Shane founded Jazzanooga as a one-day festival to showcase Chattanooga's role in the creation of jazz as America's original musical art form. Jazzanooga has quickly grown into much more, becoming a year-round organization dedicated to education, advancement, promotion, development and more. He discusses the organization's new name and direction, as well as the current state of arts and culture in the city as it relates to "the arts are for all."
Tennis umpire Dana Loconto -
Favorite Festival Moments: 38 years of watching things change.
Janet ”The Tennessee Tramp” Williams: Still going strong at 71.
Festival talk with Jeff Styles: We talk about some favorite concerts.
Mitch Ryder: River City Sessions
The Impressions: Fred Cash and Sam Gooden talk about 60 years together.
Songwriting: Nathan Bell shares his thoughts on the craft -
Barry with Barry: Some of my Stories -
Dan Rose and Max Poppel: The guys behind The Crashpad and Flying Squirrel -
David Moore: 40 years behind the lens -
Ricardo Morris: Marketing the arts to all -
George S. Clinton: Anything is possible -
Genesis the Greykid
Stephen Hargis: "Eight Hateful Miles"
Holly Mulcahy: "No wrong answers"
Barking Legs Theater celebrates 25 years
Sleep Meditation Bedtime Stories For Grownups - The Golden Collection By Dan Jones (Slumberland Bedtime Stories for Grown Ups)
Kingdom Power Fellowship Int‘l
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