Chattanooga, TN – WUTC/NPR Music 88 has a new opportunity for businesses in the Chattanooga area. Your firm can become an important part of WUTC's support base through participation in the WUTC Business Partnership.
The New album Rise, from Nashville based singer/songwriter Kim Richey will be featured as the Free Lunch on Thursday, December 12th at 12noon.
Chattanooga, TN – Kim Richey began playing guitar in high school and formed her first band in college. After living in South America, Europe, Boston and Colorado, she decided to move to Nashville for a career in country music. Mercury later signed her to a contract and released her self-titled debut, which was produced by Richard Bennett. Bitter Sweet followed two years later, and in 1999 Richey resurfaced with Glimmer.
Chattanooga, TN – Morning Edition will premiere its first original radio play, "I'd Rather Eat Pants", in five daily eight-minute segments from December 16-20, 2002. The play was recorded live at Thye Museum of Television and Radio in Beverly Hills on November 1 as part of the grand opening of NPR West, NPR's new L.A.-base multimedia production center.
The humorous five-act play, directed by noted Broadway director Gordon Hunt, is the story of an elderly couple's trek from New York to Los Angeles on a young slacker's motorcycle to find fame, fortune and a whole lot more.
"The songs on Beeline are about the present," says singer-songwriter Peter Case of his latest album an immediate, musically multi-lingual missive from the frontlines of his emotions. "I'm not carrying the weight of telling stories of the past, I'm telling the story of right now and so I'm free to emote: Just lean back, close my eyes and sing."
WUTC intern Sean Phipps gives us an overview of the first solo release by Built To Spill frontman, Doug Martsch.
By Sean Phipps
Chattanooga, TN – With nothing more than a guitar and a rootsy blues mentality, Doug Martsch (leader of the psychedelic alternative country band, Built to Spill) has created Now You Know, his first solo album.
Chattanooga, TN – WUTC-FM 88.1 is now offering a radio management class for college course credit. The class, listed at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, is Communication 400 (Radio Operations). The course will be taught by the radio station's management, and will provide insight into radio's management, programming, and production. It will meet on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5:30 to 7:30PM (Eastern Time), January 9 - April 24.
To inquire about attending this course, call the admissions office of The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, at (423) 425-4662.
Join us on Tuesday, Nov. 19th and Thursday, Nov. 21st at 12noon, to hear Pual McCartney's new double live album: Back In The U.S., in its entirety.
Chattanooga, TN – Join us on Tuesday, November 19th and Thursday, November 21st to hear Paul McCartney's New Album: Back In The U.S., in it's entirety. The album is a collection of the best performances from Paul's summer tour of the states, where he sings numerous Beatles' and Wings songs.
Chattanooga, TN – WUTC is occasionally in need of equipment or supplies that are not broadcast oriented. We do not spend money raised during our pledge drives on non-broadcast oriented equipment. We instead rely on our listeners to help out when and where they can.
Chattanooga, TN – In order for us to offer our web-streaming service to our listeners, we need to secure funds to cover the maintenance and bandwidth overage costs. For a monthly gift of $500, we have extended term spaces available on our web pages for your business. If you would like to support WUTC's website, please call LaWaunda January or Ken Dryden at (423)425-4756 or by e-mail: