Bulletin Board June 06 2001

There's been an infusion of new blood at WRAS-Album 88's "Georgia Music Show," as graduating host Jez DeWolf recently turned the controls over to station veterans Millie deChirico and Kathleen Carr. Artists interested in getting some free airtime should contact the new regime at mdleen@yahoo.com or hangthedj@mindspring.com. As for DeWolf, she's starting her own artist development company called The 706 Union. Indie bands looking for promotional muscle can check out the website at www.supportindierock.com for details.

Up yours. R.E.M. fans disappointed that they won't be able to catch the trio live this year can get an up-close look at the band June 10. "A Stirling Performance" is a documentary on the group and their effect on a small Scottish community, featuring footage from their 1999 Up tour. It receives its U.S. premiere at this year's Atlanta Film and Video Festival, where the British directors will be in attendance. Catch the film at 7 Stages, where it screens June 10 at 6 p.m. and June 15 at 5 p.m.