The Granfalloon

Hosting Smashing Parties and Outrageous Events on The SouthSide


Road to Nightfall 2020
Sep
26
3:30 PM15:30

Road to Nightfall 2020

30 bands will compete for the chance to perform at this season’s Nightfall Concert Series along with the potential to win some serious candy along the way. This year’s dates will include:

February 21, 22, 27, 28th & 29th with the finale on March 7th!

We’ll see ya then!

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Paths to Peace: A Day of Peace Celebration 2019
Sep
21
11:00 AM11:00

Paths to Peace: A Day of Peace Celebration 2019

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Each year on September 21st, the world is encouraged to stop and stand together in our common humanity and focus on the things that unite us - the love each of us has for our families, our community and our nation.

The Center for Mindful Living will be hosting the return of Paths to Peace on the International Day of Peace, September 21 this year at The Granfalloon.

Join us for, family-friendly festival that promotes peace through a full array of art activities, mindfulness practices, labyrinth walking, Pies for Peace, performances and more! This year we are excited to bring you a unique dance performance from the Pop-Up Project featuring poetry by Alice Smith. Take your own journey around our path to peace!

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I'm Jazzed in  Chattanooga- John Marsh
Aug
17
7:30 PM19:30

I'm Jazzed in Chattanooga- John Marsh

I'm Jazzed in Chattanooga: presenting a new, and exciting jazz cabaret summer series once a month during the months of July, August, and September with top jazz artists and musicians to entertain you! Our first artist, Julie Dexter wowed the audience at our first event, and we're excited to have the dynamic John Marsh coming up next.

Doors open at 7:30. Showtime is 8pm.

For tickets click here.

Originally from North Carolina, John began his professional music career in the United States army as lead jazz trumpet/flugelhorn/vocalist. In addition to these accomplishments, John also studied jazz arranging and improvisation.  This combination of experiences led to his touring much of Europe as a featured jazz trumpet/flugelhorn player and vocalist.

Now based in Atlanta, John is a staple of the music scene, heard all over the city.  His enormous vocal range and huge repertoire of jazz standards, pop tunes, ballads classic rock, and Motown hits, always make for an enjoyable evening of musical entertainment.  At the core of all that talent and experience are those serious jazz chops which provide the foundation for all that John does; whether it's singing like Louis Armstrong or playing trumpet like Miles Davis, John is sure to thrill any music lover.

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I'm Jazzed In Chattanooga
Jul
20
7:30 PM19:30

I'm Jazzed In Chattanooga

I’m Jazzed in Chattanooga will be presenting an exciting summer jazz cabaret series once a month in July, August and September at the Granfalloon starting Saturday, July 20th. The first performance will be by Julie Dexter along with the Tom Woods trio from Atlanta.

Doors open at 7:30. Showtime is 8pm.

For tickets click here.

Julie Dexter is a world renowned, award winning, British singer, songwriter and producer considered by many to be one of the most influential female vocalists of our generation. Having shared the spotlight with a host of cutting-edge artists, including Mint Condition, Caron Wheeler, Jill Scott, Lalah Hathaway, Omar, Ledisi, Doug Carn, Third World and Maxi Priest to name a few, Julie not only holds up her own with them but has been praised and respected by them too.

Influenced by legends such as Nancy Wilson, Abbey Lincoln, and Bob Marley, as well as popular icons Omar and Sade, Julie takes classic soul to the heart of Artistry. Fans and critics across the globe have followed her journey through the circles of Jazz, Broken-Beat, Bossa-Nova, Reggae, Afro-Beat and Soul, and she was recently honored at the Black Women in Jazz Awards with the Afro Caribbean Soul of Jazz Award.

It was in 1999 that Julie took a leap of faith and moved to Atlanta, where she now resides. She launched her own label, Ketch A Vibe Records and in 2000 released the critically acclaimed EP Peace of Mind, followed by Dexterity (2002) ,Conscious (2005) and New Again (2011). Moon Bossa, a collaboration with Khari Simmons was released in 2007 and her single "Ketch A Vibe" was featured in national radio ads for Democratic Presidential Candidate Senator Barack Obama. Her latest release is due out this summer.

From jazz to world music, soul and beyond, Julie Dexter is one of an elite few whose talent can transcend genres. She makes it all work on her own terms, as an audaciously independent artist with an undeniable connection to her audience.

