Mu­sic Cal­en­dar

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ACOUS­TIC GOSPEL JAM — Brain­erd United Methodist Church, McFer­rin Chapel, 4315 Brain­erd Road. Jam ses­sion, 6-7 p. m. each Sun­day. Free. 423- 698-5928. BESSIE SMITH STRUT — M. L. King Boule­vard. Blues mu­sic on two stages dur­ing River­bend Fes­ti­val, 5: 30-11 p. m. June 11. Per­form­ers: Drew Ster­chi & Blues Tribe, Charles Walker Band, Dea­conBluz & The Holysmoke Band, Rick Rush­ing & The Blues Strangers and Chri­s­tone King­fish In­gram. $ 5 with River­bend Fes­ti­val gen­eral-ad­mis­sion wrist­band, $ 10 with­out. www. river­bend­fes­ti­ BLUE­GRASS UN­DER­GROUND — The Cav­erns, 555 Charlie Roberts Road, Pel­ham, Tenn. Un­der­ground con­certs, 4 p. m.; doors open at 3 p. m. the­cav­erns. com.

Fri­day, June 8: Pianopalooza fea­tur­ing Dav­ina & The Vagabonds and Ja­son D. Wil­liams. $ 50-$650.

Fri­day, June 16: Keller Wil­liams with Boy Named Banjo. Sold out. CHAT­TANOOGA FES­TI­VAL OF BLACK ARTS & IDEAS — Var­i­ous venues. Mu­sic and

arts ex­plor­ing the black ex­pe­ri­ence, June 14-19. Black­Art­, 423- 883- 0178, Black­Art­

June 14: Staged read­ing of “Don’t Suf­fer in Si­lence,” about child sex­ual abuse, by Chat­tanooga play­wright Charles Patterson, 6 p. m., Chat­tanooga Theatre Cen­tre, 400 River St. Free.

June 15: Screening of “Michael Valen­tine,” win­ner of 2018 In­spired Faith Film Fes­ti­val Best Short Film,” and “Trea­sure,” both by She­lia Wof­ford, a Chat­tanooga ac­tress, writer, di­rec­tor, film­maker, cast­ing di­rec­tor and owner of Live To In­spire Pro­duc­tions, 6 p. m., Chat­tanooga Theatre Cen­tre, 400 River St. Fol­lowed by panel dis­cus­sion about the grow­ing film in­dus­try in Atlanta and Nashville and op­por­tu­ni­ties for black ac­tors, film­mak­ers and pro­duc­ers. Free.

June 16: Black Mu­sic Month Cel­e­bra­tion, 11: 30 a. m., Coolidge Park, 150 River St. Be­gins with West African drum­ming cir­cle led by lo­cal drum­mer Kofi Mawuko and his world mu­sic band Ogya, fol­lowed by per­for­mances of jazz, rap, hip- hop, soul, gospel, blues and clas­si­cal mu­sic and spo­ken word. Free.

June 16: Po­etic Kama Su­tra, spo­ken word com­bined with mu­sic and dance, 9 p. m., Chat­tanooga Theatre Cen­tre, 400 River St. $25. (Stay to watch River­bend fire­works at 11 p. m.) June 17: Panel dis­cus­sion about the in­flu­ence of the church in the black com--

mu­nity, 3: 30 p. m., fol­lowed by gospel choirs and praise teams in “Black Dads Mat­ter” trib­ute, 5 p. m., Coolidge Park, 150 River St. Free.

June 18: Panel dis­cus­sion of lo­cal artist Charlie New­ton’s paint­ing “The La­men­ta­tion of Ed John­son,” part of month­long “Let Free­dom Ring” ex­hi­bi­tion, 7 p. m., AVA Gallery, 30 Fra­zier St. View­ing be­gins at 6 p. m. Free.

June 19: June­teenth com­mem­o­ra­tion cer­e­mony, with dra­matic read­ing of the Eman­ci­pa­tion Procla­ma­tion by LaFred­er­ick Thirkill, ac­com­pa­nied by per­for­mances of tra­di­tional Ne­gro spir­i­tu­als and singing of the Ne­gro na­tional anthem, “Lift Ev­ery Voice and Sing,” as ar­ranged by Chat­tanooga com­poser Roland M. Carter, noon, steps of Chat­tanooga City Hall, 100 E. 11th St. Free.

