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  • Jazz Ensemble Concert at Southern Adventist University

    Jazz Ensemble Concert at Southern Adventist University
    Sat. Apr 27th
    9pm – 10pm

    at Ackerman Auditorium

    Southern Adventist University’s School of Music presents “Happy Birthday, Duke,” a Jazz Ensemble concert, as a tribute to Duke Ellington. Directed by Ken Parsons, the ensemble will perform in Mabel Wood Hall’s Ackerman Auditorium on Saturday, April 27, at 9 p.m. The repertoire will feature Ellington’s Satin Doll and Mood Indigo, among other songs. Allyson...

  • Mid-South Symphonic Band FREE Spring Celebration Spectacular Concert

    Mid-South Symphonic Band FREE Spring Celebration Spectacular Concert
    Sun. Apr 28th
    3pm – 4pm

    at Volkswagen Conference Center

    The Mid-South Symphonic Band will host a spring celebration spectacular concert on April 28, 2024 at 3 pm at the Volkswagen Conference Center, 8001 Volkswagen Drive, Chattanooga, TN 37421. The concert is free and open to all ages of music fans. Founded in 1990, the Mid-South Symphonic Band is composed of 60 musicians from the greater Chattanooga area and...

  • Jessie Murph Live In The Sticks Tour

    Jessie Murph Live In The Sticks Tour
    Wed. May 1st
    8pm – 11:30pm

    at The Signal

    Singer Jessie Murph brings a sugar-coated, country-inflected grit to her moody trap- and R&B-influenced pop. She first broke through in 2021 with singles like "Upgrade" and "When I'm Not Around." Her debut EP, If I Died Last Night, appeared in 2022, followed by the 2023 mixtape drowning. Collaborations with Maren Morris, Diplo, and Jelly Roll followed later...

  • Mustache The Band

    Mustache The Band
    Fri. May 3rd
    8pm – 11:59pm

    at The Signal

    Mustache The Band is the 90s Country Party Band that’ll grow on you. Mustache delivers a powerful performance of all of your favorite country hits from the 1990’s. With well over 125 songs under their buckles, you are guaranteed to have a non-stop party on your hands. Mustache The Band will take you on a journey back into the 90s...when sleeveless tanks,...

  • Charles Wesley Godwin w/ Kashus Culpepper

    Charles Wesley Godwin w/ Kashus Culpepper
    Sat. May 4th
    8pm – 11:30pm

    at The Signal

    For a while there, Charles Wesley Godwin was in something of a funk. A typically prolific writer, and one who over his first two critically-acclaimed albums had proven himself to be a reflective and soulful songwriter and singer — a storyteller in the vein of his heroes like Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson and Bruce Springsteen— Godwin found himself in a...

  • Dayseeker: Dark Sun Tour

    Dayseeker: Dark Sun Tour
    Wed. May 8th
    7pm – 11:59pm

    at The Signal

    Dayseeker (Post-Hardcore) embody what a rock band can be in the 21st century. Untethered from rules and agnostic of genre confines, the Southern California quartet—Rory Rodriguez [vocals], Gino Sgambelluri [guitar], Ramone Valerio [bass], and Mike Karle [drums]—exist outside of any and all boundaries. As such, they seamlessly absorb culture at lightspeed,...

  • Wheeler Walker Jr.: The Spread Eagle Tour

    Wheeler Walker Jr.: The Spread Eagle Tour
    Fri. May 10th
    8pm – 11:59pm

    at The Signal

    Whatever you do, don’t you dare tell Wheeler Walker Jr. (Country) who he is or what he does. “I don’t play by the rules,” says the no-nonsense, straight-talking musician who ever since his chart-topping debut album, 2016’s Redneck Shit, has been giving the proverbial middle finger to anyone who doubts him. “I don’t want people to tell me what the fuck to do....

  • From Ashes To New – The Blackout Tour Pt. 2

    From Ashes To New – The Blackout Tour Pt. 2
    Mon. May 13th
    6pm – 11:30pm

    at The Signal

    Lancaster, Pennsylvania is one of a hundred similar American towns; in fact, there are places just like it all over the world: post-industrial but still largely working class, and generally offering bleak prospects for the kids who grow up there. Suburban boredom, broken families, substance abuse, limited opportunity – this is an environment in which...

  • Mammoth WVH – The Mammoth II Tour

    Mammoth WVH – The Mammoth II Tour
    Tue. May 14th
    8pm – 11:59pm

    at The Signal

    First impressions last a lifetime. Wolfgang Van Halen has prepared a lifetime to make his first impression. The songwriter, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist worked tirelessly towards the introduction of MAMMOTH [Explorer1], his self-titled 2021 debut album. Playing every instrument and singing each and every note, his music presents a personal and...

  • August Burns Red w/ Fuming Mouth

    August Burns Red w/ Fuming Mouth
    Wed. May 15th
    7:30pm – 11:59pm

    at The Signal

    Upholding artistic pillars of tightly wound technical proficiency, airtight grooves, and pensive lyricism, August Burns Red (genre: Metalcore) fulfill a quiet, yet staunch 17-year commitment to a diehard audience worldwide. The two-time GRAMMY® Award-nominated Pennsylvania quintet—JB Brubaker [lead guitar], Brent Rambler [rhythm guitar], Matt Greiner [drums],...

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