Authenticity Ain’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be

If you saw a man like Bill Orcutt—a fellow in his early 50s with a graying beard and a beat-up acoustic guitar—take the stage, a fair guess might be that he’d play folk, blues or strummy singer/songwriter Americana.

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Take The A-Train to the Memorial

The annual Jazzanooga festival is coming next month, but get jazzed up early by heading to the Kickoff Reception this Friday, headlined by jazz icon Rahsaan Barber and his Nashville quintet, Everday Magic. more »

Mar 26, 2015 10:33 AM News & Notes

Pulse Picks: EG Kight and more...

Kight’s style transcends musical boundaries. With a rich and velvety voice, and a mastery of the guitar that has her holding her own next to any other player, Kight mesmerizes audiences of all ages. more »

Mar 26, 2015 10:33 AM Pulse Picks

From Live Feel-Good Jamming to Local Angry Southern Rock

Dr. Dog lays it down with charisma, while the Bohannons smolder and shine more »

Mar 26, 2015 10:33 AM Record Reviews

Finding Their Element

OK, kids, listen up—this is important. After long, grueling months of commuting between here and Knoxville, experimenting with radical recoding techniques (like playing guitar in the bathroom) and being stranded ... more »

Mar 18, 2015 4:31 PM Features

Pulse Picks: Elkmilk and more...

Elkmilk began as a little whirlwind in Chattanooga, spinning out a march towards the mountain, towards the sea, making sparks in the dark, new blood in the water. New ghosts in the trees. more »

Mar 18, 2015 4:31 PM Pulse Picks

Where The Black Lillies Grow

The Black Lillies originated in Knoxville, but their roots are planted in their music—which keeps them touring on the road. This Friday at 8 p.m., The Black Lillies are performing at The Camp House. more »

Mar 18, 2015 4:31 PM News & Notes

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