Monday, December 19, 2011

MANIFEST: Distant Relatives

On January 13th, the MANIFEST arts series will make its 2012 debut at The Camp House (1427 Williams St.). The fifteenth edition of the monthly showcase will feature Dana Rogers and Noah Collins, two of Chattanooga’s most iconic musicians.

Dana Rogers is a female singer-songwriter who has established her own avenue in Chattanooga and beyond. She incorporates a very jazz-influenced sound to her songs and is renowned as one of the city’s most original musicians for her melodic guitar and vocal arrangements.

Noah Collins is a Chattanooga native who is highly regarded for the quality of his songs and unique percussive finger-picking style of playing the guitar. He released his debut album Heart on a Line in 2008 and is currently hard at work on a new project. Recently, Noah has had the honor of playing shows with a number of popular acts including Sister Hazel and Mike Willis.

General admission for MANIFEST: Distant Relatives is $8. The Camp House will open its doors for the event promptly at 8 PM.  For further information on MANIFEST, Christian J. Collier can be reached at

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