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NEW CROWN Australian hard rockers Wolfmother are out and about again. After it looked like the band was gone they come back strong with a new album called “New Crown” as they mix psychedelia with the best of Zeppeling and Sabbath to make a truly intriguing sound. Wolfmother performs Friday night at the variety Playhouse in Atlanta.
ROCK ON THE ROW Aaron Lewis takes a little hiatus from his country music to bring is boys Staind back with a vengance. Staid along with Aler Bridge, 10 Years, Kyng and a whole lot more will be rocking the walls a the Mercy Lounge Entertainment Complex where you’ll find plenty of some of the hottest music today playing o andy given night at venues like The Mercy Lounge, Cannery Ballroom and more. Be sure to come rock out to some really serious music Saturday in good ole Nashville, TN. ENIGMA
UPSIDE DOWN Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes has a new solo album ready and is coming to a city near you. Set to release “Upside Down Mountain” any day now the singer/songwriter will perform in Chattanooga at Track 29 Saturday night. Opening will be special guest Dawes.
(Not) Dodging The Draft I’ve been trying to remember have to be very good at preexactly when the National dicting draft picks to be conFootball League player draft spun out of control. ESPN televised the draft for the first time back in 1980, but it didn’t become a prime time event until 2010. Last Thursday night’s first round was a three-hour marathon of large guys in gaudy suits, guys huddled around telephones and repetitive video of a mostly empty podium. The NFL draft is like an iceberg. Most of the action goes on below the surface. We’ll never see the back room meetings or hear the private phone calls that drive the picks, trades and deals… sidered an “expert.” NFL.com’s …The NFL draft has become Mike Mayock picked five of 32 selections. an industry in itself for some first-round pro football “experts.” Well ESPN.com’s Mel Kiper Jr. and before draft day, these pun- Todd McShay each topped dits publish “mock drafts” pre- Mayock by picking six of the dicting each team’s picks. first-round selections. Kiper Here’s the kicker. You don’t and McShay nailed 18.75 per-
cent of the first-round picks about “out of control.” Good to Mayock’s 15.6 percent. lord…
None of those three have had better than 30 percent accuracy in their mock drafts since 2010. Being a NFL draft expert is nice work if you can get it. Believe it or not, I have already seen some predictions for next year’s draft. Talk
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…The 2014 draft will be remembered for the 22nd pick of the first round and the 34th pick of the seventh (and final) round. The ESPN cameras and the rest of the media spent most of last Thursday night talking about Johnny Manziel. Manziel’s draftability was in “free fall,” according to most. By the time the Cleveland Browns picked the former Heisman Trophy winner and Texas A&M poster boy, I just wanted the hype to end. Manziel went up a couple of notches in my book when he returned to College Station, Texas, and bought a round of beers (Miller Lites, apparently) and shots for everyone in his favorite bar. The Browns went up a couple of notches in my book when owner Jimmy Haslam (well-known here in
Tennessee as the former CEO of the Pilot Flying J truck stop empire) urged Johnny Football to “start acting like a backup quarterback.” Brian Hoyer remains the starter in Cleveland and Manziel will have to work hard and learn fast if he hopes to live up to his hype… …Michael Sam’s selection by St. Louis was the most highprofile seventh-round pick in NFL history. All because the 249th overall selection of this year’s class was the first openly gay player to enter the draft. In case you’ve been living in a cave for the last week or so, Sam celebrated his selection by kissing his boyfriend and smearing celebratory cake all over his face. This scene sparked more controversy than Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl nip slip. Homophobic reactions on Twitter and elsewhere were only surpassed by the media coverage of the homophobic
reactions on Twitter and elsewhere. The former Missouri defensive end was openly gay during his collegiate career
ter spot while dealing with enormous media distractions. But if Manti Te’o can survive the scrutiny surrounding his
and it didn’t seem to hamper him much. The former SEC Defensive Player of Year will face a few more challenges in the NFL, however. The Rams weren’t desperate to sign a defensive end in the draft and Sam will be battling for a ros-
“imaginary girlfriend” and go on to have a great first season for the San Diego Chargers, Sam should be able to survive the attention he’ll get for his sexual orientation. Sam chose to make his sexuality public and should be ready for the consequences. Te’o was the - Mark Bedford victim of a cruel hoax…
…My favorite story from this year’s NFL draft didn’t get as much national media coverage as Manziel’s “free fall” and Sam’s big kiss. Former MTSU defensive lineman Jimmy Staten was the 32nd and final pick of the first round. He was attending his college graduation when he found out. That’s right. He had his cell phone on during the ceremony and took the call from Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider while sitting in his cap and gown. When he learned of Staten’s selection, MTSU president Sidney McPhee interrupted the graduation ceremony to share the news with the crowd gathered at the Murphy Center. Staten was the first MTSU player to be drafted since 2011. The best part of the story, for me, is the fact that he was at his college graduation when he got the news. Perhaps the concept of “student-athletes” isn’t dead yet…
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HOW TO AVOID TOO MUCH STUDENT DEBT It's that exciting time of year when high school seniors have decided on where they'll head for college in the fall. At the same time, many juniors begin to apply to the colleges of their dreams. A school's academic rigor and programs, student-toteacher ratios, athletic opportunities, size and location are all important considerations when identifying a good fit. So is cost - especially if your child plans to take out student loans. The best way to help your child avoid accruing overwhelming student loan debt is to take time now to show them the bigger financial picture. This includes helping them understand how their loan payments may affect their financial situation post-graduation. To start:
transportation expenses. To determine the total cost of attendance at the colleges of interest to your child, visit their websites. You also can consider the impact of any merit, athletic or need-based scholarships or grants (money that you don't have to pay back) that your child may receive to calculate his or her actual cost of attendance. * Identify the average starting salary for a position in their future field - Experts recommend that a student loan payment be less than 8 percent of the student's gross income. Of course, salaries will vary by field and region. For information about student placement rates and average starting salaries for different degrees, conduct an Internet search or consult the career placement office at the school(s) your child is considering.
* Determine which colleges are affordable - Tuition and fees are only the starting point in determining what a school costs. Other factors include * Calculate the monthly payroom and board, books and ment on a student loan - The supplies and personal and monthly payback amount on
any loan will depend on its interest rate, repayment plan and payback period. For example, if the interest rate on a $26,000 student loan is 4% and equal payments are made over 10 years, the monthly payment is $263. The best way to test different loan scenarios is to use an online student loan repayment calculator. * Illustrate their future costof-living expenses - Many young adults don't realize all the costs that come with living on their own. Although a $45,000 starting salary may seem like a lot of money to someone who may have previously worked for or near minimum wage, the number can look much different after you deduct: 1. Taxes - federal, state and Social Security taxes 2. Insurance - health, dental, auto, renters or homeowners, and life or disability income insurance 3. Fixed expenses - housing,
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car payments, cell phone, cable TV, internet, college loan and utilities 4. Variable expenses - groceries, gas, clothing, toiletries and entertainment 5. Savings - an employer sponsored 401(k) plan or other investments The bottom line? Helping your child make smart choices now so that they are financially sound when they become selfreliant is one of the best gifts you can give them. For help assessing which colleges make the most sense based on your family's goals and financial situation, consult your financial advisor - you could even have your son or daughter attend an upcoming meeting. Your advisor can help you evaluate the short and long-term implications of student loans and help your family identify which colleges offer you the best value.
- Scott Serfass
ARIES (Mar. 21- April 20) Be confident in your endeavors and others will believe in your efforts. You need to take some time out to decide what you want to do. Don't lend or borrow money or belongings. TAURUS (Apr. 21- May 21) A new relationship can be yours if you get out with friends. Be sure to look into travel opportunities that will provide you with mental stimulation. Find out all you can; secret enemies may lead you astray. GEMINI (May 22-June 21) Someone you like may be receptive and actively seeking your company. Look out for those wanting to push you into a dis-
agreement. Go out with friends or VIRGO family. (Aug. 23 -Sept. 23) Don't hold back. Your diplomacy CANCER will be of utmost importance (June 22-July 22) today. Take a look at the possibilYour questions will help you fer- ities of starting a small part time ret out secret information. Secret business with friends or relatives. intrigues could get you into trouble. You may not get your facts LIBRA correct today; double-check (Sept. 24 -Oct. 23) before making any statements. Make your intentions perfectly clear and find out exactly what is LEO expected of you. You may want to (July 23-Aug 22) try your hand at a little creative You can make changes to your writing. Don't let your boss get home that will be pleasing to all the better of you. Moneymaking concerned. Take a second look; ventures may just turn your life difficulties with appliances, around. water, or electricity in your home may be evident. Do some SCORPIO research if you want to find infor- (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22) mation that you can apply against Don't let your personal problems the opposition you face. interfere with your professional responsibilities. Don't take your frustrations out on the ones you love. You can persuade even the toughest opponents to think your way.
you cannot change. Recognition will be yours if you meet your deadline. Tempers may flare if you haven't been completely honest about your intentions or your whereabouts. CAPRICORN (Dec 22.- Jan. 20) Friends and relatives can give you good advice. You are best to keep your money tied up in a safe and secure place. Any difficulties with peers could be unnerving. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 -Feb. 19) You'll be pleased with the results if you take the time to decorate your home. You may be thinking of starting your own business. Opportunities to get together with friends will be enlightening and entertaining.
