Puckett's Hosts The Cleverlys Tour Across Tennessee

In Chattanooga Thursday

Monday, January 6, 2020
The Cleverlys
The Cleverlys

Bluegrass band The Cleverlys will kick off their 2020 Puckett’s Tour on Thursday at Puckett’s Chattanooga. The group will make stops at all six Puckett’s locations between January and July.

Review for The Cleverlys: 

Known for putting a comedic bluegrass spin on a wide variety of popular songs, like Psy’s “Gangnam Style,” Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” and Flo Rida’s “Low,” the self-described “faux-family” band is comprised of talented musician Digger Cleverly, along with his nephews Ricky Lloyd, Quattro, DVD and Cub. 

“Puckett’s has been fortunate to have The Cleverlys play many times on our stages, and we’re so excited to have this chance to share their talents with all Puckett’s communities during this tour,” said Sally Flinck, marketing director for A. Marshall Hospitality, Puckett’s parent company. “This group puts on an extremely entertaining show, and we know they will be a hit with our Puckett’s guests across Tennessee.”

The Arkansas-grown band has performed at prestigious venues and festivals including the Grand Ole Opry, Stagecoach, CMA Music Fest and more.

All shows will be held from 7-9 p.m. local time and have community-style seating. The Valentine’s Day show at Puckett’s Murfreesboro will include dinner from a limited menu. Puckett’s 2020 tour dates are as follows: 

Puckett’s Chattanooga: January 9 
Puckett’s Murfreesboro: February 14
Puckett’s Franklin: March 11
Puckett’s Columbia: March 12 
Puckett’s Nashville: April 15 
Puckett’s Pigeon Forge: July 16

Tickets for the Puckett’s Chattanooga show are currently on sale via Eventbrite for $20. Learn more about The Cleverlys at www.thecleverlys.com.



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