The Granfalloon

Hosting Smashing Parties and Outrageous Events on The SouthSide

Oct
30
to Jan 1

Weekly Live Jam Session with Freddy Mc

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Beginning on October 30, the Granfalloon will host a Live Jam Session featuring Freddy Mc and Friends every Tuesday as the house band—plus any number of great Chattanooga musicians who might want to sit in and play.

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 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—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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French for the Night
Mar
12
7:00 PM19:00

French for the Night

Boujour! Come be our guest Monday, March 12th at 7:00-10:00 P.M. for some french conversation over dinner. On the 2nd Monday of each month, Adelle's will be hosting evenings flowing with french parlance and scrumptious European crepes at the Granfalloon. Don't speak french? Aucun problème! Come for dinner still! Now, we invite you to relax, let us pull up a chair, as we mettre du piment dans sa vie! 
Admission is free. Cost of food. 

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Road To Nightfall 2018
Mar
9
to Mar 17

Road To Nightfall 2018

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Calling all regional bands—this is the opportunity of a lifetime!  Thirty bands will be chosen to compete in the seventh annual Road to Nightfall. Prizes include cash, professional recording time, a promo video, social media services and more. One guitarist will also win a custom Diamondback Stringworks guitar. The winner of each preliminary competition will receive $500.

The ultimate prize is a 90-minute headlining spot during Nightfall at Miller Plaza, presented by Chattanooga Presents. Finals Night runner ups earn a chance to open Nightfall 2018. In addition, there will be $1000 Finals Night prize and $500 to 2nd place.

The preliminary concerts will be held at The Granfalloon at 400 East Main Street on March 9, 10, 15, 16, 17. Six bands will compete each night, with the winners from each night moving on to the finals. Of the 5 winners, the Final Night will be on March 24 at The Signal on the big stage. Tickets to all shows including Finals Night for all participating band members will be provided.

The winner will receive 25 hours of professional recording time from the Soundry Studio as well as a free promo video valuing a cost of $1500 from Beckett Films- 1 filming session (session can include the filming of a live show with additional filming the day of show or a single filming session up to 3 hours with Videographer) Finished Video Promo can be used in digital promo packaging as well as on social media to promote the artist/band. Additional prizes will be awarded to each competing band as well. Click here for details.

Take Note- On February 26th, the The Granfalloon will host Music Industry Networking with a panel of music industry experts including: booking agent, producer, marketing professional, large venue representative, and touring musicians. Dinner Provided. Sponsored by SoundCorps.

Eligibility

To be eligible for the competition, bands must have at least three members, the majority of them living within 45 miles of Chattanooga.  Music must be original. Bands will be given the opportunity to perform three original songs-no covers! Backline drums, bass rig, PA, and professional sound engineers provided. A 90-minute set will be required of the winner at their Nightfall performance.

Each band will need a Press Kit including: band photos, videos, recorded music, and contact info for all band members. Additionally, each bands must promote the event through its own social media. This can be done in any manner, but we ask that any posts about Road to Nightfall include the hashtag #RTN2018

A $50 entry fee is required. Sign-ups are available here.

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Road to Nightfall 2018 Lineup
Mar
9
to Mar 17

Road to Nightfall 2018 Lineup

The search is on for Chattanooga’s best local act in the 8th annual Road to Nightfall competition! Over the course of six nights, more than 150 musicians from 30 local bands will compete for more than $10,000 in cash, and the chance to be a headlining act in this year’s Nightfall concert series.  Additional prizes include everything from recording studio time, music videos, custom instruments, printing, and cash. Join us at the Granfalloon as these bands showcase their unique talents and promote Chattanooga’s booming music scene. Audience members will be exposed to new, local bands cultivating Chattanooga’s music market and vote for their favorites via text message to determine the winners of each night.

The band lineups for the competition nights are as follows: 

Friday, March 9th will include Tim Hughes Quartet, Over Easy, Backwater Still, Lenox Hills, IronChief, and the Silver Tongued Devilz.

