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Chattanooga, TN – The Jayhawks are turning heads with their new release on American/Lost Highway records titled Rainy Day Music.

On Tuesday, April 8th as part of our Free Lunch segment, we will feature a candid interview with Gary Louris, a founding member of the Jayhawks, and Rick Rubin, the producer of the album.

Thursday's Free Lunch will be the Rainy Day Music album in its entirety.

Chattanooga, TN – Tuesday's Free Lunch features the relatively unknown artist,Bill Ricchini. His debut album, Ordinary Time, was released in October of 2002 on Mega Force records. The album has just started gaining recognition in the U.S., but has been a success in U.K. since its release in 2002.

Chattanooga, TN –

1) Tim Easton
Break Your Mother's Heart
New West Records

2) Terence Martin
Sleeper
Good Dog Records

3) Kathleen Edwards
Failer
Zoe Records

4) Jimi Hendrix
Electric Ladyland

5) Matt Pond PA
The Nature of Maps
Polyvinyl Records

Chattanooga, TN – Eileen Ivers takes several genres of music and throws them into a proverbial blender on her new album, Eileen Ivers and Immigrant Soul.

Ivers, a native of the Bronx New York, was raised among various cultural sounds. Her Irish-American heritage coupled with her multi-cultured childhood has produced a truly unique sounding music. The tracks on Immigrant Soul reflect the Irish traditional music that she grew up on with drum-based African rhythms.

Chattanooga, TN – Colin Grant-Adams has performed at numerous festivals and venues including the historic Blue Bird Cafe, and the famous Station Inn, in Nashville.

His music is designed to touch every emotion, entertaining audiences with his Scottish, Irish, and Folk blended style. His powerful voice is accompanied by his polished guitar playing, and the addition of a humor and storytelling provide additional insentive to an already flawless performance.

Chattanooga, TN – Lyle Lovett's new album, Smile, was released on Feb. 25, and will be played at noon on Thursday as a part of WUTC's Free Lunch

Lyle Lovett is instantly recognizable, by both his voice and hair. His latest album, Smile, is a compilation of recent movie songs performed by Lyle and several guest artists.

Chattanooga, TN – Top 5 Requested Albums
February 16 - 22


1) Wes Cunningham
Pollyanna
Pentavarit Records

2) Calexico
Feast of Wire
Quarterstick Records

3) The Delgados
Hate
Mantra Records

4) Bob Dylan & The Rolling Thunder Revue
Live 1975
Columbia Records

5) Eileen Ivers & Immigrant Soul
Self Titled
Koch Records

Chattanooga, TN – Tuesday's free lunch feature renowned mandolin player, Matt Flinner, and his new album "Walking on the Moon," with the Matt Flinner quartet.

For years, Matt Flinner has been gathering a reputation as one of the world's most inventive and original mandolin players. His style is indicative of early jazz/rock fusion and even delves into the land of funk.

Chattanooga, TN – Top 5 Requested Albums
February 9 - 15


1) Roswell Rudd/Toumani Diabate
Mali Cool
Sunnyside Recordings

2) Terence Martin
Sleeper
Good Dog Music

3) Lucinda Williams
World Without Tears
Lost Highway

4) Kathleen Edwards
Failer
Zoe Records

5) Iron and Wine
The Creek Drank the Cradle
Sub Pop Records

Chattanooga, TN – John Hammond's new album, Ready for Love, is the featured album for Tuesday's Free Lunch on WUTC radio.

Ready for Love is a difficult album to describe. Its random assortment of songs makes it extremely difficult to pinpoint a theme. And I'm a bit perplexed as to the motivation behind covering such songs as Spider And The Fly, by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and the George Jones hit, Just One More. Nevertheless, Hammond manages to carry the different song styles in his own and very unique way.

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