Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events

Friday, February 19, 2021

Here are the upcoming Chattanooga Live Music weekend events through Monday.

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

The Signal announces Drake White returns to Chattanooga on May 7. Drake is seen in the video performing at 2013 Riverbend.

18-Feb Sam Steadman at Farm To Fork at 7 PM 
18-Feb Loop Skywalker w/ Danimal & Yattie Wanderlinger 7:30 PM
19-Feb Gabe Newell at Tremont Tavern 4 PM
19-Feb Zech Dallas at The Feed co Table & Tavern 7 PM
19-Feb Smitty at Gate 11 Distillery at 7:30 PM
19-Feb Alien Excursion w/ The Other Brothers Wanderlinger 8 PM
19-Feb Maya Trippe at Puckett's 8 PM
19-Feb Kapo at Las Margaritas Cleveland at 8 PM
19-Feb Trey Lewis at The Signal at 8 PM
19-Feb Jess Goggan Band at Stone Cup at 8 PM 
19-Feb Throttle 21 w/ With Josh Minchew at Bud's Sports Bar at 10 PM
20-Feb Jason Lyles In Store Performance at For The Record 1 PM
20-Feb Ben Chapman at Puckett's 8 PM
20-Feb Et Cetera (ETC) LIVE at Wanderlinger 8:30 PM
20-Feb Classic Rock in Rhea Co.

at Jacob Myer's Restir 9 PM 
20-Feb Voodoo Slim at Crescent City Tavern at 9 PM
20-Feb Throttle 21 w/ With Josh Minchew at Bud's Sports Bar at 10 PM
22-Feb The Fridge Cold Hearted Valentines at SoundScape Studios Live Stream 8 PM



Lee’s Symphonic Band To Perform Spring Concert “Holding On”

String Theory To Welcome The Neubauer Quartet For “No Strings Attached!”

EPB Fiber Optics Notifies Subscribers Of TV Rate Increase


Lee University’s Symphonic Band will present its spring concert on Tuesday, March 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center, under the direction of Dr. Mark Bailey, professor of music. The program ... (click for more)

String Theory at the Hunter, in partnership with Lee University and the Hunter Museum of American Art, will host the second “No Strings Attached!” on Tuesday, March 9, at 6:30 p.m., a virtual ... (click for more)

As national TV content providers continue their trend of increasing content costs each year, TV providers all over the country must pass these costs along. EPB Fiber Optics is raising TV rates ... (click for more)



Entertainment

Lee’s Symphonic Band To Perform Spring Concert “Holding On”

Lee University’s Symphonic Band will present its spring concert on Tuesday, March 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center, under the direction of Dr. Mark Bailey, professor of music. The program will feature classic music from the concert band repertoire such as Sousa, Curnow, and Reed, as well as worship selections that feature all of the Symphonic Band’s musicians. “The Symphonic ... (click for more)

String Theory To Welcome The Neubauer Quartet For “No Strings Attached!”

String Theory at the Hunter, in partnership with Lee University and the Hunter Museum of American Art, will host the second “No Strings Attached!” on Tuesday, March 9, at 6:30 p.m., a virtual event allowing audience members to experience behind-the-scenes conversations and impromptu performances with The Neubauer Quartet. “We are thrilled to offer audience members a chance to ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Westrock Facility Off Manufacturers Road Damaged By 2-Alarm Fire Sunday Afternoon

Chattanooga firefighters prevented a two-alarm fire from spreading through a massive warehouse on Sunday afternoon. The call came out at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday to the WestRock facility on Compress Street off Manufacturers Road. WestRock makes cardboard boxes. Responding crews could see heavy smoke coming from the structure and knew they were dealing with an active fire. ... (click for more)

Tony Bigoms, Convicted In 2012 Murder Of Dana Wilkes, Dies In State Prison

Tony Bigoms, 61, who was convicted in the 2012 murder of Dana Wilkes, died on Friday in a state prison. Bigoms was tried and convicted twice in the murder and dismemberment of Ms. Wilkes. Her body was found on the banks of the Chickamauga River. He was convicted of first-degree murder in 2014, but was granted a retrial after the court of appeals found issues with the sequestration ... (click for more)

Opinion

COVID Vaccine: Fomenting Fear And Spreading Disinformation

Tennesseans have proven we are resilient and determined moving through the COVID pandemic response. Getting to this point in our state -- one of only a handful that has economic growth, open schools and an ability to see a light at the end of this proverbial tunnel -- has taken unbelievable effort. Yet, one revelation of many over the last year has been the need to reject those ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: My Garden In March

It was about midnight last night, just at the point we flip a page on the calendar, when the month of March arrived in the middle of a thunderstorm. You bet, just as it has for ages, this month arrives like a lion and eases out 31 days from now as a lamb. I could hardly mind the thunder; I am so glad to see the arrival of spring and the promise my flowers will awake from their winter’s ... (click for more)