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SoundCorps Now Accepting Craft Masters Applications

SoundCorps is now accepting applications for the upcoming Craft Masters eight-week music industry intensive course. Ten class members will be accepted to the music business accelerator program ...

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"Strange Days have found us, Strange Days have tracked us down." I don't know how many of you have enough years under your belts to remember the Doors second LP, released in 1967 (one of the handful of records I bought the day it came out), but ... Read more

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ArtsBuild has established an Artist Emergency Fund to help self-employed artists of all arts disciplines in Hamilton County recover from lost income due to the cancellation of a specific scheduled gig or opportunity (such as a commission ... Read more

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Thomas Csorba returns to Chattanooga this Saturday at 7 p.m. at The Woodshop on St. Elmo Avenue. Csorba brings classic Americana into 2020 with a country-tinged folk sound that’s exactly what’s been missing from the modern music scene. Read more

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St. Paddy’s Day is upon us and there’s more to do than you can shake a shillelagh at… This Saturday, SoundCorps and the Honest Pint present the 7th annual Paddy’s on the Parkway celebration, one of downtown’s favorite parties of the year. Music ... Read more

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A sweet, sweet sound that is reminiscent of all the peaceful things in life: a perfect cup of coffee, the summertime sun, maybe the crackling of a campfire. I’m describing Jason Lyles’ voice, and his guitar playing perfectly coordinates with his ... Read more

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If you ask local composer and musician Ben Van Winkle why he makes music, he’ll tell you: “To express our humanity. And express that we are all just humans.” I would have to agree that his music does just that. Van Winkle successfully captures ... Read more

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