June 19: “Un­told His­tory, Vol­ume 2,” Young Gifted and Black per­for­mances of song, spo­ken word and the­atrics, 7: 30 p. m., Bark­ing Legs Theater, 1307 Dodds Ave. $ 10. CHAT­TANOOGA FLUTE CHOIR — Free con­certs by the Chat­tanooga Area Flute So­ci­ety Adult Flute Choir fea­ture world pre­miere of piece writ­ten for the choir by Don Michael Di­cie and tran­scrip­tions of mu­sic for or by or­gan­ists. 423- 842- 4570.

Sun­day, June 10: 3- 4 p. m., Good Shep­herd Lutheran Church, 822 Belvoir Ave.

Sun­day, June 17: 3- 4 p. m., Stu­art Heights Bap­tist Church, 3208 Hix­son Pike. CHARLES & MYR­TLE’S COFFEEHOUSE — Christ Unity Church, 105 McBrien Road. Re­sumes June 16 with Mark Dvo­rak. 423- 892- 4960, www.chris­tu­ CHAT­TANOOGA SONG- WRIT­ERS NIGHT — Heritage House, 1428 Jenkins Road. House con­cert by Mike Crowder, Jes­samyn Rains, Peri McIntosh, Chris Slaten and host An­thony Quails, 7- 9 p. m. June 14; doors open at 6: 30 p. m. Free. Light re­fresh­ments served. 423- 855- 9474,­song­writ­er­sasso. CHOO CHOO CHO­RUS — All Saints Academy, 310 E. Eighth St. Men’s bar­ber­shop har­mony group re­hearsal, 7- 9: 30 p. m. each Mon­day. All voice ranges needed; not re­quired to read mu­sic. 423- 894- 8559, 423- 413- 8681. DULCIMERS AND AC­COM­PA­NI­MENT — Brooks Me­mo­rial United Methodist Church, 1552 Mercer St. Moun­tain dul­cimer club monthly meet­ing and prac­tice, 1: 30 p. m. Satur­day, June 9. Free. 423- 821- 0803. ENGELHEIM VINE­YARDS — 127 Lake­view Road, El­li­jay, Ga. 706- 635- 9463, www. engelheim. com. Live mu­sic by Dr. Paul, 1: 30 p. m. Satur­day, June 9, and Timothy O’Donovan, 1: 30 p. m. Sun­day, June 10. FREE FID­DLE SCHOOL — Fid­dlers Anony­mous, 2248 Day­ton Blvd., Red Bank. In­struc­tion for new­bies at 2 p. m., begin­ners at 2: 30 p. m., in­ter­me­di­ates at 3: 30 p. m. Sun­days; fid­dles pro­vided. Free potluck din­ner, 4 p. m.; blue­grass jam, 4- 8 p. m. 423994-7497. GOSPEL, DAY­TON, TENN. — McDon­ald’s, 130 Able Drive. McDon­ald’s Singers and fea­tured acts, 7 p. m. each