Don’t miss the experience of Julie Dexter. Chattanooga needs to hear more great jazz, and I’m Jazzed in Chattanooga is more than happy to promote it!

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The Colour Invasion
Jun
29
to Jun 30

The Colour Invasion

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From the directors of the Nightfall Concert Series and The Granfalloon, you are cordially invited to attend one of the most epic celebrations to invade Chattanooga. Inspired from the cultural phenomena in rock and pop music from late 60s British icons, please join us in celebrating the ribbon cutting on our beautiful new mural, designed by local artist Brent Sanders. Guests are encouraged to dress in their grooviest 70’s inspired getup for the event. And you know we keep the party going! After 10 pm, come in all white to get plastered in powder paints during our neon glow dance party.


The festival will feature:

A rooftop performance by DJ QUE RICO

Our newly Renovated London-style Double Decker Bus Lounge & Photo Booth

Color Battles

An Inflatable Waterslide

Fresh Flowers and Flower Crowns by the Bleumenwagon

Art Shows & Displays

Food by Virginia Cofer’s Gormet by Design & Adelle's Creperie

2 Fully stocked bars & $7.00 or less drink specials


And After 10pm:

A Neon Glow Dance Party

Live Performances featuring A.D.A.M. and Foxchild

Late Night Bonfire & Smore’s Bar


This event is free for all ages. Convenient street parking available at 400 East Main Street.

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Chattanooga Fashion Week
May
30
to May 31

Chattanooga Fashion Week

We are so excited to participate in a celebration of the Fashion Arts for Chattanooga Fashion Week! Tonight & tomorrow, guests will partake in a showcase of style with a Grand Finale Runway Event!

A huge thank you to Gage Talent Modeling Agency & its coordinators for putting on such a fun and fabulous event. Edith Head once said, “You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it” and we we could not agree more! So strike a pose and get ready to WORK IT.

Chattanooga Fashion Week is an art and fashion event with the ultimate goal of creating buzz and giving a relevant outlet to fashion houses, buyers and culture enthusiasts in Chattanooga and beyond. The event coordinators are committed to connecting consumers with products and services that relate to fashion, beauty and luxury. This week will showcase incredible talent and highlight the rich fashion community that has been thriving in Tennessee in recent years.

Venue: Camp House. Style by Kenya Iman. Makeup by Chattanooga College Beauty. Dress by 423 St. Francis.

Venue: Camp House. Style by Kenya Iman. Makeup by Chattanooga College Beauty. Dress by 423 St. Francis.

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Nightfall After Hours with Subkonscious
May
17
to May 18

Nightfall After Hours with Subkonscious

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The Aaron Carney Band brought the party last Friday night and Subkonscious is ready to keep it rolling. 

Nightfall After Hours is a go for this Friday night after Nightfall on May 17th. 

Doors open to The Granfalloon at 9:30 and we're gonna party till 12 am. 

Nightfall drink tickets are welcomed & accepted. Receive $2.00 off admission with a Nightfall wristband. 

Stay tuned for updates, insider secrets and more!

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Nightfall After Hours with the Aaron Carney Band
May
10
to May 11

Nightfall After Hours with the Aaron Carney Band


Sleazy Sleazy
 absolutely killed it last Friday, and the party doesn't stop there! This week Road to Nightfall champ and Nightfall's opener Aaron Carney Band will be kicking it at the Granfalloon After Hours. Attendees will have the chance to meet n' greet the band, check out awesome swag and more. Doors open at 9:30 pm and the party goes till midnight. Stay tuned for updates, event giveaways and more insider secrets!

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Nightfall After Hours with SLEAZY SLEAZT
May
3
to May 4

Nightfall After Hours with SLEAZY SLEAZT

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Chattanooga's favorite festival keeps the music flowing on Friday nights! The producers of Nightfall bring you Nightfall After Hours, an after party at the Granfalloon where attendees will have the opportunity to interact with regional bands or Nightfall’s opening act. Nightfall’s headliners will also be invited to come jam or hang out at the after party!