PISCES (Feb. 20-Mar. 20) Lending and borrowing may be a problem. Money can be made if SAGITTARIUS you use your ingenuity. Get prop(Nov. 23 -Dec. 21) er medical attention and confront Do not get upset about situations your situation decisively.
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I Challenge The World The other day, I was out for an easy jog, but soon found myself sprinting up the side of a rather large and long foothill, why? Why would I challenge that hill on such an average day? Simple, because, I am not average, I do not wish to participate in mediocrity and I don't want to be a number amongst the many, a dot in an endless crowd of GroupThinkers. So, I challenged the hill, why - because it was there, and I hereby challenge the world too, for the same reason. You see, it is time for humans to get a move-on, get out of this rut of victimhood and of false leaders spewing nonsense, gallivanting around less than scantily clad. It's time to call out the Teleprompters In Chief, the socalled Emperors, and the mucky mucks who've self-ordained themselves our fearless leaders while they hide behind their security forces afraid to come out in public. Why, because we are
here and their power is illusionary. For those who blindly follow, well you are no friend to humanity, nor are you noble with integrity, indeed, those who will not stand up and challenge the unfounded, undeserved and illegitimate pedestal and ivory tower sitters are just as dastardly as our false leaders. We can do better than this, you know it and I know it. I challenge the world. Because this isn't good enough for the 21st Century, I am not impressed, I am underwhelmed and isn't it time someone did something about it. If not me, then whom, if not now then when? Yes, I'd like some help, but I don't feel more time is warranted for such a worthy cause, no more delays, it's time to move the ball forward for the right reasons, not because of someone else's political agenda in some game plan undisclosed to us,
using our energy to serve their use your mind to do what's right? will and power. We have the power and we've given it to those I challenge the world. who would be king, to the false authority - revoke it! Do it now. But first, I challenge you. Do you have what it takes? Do you have Does this mean riots and integrity to stand tall? Are you protests? No, anarchy is no bet- afraid of the boggy man, the dark, ter, but it does mean that each or the fear tactics that have been individual needs to realign them- subtly suggested to keep you in selves with common sense and line? What say you - that's my reality and dump political cor- challenge - a challenge for your rectness, because all that mess is mind - take it back, you own it, nothing more than brainwashing no one else has the right to cirfor the masses to move society in cumvent your thought, brainwash the direction to better control you or turn your life into an ecoyou and I. Let me ask you some- nomically enslaved brain rot thing - do you really trust the until you are too old, tired, weak authority and leadership, here at or worried to do anything about home, abroad, global, national, it. Think on this, but don't read regional, local? Didn't think so, into it what's not there. To win and we all have reasons to no you have to care, and you have to longer trust, why get burned dare, as you should never live again and be doomed to repeat. your life in a world that isn't fair. It's almost time to take a stand. Which side will you be on - and - Lance Winslow do you have the moral fiber to
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Dear Rocco, One of my favorite sitcoms, now seen in reruns, was ‘Married With Children.’ Did you ever see the show during its 10-year run? If so, what advice would you have given to Al, Peg, and the kids? EO
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HOUSTON (UPI) - Houston police are trying to wipe out a recurring crime wave by flushing out the identity of a man who has been caught on surveillance cameras going No. 2 on lawns and driveways in the city’s Woodland Heights neighborhood. The disgruntled dumper has been leaving messes all over the neighborhood, and has pooped at one house at least six times. “It’s definitely not a nice thing to do to people,” said
Patrick Reese, who lives nearby. “Going to the bathroom in their driveway is not nice. That’s definitely not something that’s supposed to go on in polite society.” It is believed that the “serial pooper” usually strikes late at night or early in the morning under the cover of darkness. The man usually cleans himself up with a paper towel and then leaves the soiled sheet on the sidewalk for someone else sanitize. “This is our neighborhood,” area resident Aimee Parsons told Click 2 Houston. “Whatever people think should go
on around here — pooping is not okay. We don’t want dogs pooping in our yards why would we want a human? It is very strange.” Deputies with the Precinct One Constable’s Office say the man will be charged with indecent exposure or criminal mischief charge when he is caught. MONTREAL (UPI) - An elementary school in Montreal was apparently so concerned about the fallout from a student wearing a Boson Bruins hockey sweater that it opted to cancel Canadiens jersey
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day. The event was supposed to happen on Thursday prior to the game between the two teams that night. Officials at Honoré-Mercier Elementary School canceled the event after a parent complained that an 11-year-old girl was asked to remove her Bobby Orr Bruins jersey on a prior Canadiens jersey day. “She’s been a Boston Bruins fan all her life, so she kinda felt really bad. She felt kind of excluded from the school,” her father, Tony Pasquale, told CBC News.
Pasquale did not make the complaint himself and he was critical of the decision to cancel. “It teaches respect, sportsmanship. We can’t all be from the same thread,” he said. English Montreal School Board spokesman Mike Cohen defended the school’s decision. “We don’t think it’s prudent for a student to wear a Boston Bruins jersey in a school during this very intensive playoff play,” Cohen said. “At this stage in the game, with the Canadiens leading the series 2-1, why ignite things, why create a controversy?” Unfortunately for the administrators at Honoré-Mercier Elementary School, the Bruins won Thursday night’s game 1-0 in overtime and the series is now tied up at two games apiece. Game 5 will be on Saturday night in Boston. NEW BRUNSWICK - It seems Mike Defazio of Saint John in New Brunswick, Canada recently blew a tire driving over one of several large potholes in his neighborhood. Sick and tired of his local government’s failure to repair the street he took matters into his own hands and spent half a day filling in the potholes using his tractor. Of course, if you know anything about government you know that infrastructure, law, order, justice, education and everything else can just go to hell, but heaven help the individual who bucks the bureaucracy and
tries to solve a problem by himself. Three days later Defazio got a call from the city’s deputy commissioner of transportation informing him he had broken the city’s bylaws and could face a fine. Apparently they were afraid that a rock could be kicked up and chip a windshield or scratch paint. Defazio says he was told city crews would be out to remove his work and he would have to cover the costs. That’s right, the city was going to dig up pot holes in the street and charge him for the labor to do it. Brilliant. So he was forced to hire a crew and return the street to its original pot-holed state himself. CHICOPEE, Mass. (UPI) - During the arrest of a Massachusetts man, a police officer classified a piece of hot pizza as a “dangerous weapon” after it caused first- and seconddegree burns. James Vincent Grass allegedly shoved a piece of freshly-microwaved pizza into a 6-yearold girl’s face and was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and reckless endangerment of a child. The 21year-old denied the charges against him during his arraignment. In his incident report, Officer Terry Dec wrote the girl said Grass “threw a piece of pizza in her face” when she stopped the microwave because it was steaming. When she tried to explain, Grass grabbed the pizza and asked
“Do you think this is done?” before allegedly shoving the slice in her face and saying “Is that hot enough?” According to Grass the girl asked to smell the pizza and he then “pushed her face into it.” When her mother picked her up, the girl had already popped a blister on her chin and was holding a wet towel to her face.
cabbage-walker Lui Ja Chen. “In fact afterwards, I can throw the cabbage away and feel that I have tossed my feelings out with it.” Other media outlets say they cabbage walkers were just engaging in performance art. The Culture Trip reports that the cabbage walk was simply an art project by Chinese artist Han Bing. Han’s website reports the Chinese cabbage is “a BEIJING (UPI) - According to some quintessentially Chinese symbol of reports, Chinese teenagers have sustenance and comfort for poor taken to walking heads of cabbage Chinese turned upside down.” on leashes as if they were dogs in order to battle depression and PORTLND, Ore. - Sometimes peoloneliness. The vegetable walkers ple die for a reason; Maybe they were spotted at the Midi Music are a soldier, or maybe they overFestival in Beijing. Apparently dose on drugs. Some people just walking a cabbage is a good way to get sick and die for no reason at strike up a conversation with all. Then there are the people another person who has decided who get run over while doing to make a vegetable their pet. “It’s pushups, naked in the street. The not about finding a boyfriend or unfortunate fitness enthusiast was girlfriend, just about having some- 43-year-old James Earl Hunter of one to talk to and share things Oregon. Portland Police were with, a statement of youth isolated called to a report of a man runin the big cities,” said Beijing ning naked in traffic at 4 a.m. As University psychiatrist Wen Chao, officers responded, a second the Austrian Times reported. “The report came in that the naked man idea is simple — you feel as lonely was doing push-ups in the street. and as simple as a cabbage, so you Then, a third report that he’d been begin to act like one and befriend struck by a vehicle. Officers and one. And in that acceptance comes emergency medical workers found change.” It could be said the teens the man, deceased, according to are stopping themselves from feel- the Portland Police Bureau. The ing blue by going green. “I feel I driver of the vehicle that struck can transfer my negative thoughts the man remained at the scene about myself to the cabbage, go and was cooperative. The driver for a walk with it and come home was not impaired by alcohol or feeling better about myself,” said drugs, according to police.
