Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events

Thursday, November 11, 2021
Puckett’s will host Maya Trippe and Scott McNabb Saturday at 8 p.m.
Puckett’s will host Maya Trippe and Scott McNabb Saturday at 8 p.m.
- photo by MAHerndon, CLM

Here are the upcoming Chattanooga Live Music events for Thursday through Monday.

Check the CLM Facebook schedule page for details of each event. 

11-Nov Thirsty Thursday at The Farm to Fork w/ Gary Hemstreet at 7 PM
11-Nov The Diving Mouse - Open Mic w FRO at 8 PM
11-Nov Wanderlinger Brewing Company - Danielle Cormier & Jason Lyles at 8 PM
11-Nov The Signal w/ Bun B w/ Landon Wordswell at 8 PM
11-Nov Naked River Brewing Co.

w/ Ariel Omarzu at 6 PM
12-Nov Signal Mountain Arts Community Center w/ Nicholas Edward Williams at 6:45 PM
12-Nov Farm To Fork Brunch w/ Eric Kirkendoll at 11 AM
12-Nov The FEED co. Table & Tavern w/ ET (Eric Turner) at 7 PM
12-Nov Songbirds Foundation - Jason D Williams at 7 PM
12-Nov Puckett’s Chattanooga at Jacob Johnson at 8 PM
12-Nov JJ's Bohemian w/ World Leaders, Justin & the Cosmics, Eleusis at 9 PM
12-Nov Bud's Sports Bar w/ Throttle 21 at 9 PM
12-Nov Farm To Fork w/ Porch Boy Rebels at 8:30 PM
12-Nov Ziggy's Music Box w/Slicksilver, Iron Chef & Vessals starts at 9 PM
12-Nov HiFi Clyde's w/Amber Carrington Lewis Band 9 PM
12-Nov The Diving Mouse w/ Trailer Hippie at 9 PM
12-Nov Wanderlinger Brewing w/The Shading Recruits at 9 PM
13-Nov Farm To Fork Brunch w/ Ryan Oyer at 11 AM
13-Nov Willow Tree Farms / Farm To Fork In The Valley w/ Kentucky Headhunters at Noon
13-Nov Edley's Bar-B-Que w/Gino Fanelli w/Jesse Black & Dusty Leigh at 2 PM
13-Nov Yonah Mountian Vineyard w/ Mark Andrew at 3:30 PM
13-Nov JJ's Bohemia w/ Toadsmoke, Slow Attack, Dope Skum, The Claw at 9 PM
13-Nov Songbirds Documentary Film - Mockingburg Theatre, Franklin, TN 6 PM (CST)
13-Nov Bud's Sports Bar w/ Throttle 21 at 9 PM
13-Nov American Draft w/Dead End Friends at 7 PM
13-Nov Ringgold Depot Opera w/ Lone Mountain Band, Brandon Maddox & Nina Ricci at 7 PM
13-Nov Puckett's w/ Maya Trippe & Scott McNabb at 8 PM
13-Nov Farm To Fork w/ Zech Dallas at 8:30 PM
13-Nov The Diving Mouse (Cleveland) w/Tropic Sol at 9 PM
13-Nov Wanderlinger Brewing Company w/St. Owsley a Jerry Garcia Tribute at 9 PM
13-Nov HiFi Clyde's w/Luke Simmons & the Lovestruck at 9 PM
14-Nov The Edwin Hotel w/ Jason Lyles at 11 AM
15-Nov Wanderlinger Brewing w/ Monday Night Blues Jam with Rick Rushing



Alice Cooper Plays At Memorial Sept. 25

Forrest Isn't Dead Plays At Cherry Street Tavern Sept. 20

McLemore’s Songwriter Series Features Sunrise Latin Jazz Band Thursday


Alice Cooper is bringing the Detroit Muscle tour to Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium on Sept. 25. Review for Alice Cooper: The road is Alice Cooper's favorite place to be, and his ... (click for more)

Emerging alt-pop artist Forrest Isn’t Dead, who draws parallels to such acts as The Cure, Gorillaz, and Tame Impala, will be coming to Chattanooga on Tuesday, Sept. 20, at Cherry Street Tavern ... (click for more)

McLemore’s Songwriter Series on Thursday will cap off the summer with an evening of classic high-energy melodies from Cuba, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, and Brazil. The Sunrise Latin Jazz Band will ... (click for more)



Entertainment

Alice Cooper Plays At Memorial Sept. 25

Alice Cooper is bringing the Detroit Muscle tour to Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium on Sept. 25. Review for Alice Cooper: The road is Alice Cooper's favorite place to be, and his live show never, ever disappoints. Cooper, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, usually spends up to six months a year on the road, bringing his iconic brand of rock psycho-drama to fans ... (click for more)

Forrest Isn't Dead Plays At Cherry Street Tavern Sept. 20

Emerging alt-pop artist Forrest Isn’t Dead, who draws parallels to such acts as The Cure, Gorillaz, and Tame Impala, will be coming to Chattanooga on Tuesday, Sept. 20, at Cherry Street Tavern with Tayls in support of his debut full-length album The End Of Everything, out this September. Review for Forrest Isn't Dead: Due out Sept. 16 via Madison Records, The End Of Everything ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the $80 million Southside Stadium project. The action puts in motion the ability for a new city/county Sports Authority to convene and issue $80 million in bonds for the "community" facility on nine acres at the U.S. Pipe/Wheland Foundry site. Councilman Chip Henderson added several provisions that he said would add "transparency" ... (click for more)

CHA Planning 1,783 Housing Units At Re-Envisioned Westside

Officials of the Chattanooga Housing Authority said the plan to re-envision the Westside includes building 1,783 new housing units. Betsy McCright, CHA executive director, said the College Hill Courts and the Gateway Tower will be taken down, but she said residents in those 629 have been promised a spot in some of the new housing. She said the demolition will be in stages ... (click for more)

Opinion

Rest In Peace, Larry Wallace

Athens and Tennessee lost a great friend and a long-time public servant when Larry Wallace passed away Saturday afternoon. The 1962 McMinn County High School graduate started his lifetime law enforcement career with the Athens Police Department in 1964. He joined the Tennessee Highway Patrol in 1967 and was appointed as a special agent with the Tennessee Bureau of ... (click for more)

Election Day Observations - And Response

Congratulations to all the winners in Thursday's election. And also thanks to all who ran, it takes a lot of courage to enter the arena of politics. I didn't vote for Weston in the primary but I certainly did in the general election. I think he will do a wonderful job. Sabrena, I voted for you but I would imagine your career is over after one of the dumbest political stunts I ... (click for more)