There are two “can’t-miss” shows this week.
The first is Friday, after Nightfall, when The Scarlet Love Conspiracy will be joined by Caney Village and Blues Frog and the Georgia Rhythm Crickets at JJ’s Bohemia.
Local favorites TSLC are well known for their straightforward rock-and-roll, while Caney Village has been described as Southern alt-folk. Blues Frog and the Georgia Rhythm Crickets will round out the night with their version of Southern Fried Hippie Rock.
Show number two is Sunday at the Honest Pint, when The Wolfhounds, Chattanooga’s newest Irish pub band, will take the stage for their first solo gig. The Wolfhounds (Christopher Armstrong and Brian Davis) play a wide variety of high-energy Irish tunes, ranging from the Clancy Brothers to the Pogues and everything in-between.
The boys are part of the Honest Pint’s new rotating lineup of Sunday night Celtic music, including The Secret Commonwealth, Celtic Keg Stand and The Molly Maguires. The show starts at 7 p.m. and there is no cover charge.