Saturday, March 10th: Jordan Hallquist & The Outfit, The Foothills, Dream Collective, Hush Money, Webb Barringer, and Subkonscious. 

Thursday, March 15th: Dirty Blonde, Hive Theory, 3’s Company, Endelouz, Iron Fez, and Dr. B and the Ease.

Friday, March 16th: Derek Wayne Martin, Danimal Planet, The Afternooners, The Fridge, Ashes Fall, SunSap.

Saturday, March 17th: The Band Antle, Caney Creek Company, Midnight Promise, Connection27, Kindora, Stagger Moon.

The finale will be held at the Signal on March 24th. 

Last year, 20,000 text votes were submitted from more than 1000 fans who wanted to know who is Chattanooga’s most promising local act.  Past winners have used this experience to widen their fan base and further their musical careers. The competition offers a great chance for these artists to meet, network and help develop Chattanooga’s music scene.   Past winners include: Ryan Oyer Band, Function, Amber Fults and the Ambivalent Lovers, Strung Like A Horse, Nick Lutsko, Monday Night Social & WTM Blues Band.

 “Road to Nightfall has opened up so many opportunities for Monday Night Social over the last year- we have been hired for many gigs, met tons of fans and gotten to know a bunch of musicians and music professionals.“ Janet McGarity – Monday Night Social

The Road to Nightfall 2018 is sponsored by Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union, SongBirds, SoundCorp’s Take Note, Chattanooga Presents, MetroTone, The Soundry, Dagan Beckett Films, EPB City Stream, The Signal, and Wonder Press.

The Granfalloon is located at 400 East Main St. Doors at 7:00 p.m. and showtime at 8:00. Admission is $10 at the door. ALL AGES are welcome! 

For more information, check out http://www.gigcityproductions.com/road-to-nightfall-2018/.

 

 

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The River City Sessions
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

The River City Sessions

Hang out with us this Thursday, March 8th, 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! 

River City Sessions is all about contemporary southern culture, reclaimed and unchained. We are especially excited to be in the presence of a Georgia Poet of the Year nominee along with some super talented singer/songwriters. Here's who you will see...

Clifford Brooks -Poet


Brooks was born in Athens, Georgia. His first poetry collection, The Draw of
Broken Eyes&; Whirling Metaphysics, nominated for the 2013 Georgia Author of the
Year Award in Poetry, will be re-issued by Kudzu Leaf Press in 2018. His full-length
collection Athena Departs: Gospel of a Man Apart as well as his limited-edition poetry
chapbook Exiles of Eden were published in 2017, also by Kudzu Leaf Press. Clifford is
the founder of The Southern Collective Experience, a cooperative of writers, musicians
and visual artists, which publishes the journal The Blue Mountain Review and hosts the
radio show Dante’s Old South. He currently lives in northwest Georgia and is pursuing
an MFA in Creative Writing at Reinhardt University.

 

Krystye Dalton – Singer Songwriter


A rootsy rock soul explosion…
Originally from Phil Campbell, Alabama, Krystye grew up listening to the famous sultry sounds of Muscle Shoals recording artist such as Aretha Franklin, Etta James, The Rolling Stones and The Wicked Wilson Pickett. With her energetic stage antics and prolific song writing she mesmerizes audiences of all ages with her sweat and soul.

 

Webb Barringer – Singer Songwriter


"Barringer’s lyrical skills are masterful and his songs frequently delve into the realm of the broken and damaged people of the world (aren’t we all, to some degree?) yet there remains an element of hope. The broken and damaged people of the world can heal, given time and inclination. That’s just how life is, and at the end of the day, it’s a pretty fine message." -Marc Michael (The Pulse Chattanooga's Weekly Alternative)

 

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Find {Your} Way to Cannon Hunt
Mar
3
11:00 AM11:00

Find {Your} Way to Cannon Hunt

We can't get enough Cannon! The singer/songwriter will be returning to Adelle's Creperie on Saturday, March 3rd from 11-1 P.M. to provide a mix of original and cover tracks. Hunt captured our hearts this February with his honest lyrics and Chatt town charm. So come on by to show some love and get yourself some {honestly good} paninis and crepes! Admission is free.

