the list: music picks feb 28 - mar 6
Thursday, Feb. 28
England in 1819, Behold the Brave, Elk Milk, Evilfoot
Local bands Behold the Brave and Elk Milk add extra punch to this bill.
10 p.m. • JJ’s Bohemia • 231 E. MLK Blvd. • (423) 266-1400
Friday, Mar. 1
Road to Nightfall
Local bands vie for a headline spot and cash as the competition begins tonight.
8 p.m. Rhythm & Brews • 221 Market St. • rhythm-brews.com
Saturday, Mar. 2
College Band Night
Always fresh and intriguing, CBN features Ted Bartram, Family Airplane, Canadian Coldfront and Brandon Snipes on stage tonight.
7:30 p.m. • The Camp House • 1427 Williams St. • (423) 702-8081 • thecamphouse.com
Sunday, Mar. 3
Sunday nights are all right for listening to local radio
Each of these shows, produced by WUTC's Richard Winham, is a model for inventive, original local programming:
- First Sunday The Reverend Douglas Cook, ministering to the sick and infirm at 8 p.m. with the healing salve of vintage soul.
- Second Sunday Hayley—rock ‘n’ roll from an 18-year-old’s perspective at 7 p.m.; the Dortches, Senior and Junior, “Connect the Dots” at 8 p.m.
- Third Sunday “Words & Music” at 8 p.m. with Jason Kelly and Kevin Bate (with asides from Winham). Kelly likes them words while Bate, he just likes a big ol’ beat.
- Fourth Sunday “River City Sessions,” hosted by storyteller Michael Gray, Chattanooga’s version of “A Prairie Home Companion,” at 7 p.m., followed by a second helping of Chris & Chris Dortch with “Connect the Dots” at 8 p.m.