A trio of killer Celtic bands set to grace city stages
While Chattanooga is just a few miles away from the green hills of Ireland and the rocky shores of Scotland, lovers of Celtic-style music have plenty to enjoy here in the Scenic City.
Jim Ramsey, recently reviewed here in The Pulse, is pleased to announce his first full-length live performance this Saturday at the Wired Coffee Bar in Ooltewah. Lovers of progressive folk with a tinge of Celt thrown in would do well to catch the show.
Then on Sunday, the Honest Pint welcomes back local favorites The Wolfhounds. The Celtic duo have been making quite a name for themselves with a series of shows that have caused their fan base to explode. In response, Davis and Armstrong are currently engaged in recording a five-song EP scheduled for release St. Patrick’s Day.
And in keeping with a theme, the following Sunday, Jan. 17, will see the return of The Secret Commonwealth to the Honest Pint. The outstanding and beloved Celtic act from Middle Tennessee is arguably one of the oldest and best of its kind in the southeast and the fact that they play regularly at the Pint with no cover charge ought to delight fans of the genre.
Saturday, 9 p.m.
Wired Coffee Bar
9447 Bradmore Ln.
Sunday, 8 p.m.
The Honest Pint
35 Patten Pkwy.