Chattanooga Live Music Upcoming Events

Thursday, September 23, 2021
The World-Famous Velcro Pygmies play at The Signal Friday.  Doors open at 7 p.m.
The World-Famous Velcro Pygmies play at The Signal Friday. Doors open at 7 p.m.
- photo by The Signal and Chattanooga Live Music

Here are the upcoming Chattanooga Live Music events through Tuesday. Check the CLM Facebook schedule page for details of each event.   

   
23-Sep Ariel Omarzu LIVE at 1885 Grill - Ooltewah, TN - 6 PM
23-Sep Live Music with Gary Hemstreet at 1885 Grill St Elmo - 6 PM
23-Sep Station Street Live - Brassville at 6 PM
23-Sep Thirsty Thursday at The Farm to Fork: Rowdy Henson LIVE! - 7 PM
23-Sep Maya and Scott Back at Carrabelles’ in Dayton, TN.

- 7 PM
23-Sep Songwriter Showcase at Wanderlinger Brewing - 7 PM
23-Sep Open Mic w djFRO at The Diving Mouse - 8 PM
23-Sep Jelly Roll w/ James Garcia & Still Matthews at The Signal [SOLD OUT]
24-Sep SHORTFLIX 'N' CHILL w/Kaiser Bay Prod. - Wanderlinger Brewing Company – 5PM
24-Sep Gabe Newell at The FEED Co. Table and Tavern - 7 PM
24-Sep Brag Bicycle - Courtney Daly & The Daly Grind at Veterans Mem. Dr., Sumville, - 7 PM
24-Sep Connor Priest @Hamilton's Food & Spirit/The Pizzeria Dalton - 7:30 PM
24-Sep Marshall Reeves Band - Bitner's RV Park, Game Room and Pub - 8 PM
24-Sep The Velcro Pygmies - World Famous at The Signal - 8 PM
24-Sep The Outsiders LIVE at Farm To Fork - 8:30 PM
24-Sep The Camden Smith Show at Puckett's at 8 PM
24-Sep YATTIE & WIMPEE at the Diving Mouse (Cleveland) 9:30 PM
24-Sep Jason Lee Wilson & James County - Smokey Mountain Brewery at 9:30 PM
24-Sep Tennessee Jogwheel Alliance at Dark Room Roast - 10 PM
25-Sep New Grass Express at East Ridge Centennial Celebration at Camp Jordan - 12 noon
25-Sep PBR Fall Equinox Anniversary Celebration at pax.breu.ruim - 2 PM
25-Sep Summertime’s Dead - The Other Brothers at Bus Bar & Grill - 3 PM
25-Sep 4th Annual Smith & Wesley and Friends NW GA Amphitheatre - 5 PM
25-Sep Jason Lee Wilson at Jacob Myer's Restaurant on the River (Dayton) - 6 PM
25-Sep Sullivan Band at Camp Jordan East Ridge Centennial Celebration - 7 PM
25-Sep An Evening with Erick Baker at Arts Avenue - 7:30 PM
25-Sep Voodoo Slim At City Of East Ridge Centennial Celebration!  8 PM
25-Sep Michael Hailey - Live at American Draft at Choo Choo - 8 PM
25-Sep The Daly Grind LIVE ~ LFO Class of ‘81 40th Reunion at The Farm to Fork - 8:30 PM
25-Sep Moon Taxi w/ Sparkle City Disco at The Signal - Door Opens at 7 PM
25-Sep Joel Beaver Band - The Diving Mouse at 9:30 PM
25-Sep Slaten Dooley at Pokey's (Cleveland TN) - 9:30 PM
25-Sep Saturday Brunch at The Farm: Gino Fanelli - 11 AM
25-Sep Jacob Johnson at Puckett’s Chattanooga - 8 PM 
26-Sep Sunday Brunch with Amber Fults at 1885 Grill - Noon
26-Sep Bikes Blessings and Bluegrass at The Farm to Fork w/ Mountain Cove at 2 PM
27-Sep Monday Night Blues Jam with Rick Rushing at Wanderlinger - 7 PM
27-Sep Joe C. DeVille at Volcano Crab & Bar - 7:30 PM
27-Sep Chants in the Void to Steal Your Monday at The Dark Roast - 8 PM
28-Sep Marcus White Wine and Jazz Night at Dark Roast - 8 PM 




Southern Adventist University Symphony Orchestra Welcomes Guest Performers For Nov. 7 Concert

UTC Symphony Orchestra Has Fall Concert Nov. 9

CSO Youth Orchestra Fall Concert Is Nov. 1


Southern Adventist University will present its Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Laurie Redmer Cadwallader, in concert on Sunday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the Collegedale Church of Seventh-day ... (click for more)

The UTC Symphony Orchestra will present a free Fall Concert live at First Baptist Chattanooga, 401 Gateway Ave., on Nov. 9. Masks are required and social distancing will be encouraged. It will ... (click for more)

CSO Youth Orchestra Fall Concert is set for Monday, Nov. 1, 7:30 p.m. at Brainerd Baptist Church. The Philharmonic and Symphony Youth Orchestras will be performing pieces such as Robert W. ... (click for more)



Entertainment

Southern Adventist University Symphony Orchestra Welcomes Guest Performers For Nov. 7 Concert

Southern Adventist University will present its Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Laurie Redmer Cadwallader, in concert on Sunday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the Collegedale Church of Seventh-day Adventists. The evening will include Overture Solennelle, op. 73 by Alexander Glazunov; Piano Concerto No. 19 in F major, K. 459 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with Alan Nichols, DMA, ... (click for more)

UTC Symphony Orchestra Has Fall Concert Nov. 9

The UTC Symphony Orchestra will present a free Fall Concert live at First Baptist Chattanooga, 401 Gateway Ave., on Nov. 9. Masks are required and social distancing will be encouraged. It will also be livestreamed at https://livestream.com/utc/utcsymphonyorchestraf21 Review for the concert: The concert will open with American Salute by Morton Gould. This rousing favorite incorporates ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Police Said Woman Who Struck Motorcyclists Appeared To Be Heavily Intoxicated

Chattanooga Police said a woman who struck four motorcyclists on Bonny Oaks Drive late Saturday night appeared to be extremely intoxicated. Police also said that 59-year-old Angela Daniels Mason (Watson) had to be removed from the scene because of hostility toward her. Police said the motorcyclists were trying to turn into 4278 Bonny Oaks and Jefferson Marley got off his motorcycle ... (click for more)

2 Shot And Killed Saturday Afternoon And Night In Chattanooga

Two men were shot in separate incidents Saturday afternoon and night. Tawon Billups, 21, was shot and killed on North Germantown Road Saturday afternoon. At approximately 4:54 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to the 700 block of North Germantown Road on a report of a person shot. Upon arrival, officers located a man suffering from a gunshot wound and secured the scene. ... (click for more)

Opinion

Pretending Is Dangerous

I’ve ‘seen some stuff’ in my time. I have followed politics for many years. I’m retired, I’m a realist and a Vietnam veteran, pretty much in that order. I’m not an alarmist or a conspiracy theorist. That said, I have never in my life been so concerned about the future of this Republic. Politics was once a legitimate contest of ideas, put forth by political figures who were sincere, ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: ‘Picciola,’ At Age 185

I came in touch with a man named James Baldwin last week and he’s a man I really like. Oh, I never met him in person … no, he was born in 1841 and died 96 years ago so I have only become a recent admirer through his books. A self-educated man, he became the Superintendent of Schools in Indiana at the age of 24 for 18 years. Then, not so curiously, he worried that children were missing ... (click for more)