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Seniors Got Talent Chattanooga

Now announcing

2023 Seniors Got Talent Chattanooga Winners!

1st Place

Bonnie Hannah

Pianist, Age 82

2nd Place

Jim Herman

Singer, Age 79

3rd Place

Crystal Little

Singer/Pianist, Age 70

People's Choice Award

Trembling Troubadours

Choir, ages 64-80

See what Seniors Got Talent Chattanooga is all about

Enjoy a short recap of Morning Pointe Seniors Got Talent Chattanooga, TN 2023.

Join us July 29 at the Silverdale Center Creekside Theater for the 2024 show!

For more fun, watch a behind-the-scenes reel from the 2023 show.


Gino D

On-Air Radio Personality with Hits 96

Hey, it’s Gino D! Music and pop culture are my passions, and I’m stoked to share that love with you every weekday from 2 pm to 7 pm on The Afternoon Show.

One of my favorite parts of what I do is connecting with amazing artists, groups, and actors, and sharing their stories with you! When you tune in, you can expect non-stop fun with games, giveaways, pop culture and food news, plus, “Let’s Talk Dating with Brock Olsen. “I’ve also got your weekend plans covered with “3 Things To Do This Weekend in Chattanooga,” courtesy of NOOGAToday.

Living in Chattanooga is a blast, and being “LIVE and LOCAL” with you all makes it even better. Your energy and support mean the world to me, and I’m committed to bringing you joy every day.

I’ve had the privilege to interview some incredible guests, from chart-toppers like Charlie Puth, Jax, and Gayle, to amazing musicians like Louis Tomlinson, Charlieonnafriday, Em Beihold, Rosa Linn and more! I can’t wait to see who will be stopping by next!

When I’m not on the radio, I’m part of the Improv Comedy Troupe in town… Improv Chattanooga! Where I host and play in shows all over the area. Come on out and laugh with me!

You can also catch me every Thursday morning between 10 am-11 am on News Channel 9’s The Daily Refresh for ‘A Pop Culture Refresh with Gino D.’

Join me on this radio adventure – and together, we’ll rock the air waves, live life to the fullest, and make every moment count!


Josh Robinson

Executive Producer of The Daily Refresh in Chattanooga, TN

Josh Robinson wants to say “Hey y’all!” Josh grew up in Collierville, Tenn., with his parents, three little sisters and several dogs throughout the years. He graduated from Collierville High School, “Go Dragons!”, and then went to Harding University where he majored in Broadcast Journalism.

Josh worked at WBBJ in Jackson, Tenn., as a co-anchor for Good Morning West Tennessee and was a multimedia journalist. After three years of very early mornings, he wanted to grow his skills behind the camera. So, he worked for Bramblett Group, a PR and Marketing firm, as a videographer/editor.

Now, Josh is excited to be joining The Daily Refresh team here in Chattanooga! He wanted to come to Chattanooga because he heard amazing things about all of the outdoor activities, it’s closer to his family and he really want to dig into the stories that haven’t been told yet here in East Tennessee and surrounding areas!


Danielle Farrell

Author, Dancer, and Director

Danielle Farrell is a self-published author of “Dancing for The King,” professional choreographer/dancer and artistic director of Raw Art Dance & Entertainment Dance Academy, located in Southeast Tennessee, where she and her team focuses on educating and enhancing young artists in excellence through the fine arts with the Gospel at the center.

She is currently signed to Fresh Talent agency located in Nashville, Tennessee and has worked as a professional dancer and model on sets including, Krystal’s Commercial “Square Talk,” Jon Pardi’s “Heartache Medication,” and the Breland Chevy Commercial “Don’t Touch My Truck,” and more.


