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The WAWL Students - Fall 2014

Andrew C Blake O Brandan G Brittany L Christian P
The Dome Jed I Knight Bran Money B Nicole Alex
Jet S Kaitlyn M Veronica P Kristin W Matt S
The jet JtJaded Ronnnie Krissy Z Red Ryder
Nathaniel W Rhonica Samantha D Sharika P Tracey B
Cnizko Mahogany Lady Jane Sharika T L Belle
Tucker B Matt S Lou Fury    
Kevin Chunk Lou Fury    
 
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  Angela McClister
        ☆ Angela McClister ☆

The WAWL jocks

       
Uncle Don- Music and Program Director. The WAWL’s exciting and magnetic on-air segments span the spectrum from Reggae to Native American, New Age, Jazz, Metal, Punk, Local, hip-hop and R&B. The Chattanooga market is a “stepping stone” for many celebrated musicians, making the WAWL’s focus on local talent a very popular launching pad for new talent in the area. The WAWL’s unique alternative format also appeals to a broad demographic audience by filling a musical void
Although listed as a Radio Announcer, DMac is the nuts-and-bolts guy who does the behind the scenes production work and deals with the technical problems to keep the WAWL broadcasting twenty-four hours per day and who assists radio class students with their learning challenges David P Flying Man
Uncle Don- Music and Program Director David Mac David Pierce Flyingman
Blaze Steven Bates Sly Crooner Sista Lyle Nathan Braden
Blaze Steven Bates Sly Crooner Sista Lyle Nathan Braden
Zippy Sam Blevins DAve Reagan Eugene Arnold Jacob Madewell

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Sam Blevins Dave Reagan Eugene Arnold Jacob Madewell
Bohemian Bob  
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Bohemian Bob        
Bohemian Bob, host of the Good Time Blues Hour, is a graphic designer, musician, artist, photographer and radio personality who plays and enjoys blues. http://www.bandmix.com/bohemian-bob/
Nathan Braden is the host of the Local Music Show, exclusively for artists who perform live acts in Chattanooga. The show airs each Thursday from 6-8pm. If you hear it on the Local Music show, you can catch it live at a venue near you!
Although listed as a Radio Announcer, DMac is the nuts-and-bolts guy who does the behind the scenes production work and deals with the technical problems to keep the WAWL broadcasting twenty-four hours per day and who assists radio class students with their learning challenges.
Uncle Don, the Music and Program Director. The WAWL's exciting and magnetic on-air segments span the spectrum from Reggae to Native American, New Age, Jazz, Metal, Punk, Local, hip-hop and R&B. The Chattanooga market is a "stepping stone" for many celebrated musicians, making the WAWL's focus on local talent a very popular launching pad for new talent in the area. The WAWL's unique alternative format also appeals to a broad demographic audience by filling a musical void.
It's Sly The Cat here in Swanktown "cool like jazz and never ever nervous, tuxedo tested, martini ready, your ultimate swank lounge lizard at your service". When they ask who's your Swanktown connection say Sly The Cat! Listen to these modern urban fairy tales laced with delicious grooves and cool tunes and learn the secrets of swank. Available in a one hour commercial format or half hour non commercial. It's like Garrison Keillor for the martini set with traces of Lord Buckley, Phil Hendrie and Al “Jazzbeaux" Collins. Now swank it, baby!
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