Siblings, David Bingaman and Jennie Hayes Kurtz, grew up in Dallas, Texas listening to blues, classic rock, and country music. They both fell in love with the art of songwriting while attending the University of Arkansas and began writing and singing together in Fayetteville. They moved to Nashville and formed Brother and The Hayes in 2016 and released The Dead End EP in 2017. Their lyric-driven roots music is slathered in infectious grooves while paying homage to artists like Lightnin' Hopkins, Guy Clark, and Loretta Lynn.
Steel Blossoms, an americana, country, folk group from Nashville, Tennessee. Steel Blossoms is a country band located in Nashville, TN. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, they want to speak to you through their americana sound. FREE show for ages 21+
Come join Stringer's Ridge band at Chattanooga's great new brewery for our eclectic mix of Celtic, folk and string band music. Fiddle tunes and songs, perfect music for enjoying a Wanderlinger brew or two!
Join us for Handcrafted Happy Hour
May 14, 4 – 7p.m. @ Wanderlinger Brewing Company
1208 King Street - Located at North end of building
Street Parking is available. Free parking is available across the street at the Development Resource Center from 5pm onward.
Is your artwork fiber-based or informed by it? If you quilt, knit, crochet, weave, embroider, create macrame’, design clothing, do needlework, etc. – come on out. Makers of all skill levels are welcome!
Join us for a beverage and time to work on our projects alongside one another. Meet other artists working with various fiber-related mediums in the Chattanooga area.
If you’d like to sketch or design; that’s welcome, too.
This is an ongoing bi-monthly gathering co-sponsored by the Association of Visual of Arts (AVA) and the Chattanooga Modern Quilt Guild (Chatt MQG).
Fun and educational, as always! Bring your own supplies for this first event, but let Rik know if you need something and he may be able to help. $10.00 donations are suggested and will help determine if we do more of these. Not sure yet of format but this is open to youths and adults alike, of any skill level, so there will be a “tips and tricks” aspect to it on some level.