9 Shows To See This Week Including Luke Pigott & Slow Blink, Briteboy, Rig B, and more

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Photo: Palmyra – Playing Songbirds 6/14

Lots of local favorites hitting stages around the city this week. Folk, shoegaze, experimental, funk, soul. You can see it all live this week!

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.

Wednesday 6/12: Sawyer Norman @ Yellow Racket

Yellow Racket Records continues to book incredible shows with this stacked lineup featuring Greenville, South Carolina-based Sawyer Norman, an indie/alt rock musician who dropped the outstanding EP Funny Fish & Bread in March. Legit Smitty, a SC native now based in Nashville, whose moving songs bounce between lofi folk and alt rock. Locals we love also on the lineup: Walter Slide, Troy Leach. // Yellow Racket Records 8PM $10 Ticket link

Sawyer Norman “Sox Off!” (Official Audio)

Wednesday 6/12: Jazz Night @ Barking Legs

Some of Chattanooga’s most talented musicians will showcase a jazz set at Barking Leg’s weekly jazz night. Ben Van Winkle, Valerie Duke, Adam Stone, Yattie Westfield, and Noah Prince will perform. // Barking Legs Theater 7:30PM $10 Ticket link

Noah Prince and Adam Stone performing live with Over Easy in 2023.

Wednesday 6/12: The Wood Brothers @ Walker Theater

Oliver and Chris Wood, dubbed the “masters of soulful folk” by Paste Magazine, lead The Wood Brothers. Oliver, a blues guitarist and adept songwriter, and Chris, a bassist seasoned in NYC’s jazz-rock scene, birthed their rootsy fusion of blues, folk, and rock through jam sessions in Nashville. The Bygones kick off the show. // The Walker Theater 7:30PM $49.50+ Ticket link

The Wood Brothers “Kitchen Floor” (Official Music Video)

Thursday 6/13: Rig B @ Sluggo’s

Catch some live slowcore shoegaze vibes as Rig B hits Sluggo’s this Thursday. Their latest album, “Now!“, dropped last fall, blending experimental sounds with pop songwriting, akin to a more structured take on The Microphones. Kicking things off are the unstoppable Samcha & The Welcome Committee. // Sluggo’s 8PM $10 21+

Rig B “Billy’s Prayer” (Official Audio)

Friday 6/14: Briteboy, Wieuca @ JJ’s Bohemia

The Athens/Atlanta band Wieuca drifts between experimental psychedelic noise rock and, well, any sound they feel like mastering. Local grunge-gaze band Briteboy performs one of only a handful of Summer shows as they’ve hinted new music is in the works. Locals Pinch Hitter, who just released a fantastic new single, and Athens-based Coma Therapy are also on the lineup. // JJ’s Bohemia 8PM 21+

Wiecua “Friendster” ft. Faye Webster (Official Audio)

Friday 6/14: Glen David Andrews @ Nightfall

It’s another week of spotlighting New Orleans natives at Nightfall, with renowned singer and trombonist Glen David Andrews headlining. As a globally touring musician since the age of 14 and cousin to Trombone Shorty, Andrews undoubtedly commands Crescent City jazz, gospel, rock, blues, and funk. Bemi Allen opens the show. // Nightfall at Miller Plaza 7PM Free

Glen David Andrews “Guilded Splinters” (Live on Jam in the Van)

Friday 6/14: Palmyra @ Songbirds

Palmyra, formed in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley and now based in Richmond, blends traditional and contemporary instruments with rich harmonies and heartfelt, and sometimes humorous lyrics. A modern callback to Appalachian and Midwestern Americana, Palmyra has earned acclaim from NPR, and American Songwriter. Chattanooga musician Nicholas Edward Williams opens the show. // Songbirds 7PM Ticket link

Palmyra “Happy Pills” Live in Charleston w. The Wilson Springs Hotel

Friday 6/14: Joshua Cruce @ AVL Dispensary

Local singer-songwriter Joshua Cruce is a relatively recent Chattanooga transplant, quickly gaining attention for his stirring, emotional songs and intricate wordplay. Don’t miss an opportunity to see him at this cozy spot. // AVL Dispensary North Shore 7PM Free All ages Event link

Joshua Cruce “The Wrangler Cafe” (Live)

Saturday 6/15: Luke Pigott & Slow Blink @ Redbud

This lineup features top artists from Chattanooga’s growing community of electronic, ambient, and experimental musicians. Headliners Luke Pigott and Slow Blink will perform a collaborative set, supported by local talent Easy Puzzles and Atlanta’s Kelsey Wilson. // The Redbud Venue 8PM $10 21+

Slow Blink “Gap Between Grass and Sky” (Official Audio)

Saturday 6/15: Shaky’s Bad Knee, Heather 86 @ JJ’s Bohemia

Another lively Saturday night at JJ’s awaits with headliners Shaky’s Bad Knee, a local grungy psychedelic band who dropped their third full-length record, Observations III, in May. Indie rockers Heather 86 and Orlando-based music project Merlin The Cat, crafted by Dylan Sciancalepore, round out the lineup. // JJ’s Bohemia 9PM $5 21+

Shaky’s Bad Knee “Gilded Age” (Official Audio)

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