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RRAAW W (Chattanooga) DJ Reggie Reg TTRRA ACC K K 2299 (Chattanooga) Conor Oberst, Dawes AAARRO A ON N’’ SS AAM M PPH HIITT H HEE AATT RREE (Atlanta) Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Tyler Farr 552299 (Atlanta) Ex-Cult TTEE RRM MIIN NAALL W WEESSTT (Atlanta) Katie Herzig FFRREED D RRIICCK K BBRRO OW WN N JJRR.. AAM MPPH H IITT H HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Gladys Knight CCEE N NTT EEN NN NIIAALL O O LLYY M MPPIICC PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Girl Talk VVA ARRIIEE TTYY PPLLAAYY H HO OU USS EE (Atlanta) Valarie June TTEE N NN NEE SSSSEE EE TT H HEE AATTRREE (Knoxville) Kenny Rogers BBIIJJ O OU U TTH H EEAATT RREE (Knoxville) Portugal, The Man BBJJ CCCC A ARREEN N AA (Birmingham) Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss & Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas, The Devil Makes Three BBO O TT TTLLEE TTRREE E (Birmingham) Eagulls RRYY M MAA N N AAU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Dennis Miller AN A ND DRREE W W JJAACC K KSSO ON NH H AALLLL (Nashville) Cheslea Handler MEERRCC YY LLO M OU UN NG G EE EE N NEE RRTT AAIIN NM MEE N NTT CC O OM MPPLL EEXX (Nashville) “Rock On The Row” Staind, Alter Bridge, 10 Years, Devour the Day, Kyng, Jim Breuer Band, Heaven’s Basement, Truck Fighters
SSU UN ND DA AYY M Maayy 1188 TTH H EE CC O OM M EED D YY CCAATT CC H H (Chattanooga) Jake Gulledge SSK KYYZZ O OO O (Chattanooga) DJ Exphacter IIRRO ON N CCIITT YY LLIIVVEE (Birmingham) George Clnton & Parliament/Funkadelic TTIIN N RRO OO O FF BBBBQ Q (Birmingham) B.o.B., Karmon, AJR
MO M ON ND DA AYY M Maayy 1199 RRAAW W (Chattanooga) DJ Spicolli TTRREE M MO ON N TT TTAAVVEE RRN N (Chattanooga) Trivia Night TTH H EE O O FFFFIICC EE (Chattanooga) SpeakEasy FFO OXX && H HO OU UN ND D (Chattanooga) DJ Exphacter ON O NEE --EE LLEEVVEEN N (Lafayette) CSA Writers Night MEERRCC YY LLO M OU UN NG G EE (Nashville) Eagulls IIRRO ON NH HO O RRSSEE CC AAFFÉÉ (Birmingham) Adelita’s Way, Shot 2 Pieces, Bridge to Greece
SSA ATT U U RRD DA AYY M Maayy 1177 TTH H EE CCO OM MEED D YY CCA ATT CC H H (Chattanooga) Jake Gulledge RRH HYY TT H HM M && BBRREE W WSS (Chattanooga) Davey Smith & the Pearl Snap Preachers, Roger Alan Wade, The Collins Brothers, Zach Dylan Band, Robbie Hopkins BBA ARRTT’’ SS LLA AK KEE SSH HO O RREE (Chattanooga) DJ E
TT U UEE SSD DA AYY M Maayy 2200 RRAAW W (Chattanooga) DJ Spicolli TTRREE M MO ON N TT TTAAVVEE RRN N (Chattanooga) Open Mic w/ Mike McDade SSO OU UTT H H SSIID DEE TT AAVVEE RRN N (Chattanooga) Troy Underwood CCEE N NTT EERR SSTT AAG GEE (Atlanta) Ingrid Michaelson, Storyman, Sugar & the Hi Lows
MAY 15 2014
TT H HEE CC O OM M EED DYY CC AATT CCH H (Chattanooga) Chris Tucker RRA AW W (Chattanooga) Open Jam w/ Jonathan Wimpee and friends LLA ASS M MAARRG G AARRII TTAA’’ SS (Chattanooga) Priscilla & Little Rickee ARRII’’ SS H A H AARRBBO O RR LLIIG GH HTT SS (Chattanooga) Keyz Brown TT H HEE TT AAVVEE RRN N (Soddy-Daisy) Roberts & Sims RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD D IITTO O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Ingrid Michaelson, Storyman, Sugar & the Hi Lows IIRRO ON N CC IITT YY LLIIVVEE (Birmingham) Pop Evil, Escape the Fate, Avatar, Glamour of the Kill BBIIJJ O OU U TTH H EEAATT RREE (Knoxville) The Infamous Stringdusters SSA AM MM MYY TT ’’SS (Huntsville) Theory of a Deadman, Adelita’s Way, Red Light King TT EERRM M IIN NAALL W W EESSTT (Atlanta) Wye Oak, Braids
UPPCC O U OM M IIN NG G EEVVEEN NTTSS BBU UCC K KH H EEAAD D TTH H EEAATT RREE (Atlanta) The 1975 May 22 WIILL D W DH HO O RRSSEE SSAALLO OO ON N (Nashville) Sister Hazel May 22 TT RRA ACCK K 2299 (Chattanooga) Theory of A Deadman May 23 M IILLLLEERR PPLL AAZZAA (Chattanooga) Pokey M LaFarge, The 9th Street Stompers May 23 SSYY M MPPH HO ON N YY H HAALLLL (Atlanta) Ben Folds May 23 TT H HEE TT AABBEERRN NAACC LLEE (Atlanta) Neon Trees, Smallpools, Nightmare and the Cat May 23 FF O OXX TT H HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Eddie Izzard May 23 O AAK O KM MO OU UN N TTAAII N N AAM M PPH HIITT H HEE A ATT RREE (Pelham) Dave Matthews Band May 23 AAARRO A ON N’’ SS AAM MPPH H IITT H HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Dave Matthews Band May 24 VVEERRIIZZ O ON NW WIIRREE LLEESSSS AAM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE A ATT EE N NCC O ORREE PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Foreigner, Styx, Don Felder May 24 TT H HEE SSH H EED D (Maryville) The Kentucky Headhunters May 24 TT H HEE BBO OW WEE RRYY (Knoxville) Nashville Pussy, Supersuckers May 24 RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD D IITTO O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Eddie Izzard May 24 GO G OO OD D PPEE O OPPLLEE BBRREEW WIIN NG G (Birmingham) Jeff the Brotherhood, Natural Child May 24 H AARRRRAAH H H’’ SS CC H HEE RRO OK KEE EE CC A ASSIIN NO O (Cherokee) Dolly Parton May 25 M AABBLLEE H M HO OU U SSEE BBAARRN N EESS A AM M PPH HIITT H H EEA ATT RREE (Mableton, GA) Saving Abel May 25 VVA ARRIIEETT YY PPLLAAYY H HO OU USSEE (Atlanta) Tommy Emmanuel May 26 O AAK O KM MO OU UN N TTAAII N N AAM M PPH HIITT H HEE A ATT RREE (Pelham, AL) Journey, Steve Miller Band, Tower of Power May 27 CC H HAASS TTAAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Jimmy Buffett May 27 TT EERRM M IIN NAALL W W EESSTT (Atlanta) Old 97’s, Lydia Loveless May 27 LLO ON NG G BBEEAACC H H SSAALLO OO ON N (Knoxville) Hawthorne Heights May 27 RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD D IITTO O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Morrissey, Kristeenyong May 28 VVA ARRIIEETT YY PPLLAAYY H HO OU USSEE (Atlanta) Lucinda Williams May 28 TT U USSCC AALLO OO OSSAA AAM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE (Tuscaloosa)
Foreigner, Styx, Don Felder May 29 EED DD DIIEE ’’SS AATTTT IICC (Atlanta) Leon Redbone May 29 ARREEN A N AA AATT G GW W IIN NN NEE TT TT CCEE N NTT EERR (Atlanta) Romeo Santos May 29 MIILL LLEERR PPLLAAZZ AA (Chattanooga) Ester Rada, M thecreativeunderground May 30 AAARRO A ON N ’’SS AAM MPPH H IITTH H EEAATT RREE (Atlanta) Journey, Steve Miller Band, Tower of Power May 30 TT H HEE TTAABBEE RRN NAACC LLEE (Atlanta) Manchester Orchestra, Balance and Composure, Kevin Devine May 30 LLIIBBRRA ARRYY TTH H EEAATT RREE (Birmingham) Camera Obscura May 30 TT IIN N RRO OO OFF (Nashville) Corey Smith May 30 CC A AN NN N EERRYY BBAALLLLRRO OO OM M (Nashville) The Kills May 30 DAALL TTO D ON ND D EEPPO O TT (Dalton) Ramble in the Attic May 31 TT H HEE TTAABBEE RRN NAACC LLEE (Atlanta) needtobreathe, Fay Vance May 31 CC A AN ND DLL EERR PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Lucero, Frank Turner May 31 CC RRO OSSSS-- CCO OU UN N TTRRYY LLIIN N EESS FFEESS TTIIVVAALL (Franklin, TN) Patty Griffin, John Hiatt, Ashley Monroe, Brandy Clark, Parker Milsap, Joe Pug, Luther Dickinson May 31 CC A AN NN N EERRYY BBAALLLLRRO OO OM M (Nashville) Manchester Orchestra, Balance and Composure, Kevin Devine May 31 ARREEN A N AA AATT G GW W IIN NN NEE TT TT CCEE N NTT EERR (Atlanta) Third Day May 31 IIRRO ON N CC IITT YY LL IIVVEE (Birmingham) O’2L June 1 PPA ARRK K TT AAVVEERRN N (Atlanta) Granville Automatic June 1 EED DD DIIEE ’’SS AATTTT IICC (Atlanta) Edwin McCain June 1 WIILLD W DH HO O RRSSEE SS AALLO OO ON N (Nashville) Darius Rucker June 2 4400 W WAATT TT CC LLU UBB (Athens, GA) King Khan & the Shrines, Red Moss June 2 VVEERRIIZZ O ON NW WIIRREELLEE SSSS AAM M PPH HIITT H H EEAATT RREE AATT EEN N CCO O RREE PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Jack Johnson, Amos Lee June 3 TT U URRN NEE RR FFIIEE LLD D (Atlanta) Austin Mahone June 3 GRRAAN G ND DO O LLEE O OPPRRYY H HO OU USSEE (Nashville) Carrie Underwood June 3 RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD DIITT O O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Florida Georgia Line, Craig Wiseman June 3 CC O OBBBB EE N NEERRG G YY PPEERRFFO O RRM MIIN NG G AARRTT SS CC EEN N TT EERR (Atlanta) Morrissey June 4 RRIIVVEERRFFRRO ON NTT SSTT AAG G EE (Nashville) Lindsey Eli, Tim Hicks, Small Town Pistols, Morgan Evans, Waymore’s Outlaws, The Grascals, The Marshall Tucker Band, Brazibilly June 4 RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD DIITT O O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes June 5 D && LLIIN 33RRD ND D SSLLEEYY (Nashville) World Party June 5 EEXXIITT // IIN N (Nashville) Foxy Shazam June 5 RRIIVVEERRFFRRO ON NTT SSTT AAG G EE (Nashville) Wynonna, Rig & Rich, Eric Paisley, Craig Campbell, Charlie Worsham, Cole Swindell, Dustin Lynch, Love And Theft, Cassadee Pope June 5 LLPP FFII EELLD D (Nashville) Tim McGraw, Rascall Flats, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Brantley Gilbert June 5 SSM M IITTH H ’’SS O OLLD D EE BBAARR (Atlanta) Hot Club of Cowtown June 5 TT H HEE TTAABBEE RRN NAACC LLEE (Atlanta) Tracy Morgan June 5 MIILL LLEERR PPLLAAZZ AA (Chattanooga) Houndmouth, M Eight Knives June 6
RRYYM MA AN NA AU UD DIITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Conor Oberst, Dawes June 6 LLPP FFIIEE LLD D (Nashville) Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, The Band Perry June 6 RRIIVVEERRFFRRO ON NTT SSTT A AG GEE (Nashville) Clay Walker, Kellie Pickler, Kristian Bush, Collin Raye, Chase Rice, Parmalee, Dan + Shay, Danielle Bradberry, Craig Morgan, Lyndsey Highlander June 6 VVA ARRII EETT YY PPLL A AYYH HO OU U SSEE (Atlanta) World Party June 6 TTEE RRM MIIN NA ALL W WEESS TT (Atlanta) Peter Murphy June 6 OA O AK KM MO OU UN NTT A AIIN NA AM MPPH H TTH H EEA ATT RREE (Pelham, AL) Zac Brown Band June 6 RRIIVVEERRBBEEN ND D FFEE SSTT IIVVA ALL (Chattanooga) Widespread Panic, Dan + Shay, Bernie Worrell June 7 SSO OU U TTH H EERRN NG GRRO OU UN ND DA AM M PPH HIITT H HEE AATT RREE (Fayetteville) Gary Puckett & the Union Gap June 7 SSM MIITT H H ’’SS O O LLD D EE BBA ARR (Atlanta) Stroke 9 June 7 AA A ARRO ON N ’’SS A AM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE (Atlanta) Zac Brown Band June 7 BBO OU UTT W WEE LLLL A AU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Birmingham) Daryle Singletary June 7 LLIIN NN N PPA ARRK K (Birmingham) Jessy J June 7 SSH HO O RRTT M MO OU UN NTT A AIIN ND DIISS TTIILLLL EERRYY (Woodbury, TN) Brian Johanesen, Tristin, Mercy Bell, Caitlin Rose, Smooth Hound Smith, Robert Ellis, Marc Scibilla, Reyl & Baxter, Escondido June 7 IIN NTT EERRN NA ATTII O ON NA ALL (Knoxville) Whitechapel, DevilDriver, Revocation, Carnifax, Rivers of Nihil, Fit For An Autopsy June 7 RRIIVVEERRFFRRO ON NTT SSTT A AG GEE (Nashville) Billy Ray Cyrus, Darryl Worley, Frankie Ballard, Tyler Farr, LoCash Cowboys, The Swan Brothers, Jason Michael Carroll, Maggie Rose, Lyndsey Highlander June 7 LLPP FFIIEE LLD D (Nashville) Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Little Big Town, Darius Rucker, Chris Young June 7 RRIIVVEERRBBEEN ND D FFEE SSTT IIVVA ALL (Chattanooga) Buddy Guy, Claire Dunn, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Too Slim & the Taildraggers June 8 ALLYY SS RRO A OBBIIN N SSO ON N SSTT EEPPH H EEN N SS CC EEN NTT EE RR (Birmingham) Steve Martin, Steep Canyon Rangers, Edie Brickell June 8 RRIIVVEERRFFRRO ON NTT SSTT A AG GEE (Nashville) Uncle Kracker, David Nail, Terri Clark, Glorianna, Lorrie Morgan,Pam Tillis, Colt Ford, Corey Smith, Lonestar June 8 LLPP FFIIEE LLD D (Nashville) Zac Brown Band, Brad Paisley, Lady Antebellium, Hunter Hayes, Thomas Rhett June 8 TTRRA ACC K K 2299 (Chattanooga) Tamar Braxton June 9 FFRRA AN NK K LLIIN N TT H H EEA ATT RREE (Franklin, TN) Sheryl Crow June 9 RRIIVVEERRBBEEN ND D FFEE SSTT IIVVA ALL (Chattanooga) TobyMac June 10 VVA ARRII EETT YY PPLL A AYYH HO OU U SSEE (Atlanta) Cut Copy June 10 RRIIVVEERRBBEEN ND D FFEE SSTT IIVVA ALL (Chattanooga) Boston, Allen Stone, Nikki Hill, The Black Cadillacs June 11 BBJJCC CC A ARREE N NA A (Birmingham) Bruno Mars, Aloe Blacc June 11 D && LLII N 33RRD ND DSS LLEEYY (Nashville) Jackie Greene, Chris Robinson June 11 VVII N NYY LL (Atlanta) Rich Robinson June 12 EED DD DIIEE’’ SS A ATT TT IICC (Atlanta) Larkin Poe June 12
MIILLLLEE RR PPLLAAZZAA (Chattanooga) Lydia Loveless, M Tiffany Taylor June 13 BBJJ CCCC CC O ON N CCEE RRTT H HAALLLL (Birmingham) Mike Epps June 13 TTU U SSCCAALL O OO O SSAA AAM MPPH H IITT H HEEAATT RREE (Tuscaloosa) Fantasia, Joe June 13 TTH H EE M M EELLTT IIN NG G PPO O IIN NTT (Athens, GA) The English Beat June 13 VVEE RRIIZZO ON NW WIIRREE LLEESS SS TT H HEEAA TTRREE AATT EEN N CCO O RREE PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) Boston, .38 Special June 14 TTEE RRM MIIN NAALL W WEESSTT (Atlanta) Foxy Shazam June 14 IIRRO ON N CCIITT YY LLIIVVEE (Birmingham) Tamar Braxton June 14 PPU U BBLLIICC SSQ QU U AARREE PPAARRK K (Nashville) Lisa Loeb June 14 VVO ON N BBRRAAU UN N CC EEN N TTEE RR (Huntsville) Martina McBride June 14 RRYY M MAA N N AAU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons June 15 RRYY M MAA N N AAU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Counting Crows, Toad the Wet Sprocket June 17 TTH H EE LLO O FFTT (Atlanta) Andy Grammer June 18 CCO O BBBB EEN NEE RRG GYY PPEE RRFF O ORRM M IIN NG G AARRTT SS CC EEN NTT EERR (Atlanta) Elvis Costello June 19 RRII VVEE RRFFRRO ON N TT PPAARRK K (Nashville) Xavier Rudd June 19 HAARRRRAAH H H’’ SS CC H HEE RRO OK KEE EE CC AASSIIN NO O (Cherokee) Gin Blossoms, Spin Doctors June 19 MIILLLLEE RR PPLLAAZZAA (Chattanooga) Alanna Royale, M Debi D. & River City Jazz June 20 TTEE N NN NEE SSSSEE EE TT H HEE AATTRREE (Knoxville) Elvis Costello June 20 HEERRIITT AAG H G EE PPAARRK K (Cullman, AL) Charlie Daniels Band, Little Big Town, Deejay Silver June 20 VVA ARRIIEE TTYY PPLLAAYY H HO OU USS EE (Atlanta) Xavier Rudd June 20 FFRREED D RRIICCK K BBRRO OW WN N JJRR.. AAM MPPH H IITT H HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Bruce Hornsby June 21 PPH H IILLIIPPSS AARREE N NAA (Atlanta) Paul McCartney June 21 EED DD D IIEE’’ SS AATT