Local Music Saturday At Adelle’s Features Megan Saunders

Friday, August 25, 2017

Singer/songwriter Megan Saunders will perform alongside Jonathan McWilliams on double bass on Saturday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Adelle’s Creperie at 400 East Main St. Adelle’s will be serving from its regular breakfast and lunch menu during this time.  

Review for Megan Saunders:

Megan Saunders’ music ranges from playfully luminous to haunting, and builds a sense of story and place with that sound. A Vermont native, Saunders currently lives in Tennessee and has released two albums, including “The Driftless” (2012) and “Long For The Dory” (2014). Saunders enjoys playing for a multitude of venues and has won several national awards for singing and composing, including the “Song of the Year” award for songwriting in the Americana genre.

Review for Jonathan McWilliams:

Jonathan McWilliams, playing alongside Megan Saunders, has studied classical music for 20 years, and he currently plays for the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra. Together, the two musicians create a unique soundscape sure to enchant your Saturday morning.  

Information about opportunities for private and public rental at The Granfalloon are online at www.granfalloonchattanooga.com  or by calling 661-3185.

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