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Seniors Got Talent Knoxville, TN

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If you are a Senior or know of a Senior who has a talent to share, register today for FREE tryouts! 10 Seniors will perform in the Big Show “Seniors Got Talent” on November 14, 2022 at the Bijou Theatre. 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place winners will receive GRAND PRIZES at the show!

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Enjoy a short recap of Morning Pointe Seniors Got Talent Knoxville, TN 2021.

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HOST: TED HALL

Evening Anchor & Managing Editor for

WVLT-TV Channel 8

Ted Hall is thrilled to call East Tennessee home…again.

He is the evening anchor and Managing Editor for WVLT-TV channel 8.

Ted moved to Knoxville in 1988 to be the weekend sports anchor at WBIR-TV. 

After nearly 20 years on the air in various jobs he left to be the main anchor at WXIA-TV in Atlanta.

8 years later he decided he and his family really wanted to be back where all 3 of his kids, with wife Lesa, were born. 

Judges

Nicholas Horner

Songwriter, producer and community creator

Raised in the mountains of central Pennsylvania, Knoxville-based Nicholas Horner headed south after seven years of living in NYC as a working/touring songwriter, producer and community creator.  He got his start as a fellow for Make Music New York from which he launched Porch Stomp, NYC’s biggest free-folk festival for 9 years running, as well as Flatfoot Flatbush, Brooklyn’s annual old-time music parade.  His various projects have landed him features in the New York Times, on NPR and even the opportunity to write and perform the theme song for an international United Nations conference in Ecuador for delegates from around the world.  

 

He is the founder of Make Music Knoxville, the Knoxville chapter hosting the city’s international day of music celebration, and is hard at work preparing for the second annual Carol Cart coming to Downtown Knoxville this December 21st!  

www.nickhornerfamily.com

Susan Richardson Williams

Leader in Public Affairs and Business

Susan Richardson Williams has spent 40 years in the public and private sector working primarily in the government and community relations arenas and is well-known throughout the region as a leader in public affairs and business.

In addition to years of expertise, Susan brings her relationships within government, industry, and the media to her clients, which include Gulf & Ohio Railways, Merit Construction, The Locust Street Group, and The Utility Management Federation.

Prior to launching SRW & Associates, Susan managed the Knoxville office of The Ingram Group, a statewide public relations firm. She has been in the Cabinet of two Governors and on the staff of a third. She was a Tennessee press representative for a U.S. Senator and was elected Chair of the Tennessee Republican Party. Williams also served for eight years as Associate Athletics Director with the University of Tennessee Lady Vols.

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