TT IICC (Atlanta) Those Darlins June 21 4400 W WAATT TT CC LLU U BB (Athens, GA) Futurebirds June 21 RRYY M MAA N N AAU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Elvis Costello June 21 TTH H EE SSH H EED D (Maryville) Drivin’ N’ Cryin’, The Eskimo Brothers June 21 HEERRIITT AAG H G EE PPAARRK K (Cullman, AL) Lynyrd Skynryd, Colt Ford, Deejay Silver June 21 AAARRO A ON N’’ SS AAM M PPH HIITT H HEE AATT RREE (Atlanta) Randy Houser, Leah Turner, Charlie Worsham June 22 CCH H AASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Counting Crows, Toad the Wet Sprocket June 22 MAARRAATT H M HO ON NM MU USSIICC W WO O RRK KSS (Atlanta) Sevendust June 23 BBRRIID DG GEE SSTT O ON NEE AARREEN N AA (Nashville) Paul McCartney June 25 CCA AN NN NEERRYY BBAALLLLRRO OO OM M (Nashville) Theory of A Deadman June 25 MEERRCC YY LLO M OU UN NG G EE (Nashville) Old 97’s June 26 WIILLD W DH HO ORRSSEE SSAALLO OO ON N (Nashville) Everclear, Soul Asylum, Eve 6, Spacehog June 26 TTH H EE 55 SS PPO OTT (Nashville) The Paul Collins Beat, Sherbert June 26 RRII VVEE RRFFRRO ON N TT PPAARRK K (Nashville) Will Hoge, Drake Whie & the Big Fire, Clare Dunn, Brian Collins June 26 MIILLLLEE RR PPLLAAZZAA (Chattanooga) Seth Walker, M Remembering Jeremy June 27 CCA AM M PP H HO OU USSEE (Chattanooga) David Wilcox June 27 BBRRIID DG GEE SSTT O ON NEE AARREEN N AA (Nashville) Katy
MAY 15 2014
TRAVELING ON THE ROAD FOR 20 PLUS YEARS HAS ALLOWED JAKE TO SEE AND EXPERIENCE AUDIENCES ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. WITH A UNIQUE APPROACH TO USING HUMOROUS STORIES AND AN R&B VOCAL STYLE IN CONTEMPORARY COMEDY, JAKE IS SET APART.
ONE OF THE HOTTEST COMEDIANS TO COME OUT OF CHATTANOOGA IN YEARS. D.J IS HIP AND HILARIUOS. HIS COMEDY HAS BEEN CALLED "HILLBILLY GUTTER BELLY", ALTHOUGH HARD TO DISCRIBE IT IS NOT HARD TO LAUGH WITH AND AT D.J.
MAY 30 - JUNE 1
VERSATILITY AND STYLE BEST DESCRIBE THIS PERFORMER PROVIDING LAUGHS THAT TRANSCEND ALL BARRIERS: AGE, GENDER, URBAN OR MAINSTREAM, HIS HUMOR APPEALS TO ALL AUDIENCES. CURRENTLY A CONTRIBUTING WRITER FOR “THE TOM JOYNER MORNING SHOW” HEARD IN OVER 100 RADIO MARKETS.
JULY 16 ONE SHOW ONLY!
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Perry, Capital Cities June 27 VVO ON N BBRRAAU UN N CCEE N NTT EERR (Huntsville) Tommy Womack, Marshall Chapman, Will Kimbrough June 27 HII --LLO H O LLO OU UN NG GEE (Athens, GA) The Paul Collins Beat June 27 PPH HII LLIIPPSS AARREEN N AA (Atlanta) Katy Perry, Capital Cities June 28 CC H HAASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Rick Springfield, Pat Benatar & Neild Giraldo June 28 TT EERRM MII N NAALL W WEE SSTT (Atlanta) Throwing Muses, Tanya Donelly June 28 SSO OU UTT H HEE RRN NG G RRO OU UN ND D AAM M PPH HIITT H H EEAATT RREE (Fayetteville) Jefferson Starship June 28 TT H HEE SSH HEE D D (Maryville) Billy Joe Shaver June 28 CC O OBBBB EE N NEERRG G YY PPEERRFFO O RRM MIIN NG G AARRTT SS CC EEN N TT EERR (Atlanta) “The Voice Tour” June 29 TT RRA ACCK K 22 99 (Chattanooga) Lindsey Stirling June 30 EEXXIITT // IIN N (Nashville) Swans June 30 GRRAAN G ND DO O LLEE O OPPRRYY H HO OU USSEE (Nashville) Old Crow Medicine Show July 1 MEE RRCCYY LLO M OU UN NG GEE (Nashville) The Felice Brothers July 2 CC H HAASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) New Edition July 3 RRIIVVEERRFFRRO ON NTT PPAARRK K (Nashville) The Apache Relay, Steelism, Promised Land Soul July 3 MIILL LLEERR PPLLAAZZ AA (Chattanooga) Slide Brothers, M The Power Players July 4 CC O OU UN NTT RRYY TT O ON NIIG GH HTT TT H HEE AATTRREE (Pigeon Forge) Mark Chesnutt July 4 CC H HAASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Lionel Richie, CeeLo Green July 7 AVVO A ON ND DAALLEE BBRREEW WIIN NG G CC O OM MPPAAN NYY (Birmingham) Moe. July 10 MIILL LLEERR PPLLAAZZ AA (Chattanooga) Bronze Radio M Return, The Iscariots July 11 CC H HAASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Goo Goo Dolls, Daughtry, Plain White T’s July 11 TT H HEE EEAARRLL (Atlanta) The Baseball Project July 11 FFRREE D DRRIICC K K BBRRO OW WN N JJRR.. AAM M PPH HIITT H H EEAATT RREE (Atlanta) The Beach Boys July 12 EEXXIITT // IIN N (Nashville) Blackstone Cherry, We
As Human, Kyng July 12 TTH H EE W WO OO OD DSS A ATT FF O ON N TTA AN N EELL (Whites Creek) Fall Out Boy, New Politics July 13 AA A ARRO ON N ’’SS A AM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE (Atlanta) Tim McGraw, Cassadee Pope July 13 RRYYM MA AN NA AU UD DIITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Beck July 14 MA M ARRA ATT H HO ON NM MU USSIICC W WO O RRK KSS (Nashville) The Neighborhood, White Arrows July 14 EEXXIITT //II N N (Nashville) Man or Astroman? July 15 GEE O G ORRG G IIA AD DO OM MEE (Atlanta) Beyonce, Jay Z July 15 MA M ASSQ QU UEE RRA AD D EE M MU USSIICC PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) The Neighbourhood, White Arrows July 15 BBRRIID DG G EESSTT O ON N EE A ARREE N NA A (Nashville) KISS, Def Leppard July 16 RRIIVVEERRFFRRO ON NTT PPA ARRK K (Nashville) Hayes Carll, Rayland Baxter, James Wallace & the Naked Light, Oak Creek July 17 MIILLLLEE RR PPLLA M AZZA A (Chattanooga) Lucius, Danimal Planet July 18 TTU U SSCC A ALLO OO O SSA AA AM M PPH H IITT H HEE A ATTRREE (Tuscaloosa) Peter Frampton, The Doobie Brothers July 18 VVEERRIIZZO ON NW W IIRREELLEE SSSS TT H HEE A ATTRREE A ATT EEN N CCO O RREE PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) Ray LaMontagne, The Belle Brigade, Jenny Lewis July 18 AA A ARRO ON N ’’SS A AM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE (Atlanta) KISS, Def Leppard July 18 CCH HA ASSTT A AIIN N PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) The Fray, Barcelona, Oh Honey July 18 BBJJCC CC CC O ON NCC EERRTT H HA ALL LL (Birmingham) Ray LaMontagne, The Belle Brigade, Jenny Lewis July 19 TTH H EE W WO OO OD DSS A ATT FF O ON N TTEE N NEE LL (Whites Creek) The Fray, Barcelona, Oh Honey July 19 FFRREED D RRIICC K K BBRRO OW WN N JJRR.. A AM M PPH HIITT H HEE AATT RREE (Atlanta) Michael Bolton July 20 SSYY M MPPH HO ON NYY H HA ALLLL (Atlanta) Procol Harum July 20 EEXXIITT //II N N (Nashville) Machine Head, Anti Mortem, July 21 FFO O XX TTH H EEA ATT RREE (Atlanta) Beck July 22 SSCC H HEERRM M EERRH HO ORRN N SSYY M MPPH HO ON NYY CC EEN N TTEE RR (Nashville) Maxwell July 23
