Zach Nicholson

World Whisky Day is celebrated on the third Saturday in May every year, which is one of the main reasons you need to head down the First Tennessee Pavilion this Saturday for the Tennessee Whiskey Festival and share in the celebration. Read more


Lon Eldridge’s old-fashioned enchantment, Mother Nurture’s catchy rock Read more

Record Reviews

I Can Japan bobs and smiles, The Groove Orient grooves and shimmies Read more

Record Reviews

You’re coming off a long Wednesday shift. The sun’s retreated for the night, but you’ve still got that 10-mile ride home. The streets are empty, and it’s just you and the road. But you’re not in your car. You’re on a bike. And you’re laughing. Read more

Business Briefs

Emily Kate Boyd grooves and calms, Gold Plated Gold cruises Read more

Record Reviews

Wilderun channels heavy metal giants, Side Affect solos out strong Read more

Record Reviews

Artist Gajin Fujita is coming to the Hunter Museum of American Art on Thursday, May 14. Fujita’s art has been featured in the Hunter’s special exhibition since early April. Read more


Genki Genki Panic spook and play, The Dead Deads jump and bash Read more

Record Reviews

For the past 14 years, the 4 Bridges Arts Festival has kicked off spring in Chattanooga. This year, the 15th installment of Chattanooga’s premier arts festival will begin this Saturday, April 11 at the First Tennessee Pavilion. Read more

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Dr. Dog lays it down with charisma, while the Bohannons smolder and shine Read more

Record Reviews

After you eat your weight in turkey this Thursday, you’re probably going to consider spending the rest of your life sitting in some post-dinner sofa chair that’s always been there for you. Read more

News & Notes

Circa Survive evolves, Rye Baby gets simple Read more

Record Reviews

JJ’s Bohemia is stacked with great, local rock n’ roll artists this weekend. If you love a good rock song, JJ’s is the place Saturday and Sunday for two nights of face-melting, soul-lifting music. Read more

News & Notes

Recently, Food Network’s New York City Wine & Food Festival, in conjunction with “Chopped” and Absolut Vodka, held a competition for the best Bloody Mary in America. Read more


The Camp House is hosting folk-pop band Bombadil this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Taking their name from J.R.R. Tolkien’s charismatic forest-dweller Tom Bombadil, the band takes advantage of the connection ... Read more

News & Notes

This is Tennessee. We know whiskey. We’ve been drinking whiskey since we could hold a bottle. And we’ve been specifically raised to reach for that branded Kentucky bourbon instead of the plain-Jane-never-done-a-bad-thing-in-her-life-whiskey. Read more


Coffeehouse/venue The Camp House has been serving high-quality espresso and music for over four years now. The Williams Street location has been well used by authors, creative groups, musicians and communities ... Read more

News & Notes

Tir Asleen and SRVVLST are hosting a split release show on Monday, Nov. 3, at the Cloud Springs Deli in Ringgold. The split release is a 4-track EP that features new songs from four bands ... Read more

News & Notes

So you’ve already had your fill of all this Oktoberfest and pumpkin beer, and now you’re thinking: How can I get more festive than that? Besides just pouring vodka into a pumpkin, you’ll have to go a little outside of the box ... Read more


A favorite local venue at 231 E. MLK Boulevard is turning eight years old this year. Come out to JJ’s Bohemia on Oct. 25 to catch tons of great bands and an awesome crowd as we celebrate JJ’s phenomenal success. Read more

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