NoogaPalooza Is Thursday At Rhythm And Brews

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

NoogaPalooza will showcase Chattanooga's diverse musical talents at Rhythm and Brews on Thursday from 7 p.m. – 2 a.m. The doors will open at 6 p.m.

Admission is a $10 suggested donation with a discount at the door for wearing noog.com
gear.

NoogaPalooza will be a sampling of the Chattanooga area musicians. There will be seven hours of continuous music throughout the night, with two hours of singer/songwriters in the round, seven bands, additional punctuating acts, and special events presented by noog.com.

Artists include The Dylan Kussman band, Taxicab Racers, Jettison Never, John Myers of Black Diamond Heavies with Doug Bales of Uncle Lightin, members of Up With The Joneses, The Hey Kids, I Am Band, Sex Head Loosey, New Binkley Brothers, Butch Ross and Amanda Cagle, Dana Rogers, Arlo Gilliam, Nathan Farrow, Tommy Davis, Noah Collins, Gabriel Zane, Ben Scoggins, Ernie Dempsey, Shawnessey Cargile, and more. Mike Mcdade, a well known local sound man and open mic ring leader will host the event.

NoogaPalooza is a benefit to begin supporting Re:Sound, a new nonprofit that will assist local musicians, bolster the musicians' community, and raise music awareness in Chattanooga. Like the city's larger arts scene, Chattanooga's music community is rapidly growing and Re:Sound plans to provide vital professional resources to the city's musicians. NoogaPalooza is an opportunity for those artists who will benefit the most from this organization to help raise the money needed to get it started.


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