OAAK O KM MO OU UN NTT AAIIN N AAM M PPH HIITT H H EEAATT RREE (Pelham, AL) Luke Bryan, Lee Brice, Cole Swindell July 23 CCH H AASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Sara Bareilles July 23 AAARRO A ON N’’ SS AAM M PPH HIITT H HEE AATT RREE (Atlanta) Van’s Warped Tour July 24 TTH H EE TT AABBEERRN N AACCLLEE (Atlanta) 311 July 24 VVEE RRIIZZO ON NW WIIRREE LLEESS SS TT H HEEAA TTRREE AATT EEN N CCO O RREE PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) “American Idol Live” July 24 RRII VVEE RRFFRRO ON N TT PPAARRK K (Nashville) Lettuce, Sir Mix-A-Lot July 24 MIILLLLEE RR PPLLAAZZAA (Chattanooga) Function, M Roger Alan Wade & Sparkle Motion July 25 FFRRIISSTT CC EEN NTT EERR (Nashville) Marty Stuart July 25 TTH H EE W WO OO OD D SS AATT FFO ON NTT AAN NEE LL (Whites Creek) Ray LaMontagne, The Belle Brigade, Jenny Lewis July 25 TTH H EE TT AABBEERRN N AACCLLEE (Atlanta) 311 July 25 VVEE RRIIZZO ON NW WIIRREE LLEESS SS TT H HEEAA TTRREE AATT EEN N CCO O RREE PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) The Avett Brothers, Emmylou Harris July 25 VVA ARRIIEE TTYY PPLLAAYY H HO OU USS EE (Atlanta) Paula Poundstone July 25 FFO OXX TT H H EEAATT RREE (Atlanta) DMX, EPMD, Naughty By Nature, Big Daddy Kane, Black Sheep, Slick Rick, Doug E. Fresh, Biz Markie July 26 CCH H AASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) O.A.R., Phillip Phillips July 26 VVEE RRIIZZO ON NW WIIRREE LLEESS SS TT H HEEAA TTRREE AATT EEN N CCO O RREE PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) The Avett Brothers, Gov’t Mule July 26 TTEE RRM MIIN NAALL W WEESSTT (Atlanta) Bob Schneider July 26 BBJJ CCCC CC O ON N CCEE RRTT H HAALLLL (Birmingham) “Americal Idol Live” July 26 TTH H EE PPU UN NCC H HLLIIN N EE (Atlanta) Christopher Titus July 27 BBJJ CCCC CC O ON N CCEE RRTT H HAALLLL (Birmingham) Steely Dan July 27 RRYY M MAA N N AAU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Yes July 28 TTEE N NN NEE SSSSEE EE SSTT AATT EE FF AAIIRRG GRRO OU UN ND D SS (Nashville) Van’s Warped Tour July 29 RRYY M MAA N N AAU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Sarah
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McLachlin July 29 TT EEN NN NEE SSSSEEEE TT H HEE AATTRREE (Knoxville) Ray LaMontagne, The Belle Brigade July 29 AAARRO A ON N’’ SS AAM MPPH H IITT H HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Fall Out Boy, Paramore, New Politics July 30 CC H HAASS TTAAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Sarah McLachlin July 30 SSYY M MPPH HO ON N YY H HAALLLL (Atlanta) Yes July 30 TT H HEE W WO OO OD D SS AATT FFO ON NTT EEN N EELL (Whites Creek) Sara Barelilles July 30 H AARRRRAAH H H’’ SS CC H HEE RRO OK KEE EE CC A ASSIIN NO O (Cherokee) Jennifer Nettles, Brandy Clark August 2 M IILLLLEERR PPLL AAZZAA (Chattanooga) The London M Souls, Jordan Hallquist & the Outfit August 8 TT EEN NN NEE SSSSEEEE PPEERRFF O ORRM MII N NG GA ARRTTSS CCEE N NTT EERR (Nashville) The Turtles feat. Flo & Eddie, Chuck Negron, Mark Farner, Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels, Gary Lewis & the Playboys August 1 RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD D IITTO O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Steely Dan August 1 M AASSQ M QU U EERRAAD DEE M MU U SSIICC PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) Michael Franti, SOJA, Brett Dennen, Trevor Hall August 1 ATT LLAAN A N TTAA BBO O TT AAN NIICC AALL G GA ARRD DEEN N (Atlanta) Gavin DeGraw August 1 VVEERRIIZZ O ON NW WIIRREE LLEESSSS TTH H EEA ATT RREE A A TT EE N NCC O ORREE PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) Sugar Ray, Blues Traveler, Smash Mouth, Uncle Kracker August 2 RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD D IITTO O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Steely Dan August 2 H AARRRRAAH H H’’ SS CC H HEE RRO OK KEE EE CC A ASSIIN NO O (Cherokee) Jennifer Nettles, Brandy Clark August 2 WO W O RRK KPPLLAAYY TT H HEEAATT RREE (Birmingham) Shelby Lynne August 2 VVEERRIIZZ O ON NW WIIRREE LLEESSSS AAM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE A ATT EE N NCC O ORREE PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Phish August 3 M AARRAATTH M HO ON NM MU U SSIICC W WO ORRK KSS (Nashville) Passenger August 3 VVEERRIIZZ O ON NW WIIRREE LLEESSSS AAM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE A ATT EE N NCC O ORREE PPAARRK K (Atlanta) James Taylor August 5 SSA AM MM MYY TT ’’SS (Huntsville) Blackstone Cherry, We As Human, Kyng August 6 TT EERRM M IIN NAALL W W EESSTT (Atlanta) Peter Murphy August 7 TT EEN NN NEE SSSSEEEE TT H HEE AATTRREE (Knoxville) Chris Botti August 7 BBRRIID DG GEESS TTO ON NEE AARREEN N AA (Nashville) Miley Cyrus August 7 AAARRO A ON N’’ SS AAM MPPH H IITT H HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Nine Inch Nails, Soundgarden, Death Corps August 8 M AAIIN M N SSTT RREEEE TT (Albertville, AL) The Bellamy Brothers August 8 M AAIIN M N SSTT RREEEE TT (Albertville, AL) Jo Dee Messina, Gin Blossoms August 9 TT H HEE TT AABBEERRN NAACC LLEE (Atlanta) Slightly Stoopid, Stephen Marley August 14 VVA ARRIIEETT YY PPLLAAYY H HO OU USSEE (Atlanta) Dark Star Orchestra August 14 M IILLLLEERR PPLL AAZZAA (Chattanooga) Clap Your M Hands Ssay Yeah, SoCo August 15 O AAK O KM MO OU UN N TTAAII N N AAM M PPH HIITT H HEE A ATT RREE (Pelham, AL) Motley Crue, Alice Cooper August 15 IIRRO ON N CC IITT YY LLIIVVEE (Birmingham) The Lacs August 15 CC H HAASS TTAAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Gipsey Kings August 15 VVEERRIIZZ O ON NW WIIRREE LLEESSSS AAM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE A ATT EE N NCC O ORREE PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Motley Crue, Alice Cooper August 16 CC H HAASS TTAAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Dave Koz, Mindi Abair, Gerald Albright, Richard Elliot August 16
TT H HEE W WO OO OD DSS AATT FFO ON N TT AAN NEELL (Whites Creek) Boston August 16 CC H HAASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Panic! At the Disco, Walk the Moon, Youngblood Hawke August 17 RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD DIITT O O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Tori Amos August 18 LLPP FFII EELLD D (Nashville) One Direction August 19 CC H HAASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) OneRepublic August 19 CC O OBBBB EE N NEERRG G YY PPEERRFFO O RRM MIIN NG G AARRTT SS CC EEN N TT EERR (Atlanta) Tori Amos August 19 MAASS Q M QU UEE RRAAD DEE M MU USS IICC PPAARRK K (Atlanta) The Offspring, Bad Religion, Pennywise August 20 MIILL LLEERR PPLLAAZZ AA (Chattanooga) Johnnyswim, M Decibella August 22 FFO O XX TT H HEE AATTRREE (Atlanta) Michael McDonald, Toto August 22 CC H HAASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Boyz II Men, En Vogue August 22 BBJJCC CC CCO ON NCC EERRTT H H AALLLL (Birmingham) Crosby, Stills and Nash August 22 O AAK O KM MO OU UN NTT AAIIN N AAM MPPH H IITT H HEE AATTRREE (Pelham) Keith Urban, Jerrod Niemann, Brett Eldridge August 23 H AAVVEE N 1122TT H NU UEE N NO O RRTT H H (Nashville) Big Gigantic, Diplo, Griz, Zed’s Dead August 23 TT H HEE W WO OO OD DSS AATT FFO ON N TT AAN NEELL (Whites Creek) Shovels & Rope, Old Crow Medicine Show August 23 FFO OU URR PPO O IIN NTT SS SSH H EERRAATT O ON N (Brentwood, TN) Kellie Pickler August 23 TT EEN NN NEESS SSEEEE TTH H EEAATT RREE (Knoxville) Corey Smith August 23 CC H HAASSTT AAIIN N PPAARRK K ((Atlanta) Chicago, REO Speedwagon August 24 VVEERRIIZZ O ON NW WIIRREELLEE SSSS AAM M PPH HIITT H H EEAATT RREE AATT EEN N CCO O RREE PPAARRK K (Atlanta) Keith Urban, Jerrod Niemann, Brett Eldridge August 24 WO W OO OD D RRU U FFFF AARRTTSS CCEE N NTT EERR (Atlanta) Paula Deen August 26 AN A ND D RREEW W JJ AACCK K SSO ON NH HAALL LL (Nashville) Paula Deen August 27