Steve Darmody

Award-Winning Christian Recording Artist
Steve Darmody, Judge for Seniors Got Talent Chattanooga

Steve Darmody is an award-winning Christian recording artist who has been regarded as one of the outstanding voices in gospel music. He has recorded eight CDs with some of the finest musicians and producers in Christian music. His voice has been compared to Bing Crosby and Pat Boone thus giving him the nickname, “the milk chocolate voice of gospel music.” He has been featured internationally at stellar events and in some of the most celebrated venues like Carnegie Hall, The Washington Cathedral, the Warsaw Philharmonic, the Pentagon, and for the US Senate. He has toured in all 50 states and in 48 countries, for a cumulative concert total exceeding 4,000. Mr. Darmody performs for all denominations and has appeared dozens of times on national Christian telecasts such as the Trinity Broadcasting Network, 3ABN, Daystar, Crossroads, and others. While serving as president of Morning Song Music for forty years, Mr. Darmody maintained a rigorous performance schedule until Covid moved him to a new career in real estate. 


Susan Caminez

Executive Director of the Chattanooga Symphony and Orchestra

Susan Caminez is a performer, inclusion advocate, and a transformational arts leader. Driven by the mission at hand, Susan believes a community is strengthened through arts engagement and the unifying power of music. Striving to make music accessible for all, Susan was awarded the symphony’s first four-year bid from the city for the Family Series (bringing storybooks to life through classical music and puppetry) and created the All-Accessible concert (a full orchestra experience for patrons with disabilities). In addition to her advocacy and visionary management, she has directed and produced short films on adverse cultural friendships and PTSD, both of which were chosen to screen at various film festivals throughout the world. The latter won an Audience Choice Award. She has coached up-and-coming performers and directors at NYU and enjoys storytelling and writing children’s stories. She is an ADA Coordinator, a Meisner graduate, and a member of SCBWI. Susan holds a BFA from The Hartt School of Music, and an MA from Columbia University in Arts Administration. Susan joined the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra in 2021 and stepped into the role of Executive Director in March 2023.

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What Happened at the 2023 Show

On August 8, 2023, 10 Seniors performed in the Big Show “Seniors Got Talent” at the Silverdale Center Creekside Theater.

Congratulations to all contestants for a superb performance!

The Morning Pointe Foundation Seniors Got Talent Chattanooga People’s Choice Award went to the Trembling Troubadours, a choir of individuals with Parkinson’s (and caregivers) ages 64-80. They performed “The Lion Sleeps Tonight!”

Our 3rd place went to Crystal Little, a 70-year singer and pianist! Crystal performed a spirited rendition of “I Know Who Holds Tomorrow!”

2nd place went to Jim Herman, 79, who sang a heartfelt performance of “Bless This House!”

1st place went to Bonnie Hannah, 82, who performed a rousing “Patriotic Medley!” 

All proceeds benefit the work of the Morning Pointe Foundation, providing nursing scholarships and caregiver support programs.

Location: Morning Pointe of East Hamilton

Time: 5-7 PM (During Family Night)

Address: 1776 Generations Way (9700 Block E. Brainerd Road), Ooltewah, TN 37363

Phone: (423) 212-1208

Final deadline for all auditions is June 28

Location: Morning Pointe of Chattanooga

Time: 6-7 PM (During Family Night)

Address: 7719 Shallowford Road, Chattanooga, TN 37421

Phone: (423) 296-0097  

Final deadline for all auditions is June 28

Location: Morning Pointe of Hixson

Time: 6-7:30 PM (During Family Night)

Address: 5501 Old Hixson Pike, Hixson, TN 37343 

Phone: (423) 847-1370 

Final deadline for all auditions is June 28

Location: Morning Pointe of Greenbriar Cove

Time: 6-7:30 PM (During Family Night)

Address: 9650 Leyland Drive, Ooltewah, TN 37363

Phone: (423) 396-6999 

Final deadline for all auditions is June 28

Location: Morning Pointe at Happy Valley

Time: 5-6 PM (During Family Night)

Address: 2989 Happy Valley Road, Rossville, GA  30741

Phone: (706) 916-2777

Final deadline for all auditions is June 28

Audition for Seniors Got Talent Chattanooga