For its grand opening, Nightfall After Hours will feature a Chattanooga favorite by the name of SLEAZY SLEAZY. SLEAZY SLEAZY is a local rock n roll band with the best lineup of Neanderthals we could ask for to kick start this thing! Nightfall After Hours will be held select Fridays, starting May 3rd to August 30th at the Granfalloon from 10 pm -12am. Doors will open at 9:30 with a $5 admission. Free and convenient parking is available.

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River City Sessions
Mar
14
7:00 PM19:00

River City Sessions

Start the weekend early by coming to River City Sessions this Thursday night!

Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7:30. Admission is $5.00 for all ages.

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Sherry Cothran



Sherry Cothran is a “rare combination…an artistic/spiritual trifecta, a first rate singer/songwriter, a dynamic performer and a trained theologian.” 
– Brian McLaren, Author, Speaker, Activist
 
Sherry Cothran has crafted a unique voice as songwriter, author, singer and preacher. Her voice has been described from various spheres as deeply poetic with arresting honesty, edgy and fresh, evocative and inviting.  Once a rock star, in the late 90’s she fronted a popular rock band, The Evinrudes, Mercury Records, and shared stages with many popular bands of the day like Goo Goo Dolls, Spin Doctors, Bare Naked Ladies and many others. She has acted in a film, written songs for t.v, movie and radio and these days, she is a critically acclaimed singer/songwriter who is also an ordained, United Methodist minister. 
Sherry has received numerous opportunities to share her unique gifts on multiple platforms, including Artist in Residence at Louisville Presbyterian Seminary, 2015, Festival of Homiletics, multiple churches, seminaries and theaters, Wild Goose Festival and more.
In 2018,Sherry released her first book, “Tending Angels: Stories From the Frontlines of Heaven and Earth,” a collection of essays from her time as senior pastor of an urban church in Music City in which she encountered Nashville’s hidden population of homeless, refugees, immigrants and the poor. She also released a companion single, “Tending Angels” and worked with indie filmmaker, Trace Facelli on a music video that seeks to show the real reasons people spiral into homelessness, shattering the common stereotype. The music video has premiered at film festivals all over the U.S. and will premier at Grecanica Film Fest in Italy in May.
Sherry’s performances are not to be missed, she combines songs and stories rooted in Bible, ancient wisdom traditions, theology and myth. Through the common pathway of wisdom, story and song, Sherry seeks to break down barriers between people of difference, put a sacred face on homelessness, and create pathways of peace we can all walk on together, inviting everyone to imagine the walls that divide us turning into bridges that unite us.  Check out stories on Sherry in USA TodayUMC.org,interpretermagazine.org. Sherry’s sermons and writing have been featured in Good Preacher, Abingdon Women, Alive Now, Ministry Matters and other blogs and publications. www.sherrycothran.com

Deeper Roots, by Peggy Douglas



We will be debuting a preview of Deeper Roots and possibly welcoming a surprise musician Thursday. 

Deeper Roots is the new play inspired by the life of Emma Bell Miles and the history of Walden's Ridge that will run the first two weekends in April 2019 during the Signal Mountain Centennial celebration. Deeper Roots was written by playwright Peggy Douglas and will be directed by Trish Wileman Ross. The event is produced by the Mountain Arts Community Center.

Deeper Roots is a series of dynamic monologues set to traditional Appalachian music. The play strives to find the levity in bittersweet and sometimes tragic family experiences in early 20th-century Appalachia, as well as the richness of its natural world and surrounding culture, allowing us to celebrate the past rather than wear it like a bit and bridle.

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Hailey Miller

Join us in welcoming Hailey Miller to our team this summer. Hailey is a singer, song writer from Chattanooga who has been on the show as a performer but is helping us with administrative duties;she is a student at Belmont University majoring in Music Business, watch for improvements in our marketing and communications. 

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Bal Masque
Mar
11
7:00 PM19:00

Bal Masque

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You are cordially invited to the a Mardi Gras Masquerade presented by the monthly Reunion Francophone and the Tennessee Branch of the French American Chamber of Commerce!

Come celebrate Mardi Gras at Adelle’s with live music, a cooking workshop and of course our full menu of decadent specialty crepes.

A’ Bientôt!

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Road to Nightfall 2019 Line-Up
Feb
22
to Mar 2

Road to Nightfall 2019 Line-Up

RTN 2019 is back!