PPH HIILLII PPSS A ARREEN NA A (Atlanta) Aerosmith, Slash August 28 MIILLLLEE RR PPLLA M AZZA A (Chattanooga) Gabe Dixon, Stereo Dig August 29 ATTLL A A AN NTT A A BBO OTT A AN NII CCA ALL G GA ARRD DEE N N (Atlanta) Lyle Lovett August 29 ZZYY D DEECC O O (Birmingham) Kevin Gates, Chevy Woods August 30 BBO OU UTT W WEE LLLL A AU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Birmingham) Austin Mahone, Fifth Harmony, Shawn Mendes, Alex Angelo September 2 FFRREED D RRIICC K K BBRRO OW WN N JJRR.. A AM M PPH HIITT H HEE AATT RREE (Atlanta) Bret Michaels September 6 VVEERRIIZZO ON NW W IIRREELLEE SSSS A AM M PPH H IITT H HEE A ATTRREE AATT EEN N CCO O RREE PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) ZZ Top, Jeff Beck September 6 WO W OLL FF CC RREEEEK KA AM MPPH H IITTH H EEA ATT RE (Atlanta) Lyfe Jennings September 6 TTH H EE W WO OO OD DSS A ATT FF O ON N TTEE N NEE LL (Whites Creek) Austin Mahone, Fifth Harmony, Shawn Mendes September 6 AA A ARRO ON N ’’SS A AM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE (Atlanta) Kings of Leon September 9 TTH H EE TTA ABBEERRN NA ACCLL EE (Atlanta) 3 Doors Down, Acousitc – Songs From the Attic September 10 OA O AK KM MO OU UN NTT A AIIN NA AM MPPH H IITTH H EEA ATT RREE (Pelham, AL) Kings of Leon September 10 AA A ARRO ON N ’’SS A AM MPPH HII TTH H EEA ATT RREE (Atlanta) Rascal Flatts, Sheryl Crow, Glorianna September 11 CCH HA ASSTT A AIIN N PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) Tedeschi Trucks, John Hiatt September 12 ARREEN A NA A@ @G GW W IIN NN N EETT TT CCEE N NTT EERR (Atlanta) Ed Sheeran September 12 SSCC H HEERRM M EERRH HO ORRN N SSYY M MPPH HO ON NYY CC EEN N TTEE RR (Nashville) The Four Tops September 12 CCH HA ASSTT A AIIN N PPA ARRK K (Atlanta) Charlie Wilson September 13 BBRRIID DG G EESSTT O ON N EE A ARREE N NA A (Nashville) Ed Sheeran September 13 TTH H EE W WO OO OD DSS A ATT FF O ON N TTA AN N EELL (Whites Creek) Bob Weir & Ratdog, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood September 14 CCA AN NN NEE RRYY BBA ALLLL RRO OO OM M (Nashville) Nick Carter & Jordan Knight September 15
TTH H EE TT AABBEERRN N AACCLLEE (Atlanta) Lily Allen September 17 CCO OU UN NTT RRYY TT O ON N IITTEE TT H HEE AATTRREE (Pigeon Forge) Bobby Bare, John Anderson, Daryl Worley September 19 ATTLLAAN A N TT AA BBO OTT AAN NIICC AALL G G AARRD DEE N N (Atlanta) Keb’ Mo’, Mavis Staples September 19 IIRRO ON N CCIITT YY LLIIVVEE (Birmingham) Twenty One Pilots September 19 MAARRAATT H M HO ON NM MU USSIICC W WO O RRK KSS (Nashville) Twenty One Pilots September 21 D && LLIIN 33RRD ND DSSLLEE YY (Nashville) Terry Bozio September 24 ATTLLAAN A N TTAA M MO O TTO O RR SSPPEEEE D DW WAAYY (Hampton) A Flock of Seagulls September 26 TTH H EE EE AARRLL (Atlanta) The Dream Syndicate September 27 GEEO G O RRG GIIAA D DO OM M EE (Atlanta) One Direction October 1 RRYY M MAA N N AAU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Ian Anderson October 1 TTH H EE TT AABBEERRN N AACCLLEE (Atlanta) Coheed & Cambria October 7 ARREE N A NAA @ @G GW WIIN NN NEE TTTT CC EEN N TTEE RR (Atlanta) Five Finger Death Punch, Volbeat, Hellyeah, Nuthing More October 11 VVA ARRIIEE TTYY PPLLAAYY H HO OU USS EE (Atlanta) Miranda Sings October 12 KN K NO O XXVVIILL LLEE CC O OLL IISSEEIIU UM M (Knoxville) Five Finger Death Punch, Volbeat, Hellyeah, Nuthing More October 12 BBRRIID DG GEE SSTT O ON NEE AARREEN N AA (Nashville) Motley Crue, Alice Cooper October 15 WH W HO O TTEE LL--M M IID DTT O OW WN N (Atlanta) Sandra Bernhardt October 18 FFO OXX TT H H EEAATT RREE (Atlanta) Jason Isbell October 18 SSCCH H EERRM M EERRH HO O RRN N SS YYM M PPH HO ON NYY CC EEN NTT EE RR (Nashville) REO Speedwagon October 19 ARREE N A NAA @ @G GW WIIN NN NEE TTTT CC EEN N TTEE RR (Atlanta) Enrique Igelisias, Pitbull October 22 RRYY M MAA N N AAU UD D IITT O ORRIIU UM M (Nashville) Jason Isbell, Amanda Shires October 24
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RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD D IITTO O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Jason Isbell, St. Paul & the Broken Bones October 25 RRYY M MAAN N AAU UD D IITTO O RRIIU UM M (Nashville) Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson October 26 TT H HO OM MPPSSO ON N-- BBO OLLIIN NG G AARREE N NA A (Knoxville) Eric Church, Dwight Yoakum, Halestorm October 30 M EEM M MO O RRIIAALL AAU UD DIITT O ORRIIU UM M (Chattanooga) Joe Bonamassa December 9 ARREE N A NAA @ @G GW WIIN NN NEETT TT CC EEN N TTEE RR (Atlanta) Eric Church, Dwight Yaokum, Halestorm December 11 PPH H IILLIIPPSS AARREE N NAA (Atlanta) The Black Keys, St. Vincent December 11 BBJJCC CC A ARREEN N AA (Birmingham) Eric Church, Dwight Yaokum, Halestorm December 13 PPH H IILLIIPPSS AARREE N NAA (Atlanta) Fleetwood Mac December 17 BBRRIID DG GEESS TTO ON NEE AARREEN N AA (Nashville) Justin Timberlake December 19 ARREE N A NAA @ @G GW WIIN NN NEETT TT CC EEN N TTEE RR (Atlanta) Justin Timberlake December 20 BBRRIID DG GEESS TTO ON NEE AARREEN N AA (Nashville) Bassnectar December 31 SSCC H H EERRM MEE RRH HO O RRN N SSYY M MPPH HO ON N YY CCEE N NTT EERR (Nashville) Kenny Rogers January 15-17 SSCC H H EERRM MEE RRH HO O RRN N SSYY M MPPH HO ON N YY CCEE N NTT EERR (Nashville) Styx February 19-21 EE D DD DII EE’’ SS AATT TTIICC (Atlanta) John Hammond February 22 SSCC H H EERRM MEE RRH HO O RRN N SSYY M MPPH HO ON N YY CCEE N NTT EERR (Nashville) Kenny G April 9-11
CCO ON NTTIIN NU UII N NG G FF IIRRSSTT CCEE N NTT EEN N AARRYY U UN NIITT EE D DM M EETT H HO OD DIISSTT CC H HU U RRCCH H (Chattanooga) Singles One Mondays @ 6 PM G RREEAATT EERR CC H G H AATTTT AAN NO OO OG GA AA ASSPPIIEE SS (Chattanooga) Third Tuesday of each month, 6-8 pm
O PEN IN G T HI S WE EK NO N OW W SSH HO OW WII N NG G Godzilla PG-13 The world’s most famous monster The Amazing Spider-Man 2 PG-13 is pitted against malevolent crea- It’s great to be Spider-Man. For tures that threaten mankind. Peter Parker, there’s no feeling quite like swinging between skyMillion Dollar Arm PG scrapers, embracing being the Follows an American sports agent hero, and spending time with who discovered Indian teenagers Gwen. But being Spider-Man comes Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel, win- at a price: only Spider-Man can ners of a reality TV series called protect his fellow New Yorkers “The Million Dollar Arm,” aimed at from the formidable villains that finding a person who could throw a threaten the city. With the emerbaseball the fastest. He brought gence of Electro, Peter must conthem back to the US, moved in with front a foe far more powerful than them, taught them English, and, of he. And as his old friend, Harry course, the game of baseball with Osborn, returns, Peter comes to the hopes of getting them major realize that all of his enemies have league contracts. one thing in common: OsCorp.
