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Free Lunch for Tuesday, August 5
Chattanooga, TN – On Tuesday, WUTC will air Kate Campbell's latest release, "Monuments" in its entirety.
Campbell, a Nashville based singer-songwriter, comments on the societal changes below the mason-dixon line.
"Monuments" is Cambell's sixth album and first for Large River recordings. Her first performance was at a church with her sister singing Dolly Parton's "Daddy was an old time preacher man."
Campbell's influences were James Taylor, Peter, Paul, and Mary, and Kris Kristofferson.
For more information on Kate Campbell, visit KateCambell.com