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WDVX Tennessee Shines host Paige Travis leaves show

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Paige Travis, host of the WDVX Tennessee Shines Radio Show since its rebirth in 2012 is moving on. Her final show as host of Tennessee Shines will be tonight, December 21, at Boyd’s Jig & Reel with musical guests The Young Fables.

Travis has taken a full-time job in the Communications Department of the City of Knoxville. Recently appointed WDVX program director Katie Cauthen will oversee booking and anchor the show along with guest hosts who curate the evening’s program. “We appreciate the incredible music and performers Paige has brought to the show, many of them emerging artists that appear at bigger venues soon after a stop at Tennessee Shines. We wish Paige the best of luck in her new role with the City,” said Cauthen.

The weekly show will take a holiday break and return Wednesday, January 4, with Matt Woods as the first performer of 2017 at Boyd’s Jig and Reel in Knoxville’s Old City.

The station celebrates twenty years on the air in 2017. WDVX is a listener supported radio station popular throughout the world for its American roots mix of music that includes Bluegrass, Blues, Folk, Swing, Celtic, Alt-Country, Classic Country, Classic Rock, and more. The station is a service of non-profit organization Cumberland Communities Communications Corporation. Its broadcast on 89.9 FM reaches eleven counties in East Tennessee and Southeast Kentucky, on 102.9 in downtown Knoxville, and 93.9 in the Seymour and Kodak areas and its webcast is heard online around the world at

Published December 21, 2016

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