Here's just another reason why Chattanooga is the best place to live. Noon Tunes is a weekly, mid-day music performance in Miller Plaza. This series will showcase local talent and offer a platform for artists to be seen and heard every Wednesday in May, June and July from noon-1pm. Sounds like a perfect lunch break to us! Will we see you this Wednesday?
A veteran country songwriters songwriter, Lew Card is no stranger to life on the road and in the studio. After playing mandolin in various bands over the last decade, Card has set out the last few years on creating his own music.
Wednesday, May 3, 12pm-1pm
Swayyvo is a rapper, performer, producer, and musician (Piano and Saxophone) who started creating music at the young age of 12. Swayyvo has been on many stages showcasing his talent for 7 years before finally becoming a producer, writer, and artist for the killinthastreetz (KTS) brand.
Wednesday, May 10, 12pm-1pm
The songs of Megan Saunders build a sense of story and place, with inspiration drawn from exploits, love and insomnia across the back roads of rural America. Using a combination of earnest vocals and a variety of acoustic string instruments, she creates a sound that spans playful and luminous to sultry and haunting, all the while keeping a foot in American roots music.
Wednesday, May 17, 12pm-1pm
Having played every genre from western swing and jazz, Fanelli eventually forged his signature style with 1930's New Orleans party jazz, which he has spent the last 16 years honing. Fanelli’s combination of guitar virtuosity, good-time music and charismatic stage banter--coupled with his charming vintage mien--has earned him a reputation as the go-to guy for club bookings, events, weddings and more.
Wedneday, May 24, 12-1pm
The Blues are a religion and Brian "Husky" Burnette sho nuff preaches it. You can feel the testimony as he blends Delta and Hill Country Blues with Rock n Roll. His music is gritty, soulful, low-down and dirty.
Wednesday, May 31, 12-1pm
Made up of Scott Bruce and Ben Ezell, Magic Brids delivers their stripped down version of true Americana music, blending elements of country, folk, bluegrass, rock and genuine heart and soul.
Wednesday, June 7, 12-1pm
D.L. Yancey II, is a singer/songwriter from Hampton Roads, VA currently residing in Chattanooga, TN. A self taught guitarist, D.L. is putting the final touches on an acoustic recording project. This project is a conversion of hip hop to acoustic soul.
Wednesday, June 14, 12-1pm
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