RTN 2018 Winner - Hive Theory with Courtney Holder

RTN 2018 Winner - Hive Theory with Courtney Holder

30 bands will compete for the chance to perform at this season’s Nightfall Concert Series along with the potential to win some serious candy along the way. This year’s lineup includes:

Friday, February 22:

Lew Card Oweda No Thank You John Glass Caps Good Grief Pluto's Advantage

Saturday, February 23:

Fresh Mind Sleazy Sleazy Aaron Carney Band Westfall The Trinity Webb Barringer

Thursday, February 28:

SunSap Iron Chief Emerald Butler 3's Company Silver Tongued Devilz Midnight Promise

Friday, March 1:

Playin Possum Blues Band The Fridge Subkonscious Slicksilver The Stephen Busie Band Sideways

Saturday, March 2:

Backwater Still Hush Money Better Thieves Dr. B & the Ease Josh Driver Band Caleb and the Gents

Doors open at the Granfalloon at 7 pm. Show starts at 8. Admission is $10 at the door. All ages welcome.

Additional information can be found at http://www.gigcityproductions.com/road-to-nightfall-2019.

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Dec
1
to Dec 2

Gnostik Lounge

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GNOSTiK x Soundsystem Cultures present:

Spend your evening immersed in the Gnostik Lounge with select musical talent on Funktion One Soundsystem, artful performances, talented fire manipulation artists and perception shifting installation art!

Fantastic Musical performances by Whitebear and BogTroTTeR

Tickets are $20. You can purchase tickets at: theticketingco.com

This is an event for all ages— Doors open at 5pm!


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Dec
1
3:00 PM15:00

Pure Southern Presents: Around the World in 120 Minutes

You are invited to celebrate with us for the Mainx24 festivities, on December 1st, as we “travel” around the world in 120 minutes! Join us for an International tour of music, dance, art, free hors d'oeuvres and vodka cocktails in the theme of France, Spain and Russia.

The fun begins at 3pm, and admission is only $7 at the door!

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Nov
20
6:00 PM18:00

Weekly Live Jam Session with Freddy Mc

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Join us this Tuesday, November 20th, for our last Weekly Live Jam Session of 2018! This jam session will begin at a new time— 6:00 pm.

Don’t worry— although this is our last Jam Session of the year, we will start back up in 2019— so check back for updates!

Experience the fun fusion funk of the 60’s and 70’s and top-notch musicians of all types in a soul-infused dance party. Freddy Mc, aka “Beethoven Black,” will be featured on the eight-string guitar, leading his very accomplished four-piece house band, with alternating vocals. The “jam” part comes in when musicians of all types bring their own instruments to add to the mix.  If you play jazz fusion, soul, funk or dance music, you are invited to be a part of the band on any given song.

Freddy Mc and his band will set the scene by playing tunes from some of the ‘70’s icons, such as Stevie Wonder, Gap Band, Sly and the Family Stone, among many others.

Doors open at 5:30 PM at 400 E Main St., and the show begins at 6:00 PM. Admission is $5.

This show is for music lovers of all ages—enjoy it as a spectator, a dancer, a musician or vocalist who wants to sit in with the band!

Adelle’s Creperie will be open with a bar and its full menu, www.adellescreperie.com.

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Nov
12
7:00 PM19:00

Discovering France: Film and Live Music

Did you know that every second Monday of the month we have a French Conversation Gathering? People of all different backgrounds come together to share their love for the French culture. This Monday Nov. 12th, we are inviting you to join in on the fun! Please Join us for this FREE event at 7 pm for a French-filled night!

Whether you are fluent French speaker, or just an admirer of the language, this is a night for you! We will be showing the French film “La Famille Belier” and playing live French music for everyone to enjoy. Make sure to come hungry—our Creperie and bar will be open for you to purchase a crepe and drink!

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Nov
8
7:30 PM19:30

River City Sessions

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Come to the Granfallon this Thursday at 7:30 PM for River City Sessions! River City Sessions is an event for storytellers-- Music Makers such as Billie in the Woods and Jayke Webb will be performing, along with poets Kemmer Anderson and Finn Billie.

Join us for a fun night of music, poetry, entertainment, and storytelling! Doors open at 7PM and admission is only $5!

River City Sessions is recorded live at the Granfalloon and airs on WUTC!