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Feb
24
11:00 AM11:00

Brunch with Rachel Clark

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Hang out with us at Adelle's Creperie inside The Granfalloon on Saturday, February 24th for brunch at 11-1 pm to hear the musical styles of Rachel Clark. Clark will be performing a mix of original and cover tunes as a sweet treat to pair with Adelle's decedent crepes! The singer/songwriter graduated from Tulane University for her talents in performing and choreography. She's the Bee's Knees, folks! Admission is free. 

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Feb
17
11:00 AM11:00

Selena Duncan Jazz Brunch

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She's back! Selena Duncan will be performing her jazzy sounds at Adelle's Creperie for her monthly brunch spectacle on Saturday, February 17th from 11-1pm. If you are interested in a little piano and paninis, then we'll see here at The Granfalloon! Admission is free. 

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The River City Sessions
Feb
8
7:00 PM19:00

The River City Sessions

Granfalloon will be hosting The River City Sessions on Thursday, February 8th. Doors open at 7:00 P.M. and the show will start at 7: 30 P.M. Admission is $5.00. Come out for songs, poems and prose strung with stories and jokes for your delight!

River City Sessions is all about contemporary southern culture, reclaimed and unchained. Here's the inside scoop on the the artists that will be featured... 

Nancy Seiters

The night I met Nancy at jam, she sang a couple of numbers and I asked her if she performed and if so what genre. She told me this story... “For awhile I had a rear tire that made a slow clicking sound and for the longest time I wrote waltzy songs to that rhythm. I finally took the car to the shop. When they lifted the car, the tire fell right off. Not only did I get scolded by the mechanic and a stiff bill, I had writer’s block for a month. While I sometimes miss that driving ‘click track’, the tune-up freed my writing.” Due to the nature of their origin, these songs could be coined as “driving songs”. In her sets you may hear the steely turmoil of proselytized souls, the bluesy criticism of road-sign messages, and the ballads of shy lovers. I always was a sucker for a good story. She will be joined on stage by Patrick Duggan and Charles Gaston.


Kimi Carter 

Kimi won this year's singer song writer shootout here in Chattanooga. I think her music is best described in her own words. Writing for me started with a way to pass time. I would be bored, so I would write a song. Writing for me now is a necessity. I need to write in order to feel completely and to cope with pain. Now, I am a junior in high school and I’m still writing songs about my crushes and I still perform them for the whole world to hear, if willing to listen. I write music so that others can relate. When I sit down to write a song, I try to have the mindset of, “How can I write for not only myself, but for others as well?” I hope that when you listen to my music, you see yourself and your own life. I hope you see more than just a 17 year old writing about heartbreak, or a joy filled moment. I hope you see more than that. I hope you see yourself in my music.


Brynija Greader 

Brynija Loyd, is a student at East Ridge High School and came to our attention through Sybil Baker. She has been writing poetry since the age of 7, her biggest inspiration has been the poet Erin Hanson (e.h) and her mom Nichole Priest

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Feb
3
11:00 AM11:00

An Honest Brunch with Cannon Hunt

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Cannon Hunt will be with us at Adelle's Creperie on Saturday, February 3rd, from 11-1 pm to offer a variety from his album Cliche Cover Tunes. Hunt is an invigorating new singer/songwriter from Chattanooga with a focus on honest, original music. Paired with Adelle's savory sustenance? We swear, you can't get any better! Admission is free. 

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Holiday Brunch
Dec
23
8:30 AM08:30

Holiday Brunch

Join us for a special Holiday Brunch on December 23rd from open to close! We will have classic holiday music being played by Rachel Clark and special Holiday drinks like our new peppermint hot chocolate! Come help us spread Christmas cheer this year and don't forget to bring out of town family and friends to the only Creperie in Chattanooga!

