Chattanooga, Tennessee

Premiere DateJun 9, 2020
00:00 Spotlight on Chattanooga, Tennessee
01:40 Light in the Dark Stellar's Jay
04:47 Washed Up Dead Testaments
08:38 Jillian from The Mailboxes on how they were affected by the pandemic
10:04 All I Know The Mailboxes
12:40 Ifs and Maybes Katrina Barclay
16:23 Spotlight on Chattanooga, Tennessee
20:01 Ben VanderHart of Yellow Racket Records and Telemonster on the state of the world
24:12 For Someone Not So Old Telemonster
29:44 Half the Day El Rocko
33:28 Rabbit Hollow Joel Harris
39:01 Summer Dregs Covid Report
40:14 Play Pretend Summer Dregs (feat. BROSCRISP & Paul Smallman)
43:47 Spotlight on Chattanooga, Tennessee
46:14 Misery The Alexanders
51:42 Blue Amberol Blues Lon Eldridge
55:35 Anthony Quails on the State of the World
56:52 The Man I Thought I’d Never Be Anthony Quails
59:43 Mississippi John Nicholas Edward Williams
63:17 Northbound 29 Randy Steele
65:53 Spotlight on Chattanooga, Tennessee
69:12 Ever Widening Circles Megan Howard and Ryan Oyer
74:04 Passeri (Cassandra) Leebee
76:45 Regret Last Frost
80:57 Spotlight on Chattanooga, Tennessee
81:51 Frozen Sea The Bardos
86:29 It's All Gonna Be Okay Ben Strawn
90:58 Sometimes Nick Lutsko
94:45 Don't Lose Your Heart Out There Endelouz
99:05 A Shadow That Comes From Nothing Mythical Motors
101:06 Rocky Mountain Strawberry Behold the Brave
105:03 Swirl LACING
109:35 Spotlight on Chattanooga, Tennessee
113:45 Vagabond Prayer Jade Alger
117:47 Finish

Chattanooga, Tennessee –  based artists are featured on the June edition of Spotlight on the City. You’ll hear from The Mailboxes, Behold the Brave, Leebee, The Alexanders and more! Plus, I’m highlighting the Chattanooga label Yellow Racket Records. Also, make sure to stay tuned for several of the artists on today’s show talking about the state of the US.  Support your local musicians <3

These are facts about Lottie: She was born in Beaver, Pennsylvania. Her favorite color is green. She plays piano and guitar. She got her start in the music industry when she was hired as the music…

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