickets For Citizen Cope On Sale Friday


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Entertainment

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Appalachian Ambassador of the Fiddle Randall Franks was inducted into America’s Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame alongside Jimmy Bowen, Gail Davies, Jeannie C. Riley, and Grand Ole Opry star Jeannie Seely. “I am deeply honored to be included in such company,” Mr. Franks said. “I never imagined as a Georgia boy who just loved to play my fiddle and sing, that one day my efforts ... (click for more)

Lee’s Harnsberger To Perform Faculty Recital Oct. 21

Marimba soloist Dr. Andrew Harnsberger will present a faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21, in Lee University’s Pangle Hall. The program will also welcome guest percussion ensemble Scott Herring, Caitlin Jones and Bailey Seabury. The performance will include Adam Silverman’s “Dead Reckoning,” Benjamin Finley’s “Saragorda Sound,” and Gareth Farr’s “Traveller.” The recital ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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Opinion

Ignored By The Water Company

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Roy Exum: Let’s Start With Truth

By all accounts the public schools in Chattanooga and Hamilton County are far from what the average taxpayer would want them to be. Our schools are our number one priorities, this easily reflected by the fact they now receive over 60 percent of the total county budget -- the most money ever allocated to public education in history -- and the unbridled desire of our booming area ... (click for more)