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Georgia On Our Mind

Posted: Nov 05, 2009

Georgia On Our Mind

In this upcoming week, Swampland/Mystery And Manners will cover various topics relating to Athens, Georgia. In no particular order—depending on scheduling—the subjects in the spotlight this coming week will be The Georgia Theatre, UGA’s Music Business School, Widespread Panic, Bloodkin, David Barbe, The Drive By Truckers, The Georgia Review, Don Chambers and peripheral artists such as Chuck Leavell, The Georgia Music Hall of Fame’s Lisa Love and The Allman Brothers-tour mystic and Big House curator Kirk West. Look for the latest from each camp. From here on it’s daily updates, so come back tomorrow. Send us your feedback. Back to the preparation…

James Calemine

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