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Selena Duncan Jazz Brunch
Dec
16
11:00 AM11:00

Selena Duncan Jazz Brunch

Come join us at Adelle’s Creperie inside The Granfalloon for our monthly brunch with the musical stylings of Selena Duncan. Selena Duncan performs with a jazzy sound as she plays the piano as well as sings. She will be performing at Adelle's Creperie regularly the third Saturday of every month from 11:00AM-1:00PM. Admission is free.

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The River City Sessions Holiday Extravaganza
Dec
14
7:30 PM19:30

The River City Sessions Holiday Extravaganza

River City Sessions is a monthly show performed by artists on the second Thursday of every month. This month it will be held on December 14th at 7:30PM.

This months usual line up is being hijacked by the Christmas spirit! River City Sessions will be hosting a holiday extravaganza with four local musicians bringing their favorite holiday songs! This months musicians are Grace Catherine Campbell, Derek Martin, Cannon Hunt, and Joylene Kara. They will be joined by Doc and Cordel spinning a story or two. Come join us for some a fun night because "the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!" -Elf

** Adelle's Creperie & Bar will be open during tonight's performance.**

This month's event will be hosted by Michael Gray.

Admission $5.00. Doors open at 7:00pm. Show starts at 7:30pm.

 

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French Soiree
Dec
11
7:00 PM19:00

French Soiree

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Join Les Francophone et Les Francophiles at Adelles Creperie in The Granfalloon.

The atmosphere is reminiscent of an evening among friends in a parisien creperie. French is certainly encouraged but not "de rigeur." Order from the entire Adelle's Creperie menu and wine list. Le French Soiree occurs the second Monday of every month at 7:00PM.

 

 

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MouthGremlin's Bonfire
Dec
2
to Dec 3

MouthGremlin's Bonfire

MouthGremlin's Bonfire is the premier night event of MAINx24! 
MouthGremlin and The Granfalloon are bringing the full winter package with several fire pits, dancing, libations, and marshmallows on sticks. The atmosphere will be well curated by Ben Lee, Joelene (Chloe Wright), DadBod (Graham Hodge) and SS Marine Tiger.

This event is 18+ // $5.00 admission @ the door.

This is part of MainX24,  a 24 hour celebration of the Chattanooga's Southside. More information on MainX24 can be found at http://mainx24.com/ 

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Razzle Dazzle Sideshow Spectacular
Dec
2
3:00 PM15:00

Razzle Dazzle Sideshow Spectacular

Come one, come all to this spectacular show! A wonderful day of fun for the whole family with fire flow, bellydance, acro arts, tarot readings, henna, ballon artistry, sideshow acts and a whole lot more, with Marcus Ellsworth as your Ring Master! Brought to you by Movement Arts Collective, Subterranean Circus, and Chattanooga Fire Cabaret, this event is sure to be fun for all ages! Tickets are $10 at the door and children under 5 years old are free. This is part of the special MainX24, 24 hour celebration of the Southside of Chattanooga. More information on MainX24 can be found at http://mainx24.com/

*Food and beverages provided by The Granfalloon, Adelle's Creperie and Petunia's Silver Jalapeno.

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Clearstory Color Wheel
Dec
2
1:00 PM13:00

Clearstory Color Wheel

Create your own work of art using a Brent Sanders rendering of The Clearstory building at 400 East Main. Visit each participating business in the building for a different color marker to complete your coloring page. Take your finished art work to Adelle’s Creperie to spin the color wheel for a prize. This is part of MainX24,  a 24 hour celebration of the Chattanooga's Southside. More information on MainX24 can be found at http://mainx24.com/

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Christmas Jazz Live
Dec
2
11:00 AM11:00

Christmas Jazz Live

Love Christmas music and Jazz music? So do we! That's why we had them combined into one show! Dave Schwab and Trish Wilemna will be coming to Adelle's Creperie to perform jazz and Christmas music, December 2nd from 11AM-1PM. This is part of MainX24,  a 24 hour celebration of the Chattanooga's Southside. More information on MainX24 can be found at http://mainx24.com/,

Admission is free. Feel free to join us for some crepes and coffee.

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