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Nov
6
8:00 PM20:00

Update: Weekly Live Jam Session Featuring Special Guest

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Jam with us tonight for our weekly Live Jam Session with Freddy MC, featuring TONIGHT Michael Jackson’s former Bass Player: Sam Sims!

Freddy Mc and Sam Sims will set the scene by playing tunes from some of the ‘70’s icons, such as Stevie Wonder, Gap Band, Sly and the Family Stone, among many others. The “jam” part comes in when musicians of all types bring their own instruments to add to the mix.

Doors open at 7:30 PM at 400 E Main St., and the show begins at 8:00pm. Admission is $5. This show is for music lovers of all ages!

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Oct
13
8:00 PM20:00

Aretha Franklin Tribute

Come celebrate with us at the Granfalloon on Saturday, October 13th for the Aretha Franklin Tribute featuring Neshawn Calloway Music! Doors open at 7:30 PM at 400 E Main St., and tickets are only $10 at the door. The show begins at 8 PM, and Adelle’s Creperie will be open and serving their delicious menu for you to enjoy.

Saturday will be a night to honor the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, and to kick back, relax, and hear some great music. Neshawn Calloway will be accompanied by a full band, playing some of Aretha Franklin’s greatest hits, such as “Respect”, “Chain of Fools” and “Freeway of Love.”

Join us in honoring Aretha’s rich heritage of music ranging from gospel and soul, to pop and rhythm & blues. This show is for music lovers of all ages—you won’t want to miss out!

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Oct
5
7:30 PM19:30

Défilé Art

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Come hangout with us this Friday for a spectacular Fashion and Art Show, featuring the unique paper dresses of French artist Alice-Anne Augustine. The show will also showcase the artwork of local artists, and the clothes from local boutiques! The doors will open at 7:00 PM and the show begins at 7:30 PM

Ticket Prices:

FACC Members: $15

Non-Members: $30

Students: $20

Make sure you come hungry, because Adele’s Creperie will be offering a Crepe Buffet during the show, that is included in the ticket price!

To register, visit www.facc-atlanta.com

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Sep
1
7:00 PM19:00

Live Music with Timiethea the Songbird and Papa Sway

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Come enjoy live music and dinner this Saturday, September 1st, at The Granfalloon featuring Timiethea the Songbird and Papa Sway. Doors open at 6:30 PM, and the show will begin at 7 PM. Cost for admission is only $10.00. Adelle's Creperie will be open and offering their full, tasty menu as well as a bar during the show! 

Timiethea Delaney is a world-renowned singer/songwriter who holds the title for the North American Country Gospel Vocalist and Entertainer of the Year. The Songbird is admired for her wide range of vocals and passion for music through Jazz, R&B, Soul, Country, Rock, Gospel, and more!

 Timiethea the Songbird and Papa Sway will be offering a great variety of music for everyone to enjoy-- this is a show you won't want to miss! 

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The River City Sessions
Apr
12
7:00 PM19:00

The River City Sessions

Hang out with us at the Granfalloon this Thursday, March 12, as we host The River City Sessions. Doors open at 7 P.M. and the show will begin at 7:30. Admission is only $5.00 for some literary enlightenment. Come out for songs, poems, and prose strung with stories and jokes for your delight! 

Don't have time to get food before the show? We've got you covered. Adelle's will be open for business, serving up some mouthwatering crepes, paninis, specialty drinks, and more! 

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We are excited to have Claire Haynes join us this Thursday. She will have her pottery on display and available for purchase at the show!

River City Sessions is all about contemporary southern culture, reclaimed and unchained. Here's who you will see...

