This weekend at T-Bones Café in Chattanooga features two special shows. Friday night, big-time singer/songwriter Roger Alan Wade takes to the microphone for a non-stop performance from the man that wrote “Country State of Mind” for Hank Jr., and many others for the nation’s biggest names. It is a free performance too, with no cover charge. http://www.tboneschattanooga.com .
Saturday Night, Kelsey’s Woods has their debut CD release party at T-Bones.
Look for a big crowd for the popular group, as they play music from their debut CD, “One More Heart to Break”. From their website – “Kelsey’s Woods is a three-piece Americana/Roots band hailing from Chattanooga but calling Knoxville home for several years. Rooted in the traditional and true sounds of a forgotten music, Kelsey’s Woods harkens back to years past when the story was the song. Combining equal parts of roots, country, folk and a little rock and roll, the all-acoustic trio boasts three-part male and female harmonies, interchangeable lead singers and all original songs speaking on themes from love, heartbreak, loss, murder, redemption, and the age old tradition of finding salvation in a whiskey glass. Kelsey’s Woods hopes that you’ll join them in finding a brand new take on a forgotten but yet old and familiar sound.” http://kelseyswoods.com
Can’t wait until Saturday, try out Nightfall at Miller Plaza on Friday. The Wild Feathers will headline the free concert, with Glowing Bordis opening at 7 p.m. Check it out at http://nightfallchattanooga.com .
For local music info, try www.chattanoogaentertainers.com or www.chattanooganightscope.com. They both have great local music info and schedules. For local info on Country music, try Jim Boles’ site www.chattacountry.ning.com.
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