Chattanooga Band Subkonscious Was Among Riverbend Highlights

Saturday, June 24, 2017 - by Mark A. Herndon

It was approaching the closing days of Riverbend with two nights remaining - Friday night with headliner Toby Keith taking the Coke stage.  Walking up to another stage prior to and during Toby on the Coke stage was an awesome collection of singer/songwriter bands. Did you stop at the Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union stage? Great lineup on Friday night with" id="m_-7414810765740118366m_-2297133265350950200gmail-js_p8" target="_blank" data-saferedirecturl="" style="color: rgb(54, 88, 153);">Jocelyn & Chris ArndtCaptain Midnight Band and photoed here Subkonscious. The closing band of the night was Jason D William on the Chevy stage.


Look for highlights of these bands soon Chattanooga Live, TVFCU & Riverbend Festival social media pages. 


Subkonscious features bandmates Carl Foshay,lead vocal and guitarist, Josh Driver, guitarist, vocal. Chris Hullander, bass guitarist and vocal Nick Price,guitarist  & Heath Price, drum killer.

Subkonscious is based in Chattanooga. Their music is raw, gritty, uncut, powerful and most importantly, original. The energy that Subkonscious carries is one of a kind. No show is ever the same. The vocals are prominent, as they should be, and are backed by a very powerful band! The guitars sound as raw as they are meant to sound, with potent rhythm and strong leads, both acoustic and electric. The bass brings the music to life with the punch and growl that only Subkonscious can bring. Last but not least, the drums pull the music together. With a one of a kind sound that will leave your ears wanting more, Subkonscious will blow you away from start to finish.

Subkonscious shares their recent digital EP "maSK" here at  if you are ready for the experience catch one of their performances, videos available on their social media page on this link at Facebook .  Get ready for this alternative progressive rock experiment from Chattanooga as a sample this link from this recent local live performance "MASK".

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Chattanooga Live Music, Mark A. Herndon, certified professional geologist and professional photographer grew up in Chattanooga area, graduated from the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga.  Supports/Promotes connecting people with Creative Arts, Music and Dance to the Chattanooga Live Music Scene by supporting local/regional creative artists, singers, songwriters, musicians, dancers, & bands. Media affiliation is Check out more Email at 

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