Thurs­day. 423-240- 6027. GOSPEL, HIX­SON — Dairy Queen, 5433 High­way 153. Kin­dred Spir­its Vo­cal Band and Chuck Robin­son fea­tured, 6- 8 p. m. Tues­day, June 12. 423-593-7217. GOSPEL, OOLTEWAH — Rafael’s Ital­ian Restau­rant, 5032 Ooltewah- Ring­gold Road. The Spray­ber­rys and Elmer Bram­lett fea­tured, 6: 30- 8: 30 p. m. Mon­day, June 11. 423356- 9260. GOSPEL, OOLTEWAH— Wendy’s, 6009 Ooltewah- Georgetown Road, Ooltewah. Fea­tured singers, 6: 30- 8: 30 p. m. each Tues­day. 423- 488- 6031. MOUN­TAIN OPRY — Walden’s Ridge Civic Cen­ter, 2501 Fair­mount Pike, Sig­nal Moun­tain. Blue­grass and moun­tain mu­sic, 8-11 p. m. each Fri­day. Free. 423- 8863252. MU­SIC AT THE WIN­ERY — Carte­cay Vine­yards, 5704 Clear Creek Road, El­li­jay, Ga. Live mu­sic by Daisy Chain, 1: 30-5: 30 p. m. Satur­day, June 9, and Dom Weir, 1-5 p. m. Sun­day, June 10. Con­certs are free. $ 10 wine tast­ing in­cludes five tast­ings and logo wine glass. 706- 698- 9463, www.carte­cayvine­ MU­SIC IN THE VINE­YARD — Ge­or­gia Win­ery, 6469 Bat­tle­field Park­way, Ring­gold, Ga. 706- 937- 9463, www. geor­giaw­ Clare Dono­hue Quar­tet per­forms in all-ages sum­mer se­ries, 5- 8 p. m. June 16, rain or shine. Bring your own seat­ing. Wines plus cheese, hum­mus and sea­sonal ap­pe­tizer plates for pur­chase. $ 5 ad­mis­sion. NIGHT­FALL — Miller Plaza, 850 Mar­ket St. Free con­cert se­ries spon­sored by Chat­tanooga Presents re­sumes June 22 af­ter River­bend Fes­ti­val. Free. 423-265- 0771, www. night­fallchat­tanooga. com. RED BANK BLUE­GRASS JAM — Grace Nazarene Church, 6310 Day­ton Blvd. Jam ses­sion for all lev­els of blue­grass and coun­try musicians, 6: 30- 9 p. m. each Thurs­day. Play or lis­ten. 423- 877- 9948. THE RING­GOLD OPRY — Ring­gold De­pot, 155 De­pot St., Ring­gold, Ga. Blue­grass and old-time coun­try mu­sic, clog­ging and danc­ing, 7 p. m. Satur­day, June 9. Free. 706935-2251. RIVER­BEND FES­TI­VAL — River­front Park­way at Ross’s Land­ing. Nearly 100 artists on five stages over eight days (sep­a­rate ad­mis­sion for Bessie Smith Strut on June 11 on M.L. King Boule­vard is $5 with River­bend gen­eral-ad­mis­sion wrist­band, $10 with­out). Head­lin­ers: Hank Wil­liams Jr., The Wallflow­ers, Luke Combs, Switch­foot, Dustin Lynch, Flo Rida, Third Eye Blind and Bret Michaels. Gen­eral-ad­mis­sion wrist­band $44 on­line in ad­vance, $60 at the gate; onenight wrist­bands $ 30 ($10 on Faith & Fam­ily Night, June 12); free for chil­dren 10 and younger. www.river­bend­fes­ti­ RIVER CITY SES­SIONS — Lula Lake Land Trust, 5000 Lula Lake Road, Look­out Moun­tain, Ga. Twi­light con­cert, plus trail hik­ing, 4: 30 p. m.-9: 30 p. m. Fri­day, June 8. Gates open 4: 30 p. m.; busk­ing by Moun­tain Creek House Fire at 5: 30 p. m.; Magic Birds, sto­ry­teller Michael Gray and Red Shoes & Rosin at 7 p. m. $ 10 in ad­vance, $ 12 day of; free for chil­dren un­der 12. www. riverci­ty­ses­ SALE CREEK OPRY — Sale Creek Lions Club, 15222 Cop­pinger Road. Old-time coun­try and gospel mu­sic, 6: 30 p. m. each Satur­day. $ 5 cou­ples, $ 3 sin­gles; free for kids 12 and younger. floy­d­bled­ SCENIC CITY CHO­RUS — Spring Creek Road Bap­tist Church, 1312 Spring Creek Road. Women’s four- part har­mony ses­sions for all tal­ent lev­els, 6: 30- 9: 30 p. m. Mon­days. Singers needed; visi­tors wel­come. 423- 902-3298, www. scenic­c­i­ty­cho­ SE­NIORS DANCE — Team­sters Union Hall, 4431 Bonny Oaks Drive. Band plays line dance, slow coun­try and ’ 50s rock mu­sic, 7-10 p. m. each Satur­day. $ 5 do­na­tion. 423867-7185.

SUM­MER MU­SIC WEEK­ENDS — Rock City Gar­dens, 1400 Pat­ten Road, Look­out Moun­tain, Ga. Se­ries on week­ends plus hol­i­days, through La­bor Day, fea­tures old-time, blue­grass and folk/coun­try musicians Matt Downer (daily), Am­ber Car­ring­ton (Fri­days), Tar­ryn Aimee Smith (Satur­days) and High­beams (Sun­days). Free with reg­u­lar ad­mis­sion. 706- 820-2531, www. see­rockc­ YOUTH TRUTH RE­VUE — Bi­ble- based va­ri­ety show (songs, skits, sto­ries) pre­sented by Mays Mu­sic Min­istries. www. michael­

Satur­day, June 9: 7: 309 p. m. at Ten­nessee Val­ley Theatre, 184 W. Jackson Ave., Spring City, Tenn. $ 10 in­cludes snacks and drinks. 423- 457-5128, 423-3657529, www.ten­nessee­val­leythe­

Sun­day, June 10: 4- 6 p. m. at Droop Scoops, 120 Gor­don St., Chicka­mauga, Ga. $ 10 in­cludes din­ner and ice cream. 423-779- 6044, 423- 457-5128.

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