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July 2018

Connection 27

Organized by: Public Markets; Located at: Cambridge Square

July 20, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

We are a band based out of the southern area of Tennessee. We all share a close friendship, a desire to create a certain sound, and the willingness to achieve that sound while we are having fun doing it. There is no substitute for experience, and there is a lot of experience with this band, in fact 3 of the 5 members have past professional touring band positions. But we all have years of experience playing the music that we…

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River Whyless with Adam Torres

Organized by: Songbirds Guitar Museum; Located at: Songbirds Guitar Museum

July 20, 2018 @ 7:00 pm

Following the release of his latest album, "Pearls to Swine" and his "I Came to Sing the Song" EP,both via Fat Possum in 2016 and 2017 respectively, Adam Torres has established himself as apowerful and poignant performer and songwriter. His explorations find him sitting equallywithin psych-folk and indie, and flavored by his affinity for his family's roots in the U.S.Southwest. The resulting music offers deep, introspective journeys, both intimate andmemorable, making it clear why Torres has become a favorite of…

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Cecil Allen Moore with Dallas Walker

Organized by: Songbirds Guitar Museum; Located at: Songbirds Guitar Museum

July 20, 2018 @ 9:00 pm

As a mainstay on the alt-country/Americana scene since his days as a sideman with legendary songwriter Roger Alan Wade (Country State Of Mind) in the late 90’s, through his early to mid 2000’s stint as vocalist in the Southeastern heavyweights “The Tennessee Rounders” Moore continues to be one of the early bearers of torch for the Outlaw Country Revival. Moore’s music is currently played on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio as well as over 1,000 Terrestrial AM/FM Stations around the world. In…

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The Pea Pickin’ Hearts

Organized by: Public Markets; Located at: Tennessee Aquarium Plaza

July 21, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm

The Pea Pickin’ Hearts cast a spell with their quirky Americana mashup of raucous rockabilly, folk & hillbilly sounds that pay homage to 1940s & 50s Appalachia. Lead singer Rachel Gibson & guitarist Jon Ives create unique harmonies that can only develop after years of listening–-one to the other. Their name is a sweet tribute to both Tennessee Ernie Ford’s famous line “bless your pea pickin’ heart” & the love they share for Tennessee. The Pea Pickin’ Hearts are celebrating the NEW…

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Chattanooga Girls Rock Camp Showcase Concert

Organized by: Songbirds Guitar Museum; Located at: Songbirds Guitar Museum

July 21, 2018 @ 2:00 pm

Chattanooga Girls Rock! exists to empower girls in our community to build confidence and celebrate their individuality through collaborative music education and performance.All of us at CGR! look forward to a world in which girls are encouraged to pursue their interests without the notion that some dreams are out of their reach, where support and teamwork replace competition and acrimony, and where girls and women are never afraid to rock with abandon.

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$10 - $20

Legacy Five In Concert

Organized by: Collegedale Community Church; Located at: Collegedale Community Church

July 21, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

BE A PART OF OUR 2ND ANNUAL HEALING MUSIC FESTIVAL PROVIDING VIOLIN LESSONS TO INNER CITY KIDS IN CHATTANOOGA! Violinist, Jaime Jorge has been touring and playing the violin for almost 30 years and has done more than 3,000 concerts on 6 continents in 72 countries. In 2012 he founded Healing Music, Inc. to raise awareness and funds for missionary projects near and dear to his heart. This festival is for our project for inner city kids in Chattanooga. It…

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$12 - $15

Jess Goggans Band Presents a Tribute to Janis Joplin

Organized by: Songbirds Guitar Museum; Located at: Songbirds Guitar Museum

July 21, 2018 @ 9:00 pm

Think Susan Tedeschi meets a mature Janis Joplin. Jess Goggans is new to WOSRadio and we’re so glad we discovered her music. Her powerhouse vocals are gritty and emotionally-charged (and I hear she’s an artist in the kitchen as well) and her band plays a mean blues groove. – WOSR, Women of Substance RadioHer breathy, sultry voice lures you in…then without warning flies to a crescendo with range reminiscent of young Aretha Franklin demanding some respect. – Marc Michael, The…

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Kofi Mawuko

Organized by: Public Markets; Located at: Tennessee Aquarium Plaza

July 22, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm
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Music has always played an integral part in the life of percussionist and singer, Kofi Mawuko, a native of Ghana, West Africa. His entertainment career began at the age of 10 as a member of the Kyirem Children’s Cultural Performing Troupe, which led to tours throughout Africa, Cuba, Europe and Russia. He began teaching in London where his works in music and dance have been publicized in television and movie productions. His musical compositions were selected for production in the…

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