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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’.” Read more

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I sat down to listen to the newest release from the Bohannons, titled Bloodroot, and waited for inspiration to strike. In truth, it gets harder to write about one of the area’s most solidly great bands. There’s only so many times you can say the ... Read more

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Finally, the air is warming, the slush is melting, and green leaves are hovering like hummingbirds on the willow fronds. It’s time to listen to music and dance.And dance you can, this Saturday at the annual St. Paddy’s Party on the Parkway ... Read more

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The season is upon us. St. Patrick’s Day is this Sunday, March 17th and as the McManus brothers will tell you, everybody is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Of course, some will argue that everyone is a bad caricature of Irish on St. Patrick’s Day and ... Read more

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Man, oh man…it’s been four years since I first took a sonic trip through the mind of GA Brown, the man who broke Wahoo’s leg. I can’t exactly name the places he’s travelled in the interim, but judging by this latest release, he’s had a hell of a ... Read more

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This Saturday marks the tenth anniversary of Matt Downer’s revival of the Great Southern Old Time Fiddlers’ Convention, taking place at 901 Lindsay St. right next to the Bessie Smith Hall in the heart of the MLK district. The annual event, now as ... Read more

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Say, have you heard of that hot new blues act, GA-20? No? That’s okay, neither had I until a day or so ago. That’s okay, too, because while I love music, and I try to write about it honestly and sincerely, I am not one of those people who can ... Read more

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Stringer’s Ridge Band bridges the span between old world and new with their masterful blend of Celtic folk, old time music, and string band tunes. And this Friday you can hear them up close and personal at OddStory Brewing Company at 336 E. MLK. Read more

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I’d like to tell you I was a fan of Camper Van Beethoven in the eighties. I’d like to, but I can’t. I wasn’t remotely that cool. My musical tastes then were dictated entirely by what was in easy grasp, which wasn’t much considering the town I ... Read more

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In one of the most genuinely interesting and exciting artistic competitions to come along, The Camp House on MLK Blvd. presents Songwriters Stage 2019 next Tuesday, February 19th. Tuesday's performance is one of a series of five events in the ... Read more

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“When I really felt like punk was dead, then I realized it was a good time to be a part of it.” So reads the title page for the website of Don’t Break Down, the documentary that traced the rise and fall (and, perhaps, rebirth) of Jawbreaker Doc ... Read more

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Dark Princess Theatre returns just in time for Valentine’s weekend with a time-traveling romp through the wonderfully seedy and sinful Prohibition era at Gwendolyn’s Bleeding Heart Ball. Slated for Saturday. February 16th, from 7 to 11 p.m. at the... Read more

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It seems everyone has a Sandy story. This one is mine. I moved to Chattanooga 26 years ago. My early relationship with the city was…tumultuous. Born in a much smaller town, coming of age in a much larger one, Chattanooga existed in some weird ... Read more

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Robert Nesta Marley was born on February 6th, 1945. He passed away on May 11 in 1981. In that short span of time he became an inadvertent cultural ambassador with few peers. To the world at large, he was the face of reggae music, of Jamaica, and ... Read more

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Holiday Gunfire is set to release their debut, self-titled album on Friday, February 15th. The Alabama-based band is fairly new, coming together in 2017, but it is anything but a freshman debut. To the contrary, the album has all the spit and ... Read more

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Looking for something musically a bit different this Friday night? Butch Ross, the master of the dulcimer, will be appearing from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Pilgrim Congregational Church as part of their ongoing Pilgrim Music Series. The event is free ... Read more

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I love checking the mailbox here at The Pulse. There’s always something interesting. Once there was even a piece of hate mail which I kept and have a look at any time I need a laugh. I was quite pleased, recently, to find a package from Noah ... Read more

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Mark your calendars for next Friday as Sluggo’s North Vegetarian Café proudly presents Mythical Motors, along with special guests Whiskey Angel and TBA. Mythical Motors, Chattanooga’s most prolific producers of albums and cassette tapes, are ... Read more

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“The ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ is an indispensable companion to all those who are keen to make sense of life in an infinitely complex and confusing Universe, though it cannot hope to be useful or informative on all matters, it does at ... Read more

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For the final article of 2018 it seemed appropriate, if somewhat cliché, to take a look back at the past twelve months in the Chattanooga music scene. The year started off with a benefit concert for a local personality. It would not be the last ... Read more

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2018 is going out with a bang as a host of worthy events vie for your dollars and your attention. The town wants to entertain you; let it. This Friday, Jimmy Dormire presents a free show courtesy of Wanderlinger Brewing Company. Saturday, Genki ... Read more

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Tuesday

March 26, 2019

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March 27, 2019

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March 28, 2019

Friday

March 29, 2019

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March 30, 2019

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March 31, 2019

Monday

April 1, 2019