Singer/songwriter Janelle Arthur will perform at Puckett’s Chattanooga on Sunday, Nov. 17. The music, a blend of originals and favorites, will start at 6 p.m. She will be joined by guest performers, including Mark Kelly Hall.
Admission is free.
About the performers:
Arthur is an "American Idol" Top Fiver and an Opry performer who played the lead and provided the title track for the film Runnin' from My Roots (also featuring Deana Carter and Janine Turner).
She's country to the core, with a modern sensibility. Her East Tennessee accent is as genuine as it is charming, and recalls a certain singer from that region; as a child, Arthur played young Dolly Parton in a Pigeon Forge stage show, and just last month she was part of a special Opry Country Classics tribute to the star, singing “He’s Alive” to an enthusiastic audience.
Mark Kelly Hall, a Chattanooga area native now based in Nashville, has offered his songs with passion and humor in equal measure at Riverbend, the Bluebird Café, and in various places around the world.
Puckett's is located next to the Tennessee Aquarium. For reservations or more information about the restaurant, call 423-708-8505.