Stringers Ridge 


On a cold New Year’s Eve in 2017, three musicians met at John C. Campbell Folk School; they became friends, started jamming together at Slick’s, and created a new trio, Stringer’s Ridge, a
band likely to go down in Chattanooga history if for nothing else, as the first to take advantage of that name. New Chattanooga residents Tom and Fran Morley make up two-thirds of Stringer’s Ridge, a band that crosses musical and geographic boundaries with music that focuses on Celtic and Old Time but could veer off into other eclectic genres at a moment’s notice.
Fiddler/Violinist Tom Morley has played professionally most all his life in many styles of music.Classically trained, he’s been a concert violinist, toured Europe with New Orleans jazz bands, dabbled in Cajun, and has a Gold Album representing his Nashville years on stage and in the studio with Country/New Traditionalist singer John Anderson. His passion for Irish Traditional Music over the past two decades led to the formation of bands that played across the country and inspired him to write a book on the subject. His wife, Fran Morley, picked up the bodhrán, the Irish drum, around the same time and has played alongside him in concerts and pub sessions in Ireland, England, Scotland, Holland, Canada, and throughout the Southeast US. A long time Chattanooga resident and teacher at GPS, guitarist Bryant Haynes calls himself a Jack of all trades and master of none, although he does have a master’s degree in physics should that ever be called for in a band. He plays a wide variety of acoustic instruments, sings, tells stories when the spirit moves him, and can pound a rhythm into the floor with his amazing Podorythmie talents—otherwise known as French Canadian foot tapping.

 

Dana Shavin

Dana Shavin’s essays have appeared in Oxford American, The Writer, Alaska Quarterly Review, Puerto del Sol, The Sun, Fourth Genre, Third Coast, Hawaii Pacific Review, Willow Review, Palo Alto Review, Gravy, and numerous alternative health, arts, and entertainment newspapers. She has been a Lifestyle columnist for the Chattanooga Times Free Press since 2002 and is the editor of the Chattanooga Jewish Federation newspaper, The Shofar. Dana has been a panelist and workshop presenter at northern Pennsylvania's Keystone College literary conference, The Gathering, since 2012, and has spoken and read at venues as diverse as the Unitarian Universalist Church, Unity of Chattanooga, the Jewish Cultural Center, the University of Tennessee, Meacham Writers Workshop, and at various book clubs, writers groups and performance venues. Dana received a literary arts grant through CreateHere in 2008. Her website is Danashavin.com, her blog is Get My Drift, and you can find her on Facebook at Dana Shavin Writes. Dana's memoir, The Body Tourist, is forthcoming from Little Feather Books. To read an excerpt go to www.LittleFeatherBooks.com and click on New Releases.

Tom Brown and Robert Thatcher 

In November of 2017, Robert Thatcher and Tom Brown embarked on a musical adventure with the intention of combining their creative juices to enter songwriting competitions. So far they have received honorable mention in the 2017 Musicians United Against The Pebble Mine Songwriting Contest, honorable mention in the Woody Guthrie Songwriting Contest, and third place in the American Songwriter Contest.
 
A Chattanooga native, Robert Thatcher is strongly influenced by the southern Appalachian folk and bluegrass music of this area. His songs are about the natural beauty and people of this region, and often touch on environmental issues that endanger a more traditional way of life. He has twice received an honorable mention in the international competition held in honor of Woody Guthrie. His songwriting efforts reflect a strong desire to have both a good message and a strong melody line in his compositions. Robert’s songs have appeared on Bluegrass Bands Helping Vol. 2 and the Scenic City Sampler, a compilation of Chattanooga area artists. He and his wife Alice have been members of the Orchard Band trio for the past 13 years, playing frequently throughout the Chattanooga area.
 
Over the years Tom Brown has worn many hats. His songwriting efforts have have resulted in  several of his songs being recorded by regional and national bluegrass bands and he has been selected four times for the IBMA World of Bluegrass Songwriter Showcase. Tom co-wrote the musical comedy Fat Shirley’s: A Trailer Park Opera, first staged in 2005 and most recently at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2015. He also wrote the music for Twisted Roots, a collaborative effort with author Peggy Douglas. He often can be seen performing with the bluegrass band Spatial Effects and on rare occasion with the legendary Gobbler’s Knob String Band. He currently serves as the director of the WoodSongs Dalton Concert Series and he produced the Scenic City Sampler Cd, a compilation of Chattanooga area Americana musicians and songwriters.
 
Brown currently serves as the executive director of the DEO Clinic, a nonprofit clinic that provides medical care to uninsured low income residents of Whitfield and Murray Counties in northwest Georgia.

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Taste
Apr
5
5:00 PM17:00

Taste

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Adelle's will be attending Chattanooga’s premier food event, TASTE, on Thursday, April 5, 2018 from 5-8 p.m. at Stratton Hall alongside the Peyton! Benefiting The Kidney Foundation of the Greater Chattanooga Area, TASTE features some of the best local cuisine and music Chattanooga has to offer!

