10 Shows To See This Week Including Lung, John McCauley, GULL, Marcus White and more

Photo: John McCauley – Playing Barrelhouse 6/23

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Here are 10 concerts to see in the next seven days, happening all around Chattanooga. For ticket links and further details, visit the Chattanooga Music Guide Concert Calendar.

Wednesday 6/19: Marcus White @ AVL Dispensary

AVL Dispensary hosts free weekly shows every Wednesday and Friday. This week’s Wednesday evening show features Marcus White of the KillaKeyz Band performing solo from 7-9PM. Enjoy the elixirs, teas, and treats with soothing vibes provided by the great local wizard of keys Marcus White. // AVL Dispensary 7PM No Cover

KillaKeyz Band “Happy Music” (Live at Arch Audio)

Thursday 6/20: Lon Eldridge @ Boneyard

Lon Eldridge continues his residency at The Boneyard with a cover-free Thursday night show. Eldridge is a master instrumentalist and songwriter who performs traditional folk, ragtime, jazz, and Americana classics and originals. // The Boneyard Bar 8PM No Cover

Lon Eldridge “Waltz of the Ozarks” (Bud Isaacs cover)

Thursday 6/20: GULL @ Sluggo’s

GULL is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Nathaniel Rappole. His live shows are innovative displays of unhinged musical talent. Using loops, he constructs each song in layers, playing guitar and drums while wearing a paper-mache mask with a built-in vocal mic. GULL shows are an artistic blend of music and experimentation. Franzy and LeQueef open the show. // Sluggo’s 8PM $10

GULL “Fast Enough” (Live at Wreckroom)

Friday 6/21: Aaron James @ Redbud

Memphis-based singer-songwriter Aaron James has made his mark with poignant and evocative indie folk music, releasing multiple EPs and a full-length album. His forthcoming EP, The Last Day of the Cold, is set to debut this month. Sharing the stage are local indie-folk talents Catherine Campbell and the duo In The Company of Wolves. // The Redbud 8PM $10/15 Ticket link

Aaron James “My New Best Friend Is Loneliness” (Official Audio)

Friday 6/21: DK Harrell @ Nightfall

D.K. Harrell, Louisiana’s rising blues sensation, swiftly ascended to prominence with his acclaimed debut album, The Right Man, released in 2023. Recognized as the Best Emerging Artist at the Blues Music Awards, he has toured extensively across the US and Europe, sharing stages with the Tedeschi Trucks Band and Christone ‘Kingfish’ Ingram. // Miller Plaza Nightfall Music Series 7PM No cover

D.K. Harrell Blues Band “I Just Want to Make Love to You” (Live B.B. King Cover)

Saturday 6/22: Terry Ohms @ Cherry Street Tavern

It’s a night of label-mates at Cherry Street Tavern as three bands from Cornelius Chapel Records take the stage. Birmingham-based artists Terry Ohms and Kyle Kimbrell will perform alongside local favorites Matt and Marty Bohannon. // Cherry Street Tavern 8PM

Terry Ohms “Didn’t Think You Had It” (Official Audio)

Saturday 6/22: 9th Anniversary Party @ Hutton & Smith

Celebrate a great local brewery with special beer releases, vendors, and fantastic local bands. Festivities begin at 12PM, with music starting at 2:45PM featuring There Be Monsters followed by The Banshees at 4PM, Iron Fez at 6:30PM, and We Are US from 8:30 to 11PM. Your entry fee includes one free beer. // Hutton & Smith Taproom 431 E MLK Blvd. 8PM $15

Iron Fez “Forgettin’ That I’m Quittin’” (Official Audio)

Sunday 6/23: John McCauley, T. Hardy Morris @ Barrelhouse

John McCauley from Deer Tick and T. Hardy Morris of Dead Confederate fame join forces for a special series of shows, with a local gig at Barrelhouse Ballroom. Witness them deliver intimate solo sets back-to-back, offering a rare glimpse of these singer-songwriters performing stripped-down versions of their music. // Barrelhouse Ballroom 7PM $30 Ticket link

John McCauley “Ashamed” (Live at Billsville House)

Sunday 6/23: Olivia Ellen Lloyd @ The Woodshop

Get ready for an evening of pickin’ and singin’ so good, The Woodshop opened its doors on a Sunday just to host it. Olivia Ellen Lloyd, the NYC-based West Virginia native, dropped Loose Cannon in 2021 to praise from Rolling Stone Country and Holler. Sharing the stage with her are award-winning local banjo player Randy Steele and Jesse Harman, frontman of Asheville’s own The Squealers. // The Woodshop Listening Room 8PM $10

Olivia Ellen Lloyd “Excuse Yourself” (Official Audio)

Sunday 6/23: Lung @ Sluggo’s

The rock duo Lung features classically trained opera singer and cellist Kate Wakefield, along with drummer Daisy Caplan. They bring an intense fusion of loud, distorted cello and spooky grunge-rock vibes straight from Cincinnati. With 2023’s Adult Prom, Lung now boasts five albums in their discography. Opening the show are local experimental duo Easy Puzzles and punk rockers Cult Baby. // Sluggo’s 8PM 21+ $10

Lung “Kingpin” (Official Audio)

Find more concerts in and around Chattanooga on our concert calendar.