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"It is a fact that no other Celtic group in the Southeast can come close to their version of the Swedish werewolf song, ‘Varulven’.” more

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Renowned documentarian and producer Rob Wellborn will be on hand at JJ’s Bohemia this Thursday night filming another episode of Chattaboogie Sessions. Hi$E Cold and Swayyvo will be performing that night as Wellborn records a hip-hop episode of ... more

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What can I tell you about Lon Eldridge that hasn’t already been said a dozen times? He’s a local treasure, one of the most talented and authentic artists in the region. Lots of folks in the industry have an act or a gimmick and while the ... more

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This Saturday, the Partnership FCA Thrift and Consignment presents their first-ever Second Saturday event, featuring music, art, flash sales, food and more. The Partnership for Families, Children and Adults is the area’s oldest and largest ... more

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It is understood, or should be, that this space is generally dedicated to local and regional acts. That is its raison d'être after all. Still, once in a great while, it serves a purpose to take a different approach and discuss a more traditional ... more

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Full disclosure, there is a special place in my heart for acoustic duos. My own band, which has hovered somewhere between four and twenty-eight members for years now, started as an acoustic duo and there’s a lot to be said for that approach. more

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Trish Ferrell Williams and Butch Ross return with their ever-popular “The Art of the Singer/Songwriter” workshop with a new twist, the Junior edition. It’s a children-friendly version of the workshop, geared specifically towards kids ages 11 to ... more

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Ya, mon! This Friday, JJ’s Bohemia is the place to be for all things chill as Milele Roots presents and evening of Reggae, Dub, Ska, Electronica and more. Milele will be joined by local music god Danimal Pinson with a musical midnight snack ... more

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Prodigy is a strong word, so much so that in the last five or six years I’ve only used it once in my writing. Today, I’m not sure if it’s strong enough because little EmiSunshine from Madisonville, Tennessee is a prodigy and then some. Every few ... more

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There are plenty of fantastic shows coming up but one in particular stands out as “kind of a big deal.” On Friday, April 20th, beloved locals Ashley and the Xs will celebrate 4/20 in style when they take the stage at Songbirds South Stage with ... more

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A few years ago I was looking for a good set of headphones to use while recording at home. I did quite a bit of research and, as many of you will already know, good headphones can be expensive. Quite expensive, as in “How much ya got?” expensive ... more

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Dale Carnegie famously said that a person’s name is the sweetest sound to that person in any language. My high school disciplinary record would suggest otherwise but I will posit a corollary to that; the confirmation of a subjective opinion is a ... more

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It’s time again for the Chattanooga Film Festival, one of the most popular artistic showcases of recent years. There are a hundred good reasons to attend, but one of particular interest to music lovers is the featuring of Jenn Wexler’s The Ranger ... more

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Rock and roll is a genre rife with stories of excess, debauchery, groupies, drugs, destruction and indulgence, all of which can make for an interesting weekend, but it’s good to know there are still some powerful and uplifting stories too ... more

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In a relatively short time Lon Eldridge has made quite a name for himself. The beloved purveyor of old-time music is one of Chattanooga’s favorite artists and with good reason. Besides his musical virtuosity, Lon is a stand-up fellow, likable ... more

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The renewed interest in and popularity of American folk music has been mostly a blessing and ever so slightly a curse. The blessing has been that a new generation is being exposed to the rich and vibrant culture of genuinely American roots (and ... more

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It’s that time of year again! St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and SoundCorps and the Honest Pint are doing it up right with the fifth annual St. Paddy’s Party on the Parkway, a day-long arts and entertainment event featuring some of ... more

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Eight years ago local artist, performer and music historian Matt Downer revived a long-lost Chattanooga tradition, the Old Time Fiddler’s Convention (formerly known as the All Southern Championship.) At one time the largest and most prestigious ... more

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An artist here in town, one I have a great deal of respect for and have written about on more than once occasion, hit me up the other day and said he had a new project he wanted to share with me. I listened, loved it, decided to write it up, but ... more

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March is going to be another great month for music and live entertainment in the Scenic City leaving us once again with the delightful conundrum of having too many great acts to choose from. This Friday, the Music Box at Ziggy’s will host the ... more

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Around the end of December I submitted a piece about the state of Hip-Hop in Chattanooga. Spoiler Alert: It’s going gangbusters, thanks to a new collaborative effort on the part of some rising stars and hardcore fans to not only redefine public ... more

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