Thollem is returning to Chattanooga on Sept. 29 for a concert at the Palace Theatre, 818 Georgia Ave., Unit 118, from 8-19 p.m. Tickets are $10. The concert is for all ages.
Review for Thollem:
Leaping from an electric diving board into the recesses of imagination, landing squarely in the midst of the time of our lives at the center of a world on the edge. At the Palace Theater, he'll be playing live to shorts by filmmakers Martha Colburn, ACVilla, Tuia Cherici and Allison Leigh Holt as well as pieces from his solo albums Electric Confluence, 13 Billion Years to Tomorrow, Operation Sunbeam, Who Are US, Machine In The Ghost, and Tsigoti.
Thollem's collaborative electric projects and albums include: 'The Radical Empathy Trio' with Nels Cline and Michael Wimberly; 'Hand To Man Band' with Mike Watt, John Dieterich and Tim Barnes; 'Whistling Joy Jumpers' with Brian Chase and Jad Fair; 'Conformity Contortion' with Sara Lund; 'Tsigoti' with Andrea Caprara, Jacopo Andreini, Piero Spitilli and Matteo Bennici; Nashville Electric with Ed Pettersen, Tracy Silverman, Dylan Simon and Ryan Norris; 'Trio Music Minus One' with Gino Robair; 'Bad News From Houston' with John Dieterich, 'Blind Curves and Box Canyons' with Rob Mazurek, Dub Narcotic II with Brian Chase and Todd Clouser, and Keyngdrum Overdrive with a whole slew of incredible drummers.
For more information visit www.thollem.com/electric.