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Judah & The Lion, Nashville’s Folk Hop Band! Going to Mars Tour! Apr. 11 and 12! The Mill and Mine.

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Judah & The Lion website

Take It All Back

The band started playing in 2011, playing mostly Christian music. Their debut EP First Fruits was themed around worship. The album was composed of blended folk and bluegrass styles.

Judah & the Lion released their first EP, Sweet Tennessee, on April 16, 2013, and it charted on the Billboard charts on May 4, 2013. The placements were at No. 2 on the Bluegrass Albums, No. 9 on the Heatseekers Albums, and at No. 15 on the Folk Albums. This album was more secular than First Fruits.

Judah & the Lion released their debut full-length studio album, Kids These Days, on September 9, 2014; it entered Billboard’s Heatseekers chart at No. 2 and the Folk Albums chart at No. 4 its first week out. The album garnered the No. 1 spot for Heatseekers in both the South Atlantic and South Central regions and the No. 4 spot for Heatseekers in East North Central, Mountain, and West North Central regions. In addition, Kids These Days entered several other Billboard charts, and their song “Kickin’ da Leaves” accumulated more than one hundred thousand streams since the September 9 release and made Spotify’s VIRAL 50 Chart alongside Meghan Trainor, Fall Out Boy, Betty Who, and Karen O among others.

The band released their second studio album, Folk Hop n’ Roll, on March 4, 2016. The album reached No. 2 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, No. 7 on the Billboard Americana/Folk Albums chart, and No. 17 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart.

In December 2016/January 2017, Judah & the Lion’s single, “Take It All Back”, reached the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart for three consecutive weeks.

The band has toured nationally, including appearing with Twenty One Pilots on their Emotional Roadshow tour from January to March 2017. They began a U.S. […]

Seether! Live at the Mill and Mine! Monday, December 18th!

Seether will perform at the Mill and Mine on Monday, December 18th starting at 8 PM!  Get tickets here!

For more info, check out The Mill and Mine’s website and Seether’s website!

The Revivalists from New Orleans at The Mill and Mine Dec. 12.

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The Revivalists online

The Revivalists live on Conan “Wish I Knew You”

UTK Science Forum – Permission to Sleep

WUTK stays on the air with donations from listeners and the non-profit University of Tennessee College of Arts and Sciences and the UT Science Forum. Sharing cutting-edge scientific research with the public, the UT Science Forum is a weekly Friday lunchtime lecture series on the UT campus. The UT Science Forum provides an excellent opportunity for students, UT professors and the general public to learn about the latest research at UT, ORNL, and other local facilities.

 

On Friday, December 1st, Theresa M. Lee, Dean of the UT College of Arts & Sciences and Professor of Psychology will present Permission to Sleep, at 12 P.M. in the Thompson Boling Area Café, Room A. This educational forum is free to the public, including UT students.

 

Grab your lunch and settle in for a 40-minute presentation designed for a general audience and a Q&A session afterwards.

 

For more information, schedule of speakers, and parking details, visit http://scienceforum.utk.edu/

 

St. Vincent’s “Fear the Future” tour arrives at the Tennessee Theatre, Friday November 24

Tickets on sale 6/30! (Presale: 6/27)

St. Vincent website

Venue website.

“Cruel” – VIDEO

UTK Science Forum – Vehicle Cyber Security: Where the Rubber Meets the Code

WUTK stays on the air with donations from listeners and the non-profit University of Tennessee College of Arts and Sciences and the UT Science Forum. Sharing cutting-edge scientific research with the public, the UT Science Forum is a weekly Friday lunchtime lecture series on the UT campus. The UT Science Forum provides an excellent opportunity for students, UT professors and the general public to learn about the latest research at UT, ORNL, and other local facilities.

 

On Friday, November 17th, Stacy Prowell, Chief Cybersecurity Research Scientist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory will present Vehicle Cyber Security: Where the Rubber Meets the Code, at 12 P.M. in the Thompson Boling Area Café, Room A. This educational forum is free to the public, including UT students.

 

Grab your lunch and settle in for a 40-minute presentation designed for a general audience and a Q&A session afterwards.

 

For more information, schedule of speakers, and parking details, visit http://scienceforum.utk.edu/

 

UTK Science Forum – The Pigeon River Recovery Project: Restoring Aquatic Diversity

WUTK stays on the air with donations from listeners and the non-profit University of Tennessee College of Arts and Sciences and the UT Science Forum. Sharing cutting-edge scientific research with the public, the UT Science Forum is a weekly Friday lunchtime lecture series on the UT campus. The UT Science Forum provides an excellent opportunity for students, UT professors and the general public to learn about the latest research at UT, ORNL, and other local facilities.

 

On Friday, November 10th, Joyce Coombs, Coordinator of the Pigeon River Recovery Project and Research Associate in the Department of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries of the UT Institute of Agriculture will present The Pigeon River Recovery Project: Restoring Aquatic Diversity, at 12 P.M. in the Thompson Boling Area Café, Room A. This educational forum is free to the public, including UT students.

 

Grab your lunch and settle in for a 40-minute presentation designed for a general audience and a Q&A session afterwards.

 

For more information, schedule of speakers, and parking details, visit http://scienceforum.utk.edu/

 

Indie Experimental Rockers Grizzly Bear hit The Mill and Mine Stage on November 9th at 8 pm. Listen for their new music on 90.3 The Rock

Get Tickets Now. Right here.

Grizzly Bear online.

Listen to Mourning Sound from their new album to be released on Aug. 18. Called “Painted Ruins”

Grizzly Bear music video “Yet Again”

The Mill and Mine online

Primus @ The Tennessee Theatre, Tuesday, November 7th! Ambushing The Storm Tour.

“My Name is Mud” (VIDEO)

Band website.

Venue website

Primus announces their first album in six years, The Desaturating Seven, plus hear the lurching “The Seven”: http://cos.lv/wAAl30e2Xqz  !!!

Tennessee Theatre online and show info.

Get Primus Tickets right here.

 

UTK Science Forum: The Seen and Unseen Benefits that Bats Provide to Humans

WUTK stays on the air with donations from listeners and the non-profit University of Tennessee College of Arts and Sciences and the UT Science Forum. Sharing cutting-edge scientific research with the public, the UT Science Forum is a weekly Friday lunchtime lecture series on the UT campus. The UT Science Forum provides an excellent opportunity for students, UT professors and the general public to learn about the latest research at UT, ORNL, and other local facilities.

 

This Friday, November 3rd, Gary McCracken, Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, UT College of Arts & Sciences will present The Seen and Unseen Benefits that Bats Provide to Humans, at 12 P.M. in the Thompson Boling Area Café, Room A. This educational forum is free to the public, including UT students.

 

Grab your lunch and settle in for a 40-minute presentation designed for a general audience and a Q&A session afterwards.

 

For more information, schedule of speakers, and parking details, visit http://scienceforum.utk.edu/