Benefiting the Kidney Foundation of Greater Chattanooga, tickets are available for $45 at tastechatt.com or $50 at the door (if available). Proceeds benefit the Patient Services Programs of the Chattanooga Kidney Foundation.

This year, TASTE will showcase more restaurants than ever before! Through the collaboration of local restaurants and a live performance by local artist Amber Fults, TASTE is one party you won’t want to miss. The year will also host a silent auction with over 60 plus items, including themed baskets with spa days, date nights, and even Disney Park Hopper Passes for 4! The first ever VIP experience with exclusive vendors is already sold out, so don’t wait to get your tickets for a night of local excellence! Guests receive one drink ticket to the cash bar and may enjoy unlimited sampling from any of the many restaurants..

The Kidney Foundation is a local nonprofit with 100% of funds remaining in Chattanooga. Services provided include: transportation to dialysis, food, medications, housing, utilities, and much more. The Kidney foundation also offers a free kidney screening program in the community to prevent the onset of kidney disease.

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Easter {Egg}travaganza
Mar
31
8:30 AM08:30

Easter {Egg}travaganza

We've got some egg-citing things planned for this Easter Saturday! Adelle's will be featuring our new menu items, including the Smoked Salmon Egg Benedict, paired with a refreshing pineapple mimosa or berry poinsettia for your delight! When it comes to sweetness, the Easter bunny's got nothing on us. So, with the purchase of any adult entree, we will be offering a 15% off coupon to use towards your next visit inside our Easter eggs this year!

While your brunching, let the kids' imagination run wild at our egg-cellent coloring station! Some bunny's thinking of your entertainment needs too and who better than the Chatt-town Charmer, Cannon Hunt? Hunt will be joining us from 11-1 pm to perform his mix of honest, original music.

Come on down to Adelle's at the Granfalloon this Saturday for a very {hoppy} Easter!

 

Admission is free. Cost of food.

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Easter Specials for Saturday, March 31st
Mar
31
8:30 AM08:30

Easter Specials for Saturday, March 31st

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Adelle's Creperie is cooking up something good! Hippy Hop on down to our Easter {Egg}travaganza this Saturday, March 31st to get in on our delicious specials! If a full belly isn't enough to get you here, singer/songwriter Cannon Hunt is sure to make your day a little sweeter! Hunt will be performing a mix of honest, original music and cover tunes from 11-1 p.m. 

Check out an official sneak peak of what's to come. See you Saturday!

(Admission is free, Cost of food.)  

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Food Specials 

Smoked Salmon Egg Benedict -$9.75

Salmon, poached egg, and hollandaise on focaccia

Ham Egg Benedict - $9.75

Ham, poached egg, and hollandaise on focaccia

The Sunrise Sandwich -$8.95

Ham, egg, and Swiss cheese on brioche

The Weekend Waffle - $6.95

A Belgian waffle topped with Nutella, strawberries, and blueberries with a drizzle of maple syrup  

The Great Caper - $9.75

A smoked salmon crepe with a caper dill cream cheese filling  

 

Drink Specials $4

Pineapple Mimosa

Pineapple Juice and Champaign with a splash of OJ

Berry Poinsettia

Cranberry Juice and Raspberry Liqueur Champagne  

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Shamrock Soiree
Mar
17
8:30 AM08:30

Shamrock Soiree

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Come get sham-rocked this Saturday, March 17th, at the Granfalloon as we celebrate our Irish brethren! The Irish eyes will be smiling at our St. Patty's day menu, featuring mint chocolate chip crepes and glasses ever full of Irish coffee. 

For your entertainment our lucky charm, Selena Duncan, will also be joining us for lunch from 11-1 pm to perform her monthly spectacle. Then shenanigans will really begin at 7:30 p.m. for the last preliminary round of Road to Nightfall before the finale on March 24th at The Signal. Which band will find their pot of gold to buy them a headlining spot at Nightfall? You decide! 

So come be Irish today, and maybe a little hungover tomorrow, at the Granfalloon for Adelle's Shamrock Soiree! 

Adelles is open from 8:30 a.m.- 2:30 pm for lunch. 
Doors will open at 7p.m. for Road to Night. Showtime is 7:30. Tickets are $10 at the door. Cost of food. ALL AGES are welcome!

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