9 concerts to see this week, including Twen, Sierra Hull, BIAS, Wayne White, and more

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Photo: Twen – Playing Rosecomb 6/29

Wrap up the month of June with an array of local live music!

Here are 9 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.

Tuesday 6/25: Sierra Hull @ Barrelhouse

Sierra Hull, a mandolin prodigy, made her debut at the Grand Ole Opry at 10, played Carnegie Hall at 12, and signed her first record deal at 13. Now 28, she has released four albums, establishing herself as a ceaselessly creative force in contemporary bluegrass music. In 2016, she became the first woman to win the IBMA Mandolin Player of the Year award, a title she has since claimed five more times. Emerging mandolin phenom Wyatt Ellis will open. // Barrelhouse Ballroom 7PM $30 Get tickets here

Sierra Hull “How Long” (Official Audio)

Wednesday 6/26: Mike Coykendall @ Cherry St. Tavern

Mike Coykendall, a singer-songwriter from Portland, Oregon, has made a name as a producer and engineer for artists like She & Him, M. Ward, and Blitzen Trapper. His solo debut, the experimental Americana gem Hello Hello Hello, dropped in 2005. Since then, he’s released four albums, including 2021’s The Dirt and the Dust. Charles Allison and Cody Ray will open the show. // Cherry Street Tavern 9PM $12 Get tickets here

Mike Coykendall “What Can I Do” (Official Audio)

Wednesday 6/26: George Lynch @ Songbirds

A key figure in the 80’s heavy metal boom, George Lynch guided Dokken to mainstream success before launching a solo career. Known for distinctive guitars and masterful solos, Lynch has been a prominent force in hard rock for four decades. The lineup also features Terry Ilous of XYZ and AON with singer Brett Carlisle from Great White. // Songbirds 7PM $50 Get tickets here

George Lynch: Lynch Mob “Wicked Sensation” (Official Audio)

Friday 6/28: Fiddling Leona @ The Woodshop

Fiddling Leona, a Tokyo-born musician now in East Tennessee, blends classical training with a passion for American roots music. She’s toured extensively, released three albums, and starred in Netflix’s “Swap Shop,” showcasing Appalachian culture. Leona aims to bridge cultural gaps through her music and television work. // The Woodshop Listening Room 8PM

Fiddling Leona – Live on The WDVX Blue Plate 9/9/2023

Friday 6/28: PLVNET @ Nightfall

The triumphant Road to Nightfall winners PLVNET headline this week’s show. The evening will kick off with the contest’s runner-up In The Company of Wolves taking the stage at 7:00pm. Arrive early for this year’s new happy hour drink specials and enjoy local music talent. // Nightfall Concert Series 7PM Free Event

PLVNET “Karma” (Official Audio)

Saturday 6/29: Username Password @ The Woodshop

Username Password is the musical project of Chattanooga native Wayne White, known for his roles as a visual artist, musician, and Emmy-winning set designer. This performance offers a rare chance to see his band live, featuring acclaimed percussionist Bob Stagner, also from Chattanooga. The show opens with Alex The Band. // The Woodshop Listening Room 8PM $10 Get tickets here

Username Password “Whammy”

Saturday 6/29: Bethfest @ Cherry St. Tavern

Bethfest celebrates the memory and creative spirit of Beth Kirby. Featuring performances by The Bohannons, King Heard, Brain & Bone, and Franzy. All ticket proceeds support Art 120, a community arts non-profit. // Cherry Street Tavern 9PM $10 Get tickets here

The Bohannons “Night Construction” (Official Music Video)

Saturday 6/29: Midsommar House Party @ Rosecomb

The Rosecomb Bar marks its third anniversary on Barton Avenue with a Midsommar House Party and Market. The market starts at 3:00 pm, free for all ages, offering local vendors and delicious treats. The concert, featuring Tristen, Twen, Lillian, Cult Baby, and Husky Burnette, is 21+. // The Rosecomb Bar $20 Event link

TWEN “Stunts” (Official Music Video)

Saturday 6/29: BIAS @ Riverfront Nights

This week’s Riverfront Nights show is headlined by On The Border: A Tribute to the Eagles. Kicking off the show is Grant Bias, who performs under the name BIAS. You might recognize him from NBC’s The Voice, where he worked his way into the top 10 and earned high praise from John Legend for his “undeniable star power.” // Riverfront Nights Summer Music Series 7PM Free show

BIAS “Lake of Fire” (Official Audio)

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