Bryan Cranston in Legendary Pictures’ “Godzilla”.
Bears G Disneynature’s new True Life Adventure “Bears” showcases a year in the life of two mother bears as they impart life lessons to their impressionable young cubs. Set against a majestic Alaskan backdrop teeming with life, their journey begins as winter comes to an end and the bears emerge from hibernation to face the bitter cold. The world outside is exciting—but risky—as the cubs’ playful descent down the mountain carries with it a looming threat of avalanches. As the season changes from spring to summer, the brown bear families must work together to find food— ultimately feasting at a plentiful salmon run—while staying safe from predators, including an everpresent wolf pack. “Bears” captures the fast-moving action and suspense of life in one of the planet’s last great wildernesses—where mothers definitely know best and their cubs’ survival hinges on family togetherness.
his role in the modern world and teams up with Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, to battle a powerful yet shadowy enemy in present-day Washington, D.C. Divergent PG-13 In a world where people are divided into distinct factions based on human virtues. Tris Prior is warned she is Divergent and will never fit into any one group. When she discovers a conspiracy by a faction leader to destroy all Divergents, Tris must learn to trust in the mysterious Four and together they must find out what makes being Divergent so dangerous before it’s too late.
Draft Day PG-13 On the day of the NFL Draft, general manager Sonny Weaver has the opportunity to save football in Cleveland when he trades for the number one pick. He must quickly decide what he’s willing to sacrifice in pursuit of perfection as the lines between his personal and Brick Mansions PG-13 professional life become blurred An undercover cop tries to take on a life-changing day for a few down a ruthless crime lord with hundred young men with dreams of access to a neutron bomb by infil- playing in the NFL. trating his gang. God’s Not Dead PG Captain America: The Winter College freshman and devout Soldier PG-13 Christian Josh Wheaton finds his Steve Rogers struggles to embrace faith challenged on his first day of ENIGMA
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Philosophy class by the dogmatic Professor Radisson. Radisson begins class by informing students that they will need to disavow, in writing, the existence of God on that first day, or face a failing grade. As other students in the class begin scribbling the words “God Is Dead” on pieces of paper, Josh find himself at a crossroads, having to choose between his faith and his future. Josh offers a nervous refusal, provoking an irate reaction from his smug professor. Radisson assigns him a daunting task: to prove God’s existence by presenting well-researched, intellectual arguments and evidence over the course of the semester, and engage Radisson in a head-tohead debate in front of the class. The Grand Budapest Hotel R Recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars. Heaven Is For Real PG Todd Burpo and Sonja Burpo are the real-life couple whose son Colton claims to have visited Heaven during a near death experience. Colton recounts the details of his amazing journey with childlike innocence and speaks matter-offactly about things that happened before his birth ... things he couldn’t possibly know. Todd and his family are then challenged to examine the meaning from this remarkable event.
ty, and never heard from again.
Oculus R Ten years ago, tragedy struck the Russell family, leaving the lives of teenage siblings Tim and Kaylie forever changed when Tim was convicted of the brutal murder of their parents. Now in his 20s, Tim is newly released from protective custody and only wants to move on with his life; but Kaylie, still haunted by that fateful night, is convinced her parents’ deaths were caused by something else altogether: a malevolent supernatural force¬¬ unleashed through the Lasser Glass, an antique mirror in their childhood home. Determined to prove Tim’s innocence, Kaylie tracks down the mirror, only to learn similar deaths have befallen previous owners over the past century. With the mysterious entity now back in their hands, Tim and Kaylie soon find their hold on reality shattered by terrifying hallucinations, and realize, too late, that their childhood nightmare is beginning again…
The Other Woman R After discovering her boyfriend is married, a woman tries to get her ruined life back on track. But when she accidentally meets the wife he’s been cheating on, she realizes they have much in common, and her sworn enemy becomes her greatest friend. When yet another affair is discovered, all three women team up to plot mutual revenge on their cheating, lying, Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return PG three-timing SOB. Dorothy wakes to post-tornado Kansas, only to be whisked back to The Quiet Ones PG-13 Oz to try to save her old friends the Tucked away in an estate outside Scarecrow, the Lion, the Tin Man of London, Professor Coupland and Glinda from a devious new vil- along with a team of university stulain, the Jester. Wiser the owl, dents conduct an “experiment” on Marshal Mallow, China Princess Jane Harper, a young girl who harand Tugg the tugboat join Dorothy bors unspeakable secrets. What on her latest magical journey dark forces they uncover are more through the colorful landscape of terrifying than any of them expectOz to restore order and happiness ed. to Emerald City. Rio 2 G Mom’s Night Out PG Jewel, Blu and their three kids All Allyson and her friends want is leave their domesticated life in a peaceful, grown-up evening of that magical city of Rio for a jourdinner and conversation - a long- ney to the Amazon. Along the way, needed moms’ night out. But in they encounter a menagerie of order to enjoy high heels, adult characters who are born to be conversation and food not served wild. in a paper bag, they need their husbands to watch the kids for three Under The Skin R hours. What could go wrong? A voluptuous woman of unknown origin combs the highways in Neighbors R search of isolated or forsaken men, A couple with a newborn baby face luring a succession of lost souls unexpected difficulties after they into an otherworldly lair. They are are forced to live next to a frater- seduced, stripped of their humaniENIGMA
CO MIN G SO ON Blended PG-13 After a disastrous blind date, single parents Lauren and Jim agree on only one thing: they never want to see each other again. But when they each sign up separately for a fabulous family vacation with their kids, they’re all stuck sharing a suite at a luxurious African safari resort for a week. Maleficent PG A beautiful, pure-hearted young woman, Maleficent has an idyllic life growing up in a peaceable forest kingdom, until one day when an invading army threatens the harmony of the land. Maleficent rises
Across 2. Worn to protect the clothing 6. Fermented grape juices 11. Lady's-finger 13. State resident 15. English princess 17. Fixes 18. Ogles 19. Underground part of a plant 20. Deuces 21. Thin glutinous mud 22. Authentic 23. Finish first 25. Biddies 26. Person whose religion is Judaism 30. Devote 32. Modify 36. Complete change 37. Shooting sport 38. Sealing compound 40. Purchase
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to be the land’s fiercest protector, but she ultimately suffers a ruthless betrayal-an act that begins to turn her pure heart to stone. Bent on revenge, Maleficent faces an epic battle with the invading king’s successor and, as a result, places a curse upon his newborn infant Aurora. As the child grows, Maleficent realizes that Aurora holds the key to peace in the kingdom-and perhaps to Maleficent’s true happiness as well. X-Men: Days of Future Past PG-13 The beloved characters from the original “X-Men” film trilogy join forces with their younger selves from “X-Men: First Class,” in an epic battle that must change the past – to save our future.
12. Flightless bird 14. Small dam 16. Part of speech 24. Rich and fashionable travellers 26. Trash 27. Spouse 28. Group of tents 29. Genus of vermin 30. Step in ballet 31. Short letter 33. Paint unskillfully 34. Be sorry for 35. Plaything 39. Highest 42. Public exhibition Down 43. Judges 1. Florida city 2. Inert elemental gas 44. Metal fastener 45. Mathematics 3. Move past 46. Raised platform 4. Lubricates 47. Evade work 5. Yuletide 6. Of moderate tem- 48. Unwieldy ship 51. Career golfers perature 52. Unpleasant smell 7. Insert 53. Salver 8. Planet 54. Stylish 9. Breathe noisily 10. Hates intensely 41. Places to sleep 47. Shaft horsepower 49. Executive Officer 50. Away 54. Pal 55. Imitator 56. Tester 57. Hawaiian port 58. Draw near 59. Book of the Bible 60. Annoys 61. Native of Switzerland 62. Type of packsack
The Byrds enter the Billboard Pop chart for the first time with their version of Bob Dylan’s “Mr. Tambourine Man”, which will climb to #1 by June.
1199 5511 The number one record on America’s R&B chart was a song called “Rocket 88” by Jackie Brenston And His Delta Cats. Many Rock historians say that this was the first true Rock and Roll record. Although Brenston sang, played sax and is credited as composer, ‘His Delta Cats’ were actually Ike Turner And His Kings of Rhythm. 11 9955 55 Elvis Presley’s performance in Jacksonville, Florida is the first Presley show at which a riot ensues. After Elvis tells the audience, “Girls, I’ll see you backstage,” he has some of his clothes ripped off, but escapes unharmed.
his own record label after successfully producing a series of hit records. 119966 22 Billboard magazine reports that last year’s most-played jukebox record was “Big Bad John” by Jimmy Dean. The second most-played was Chubby Checker’s “The Twist”. 119966 33 When CBS censors tell him he cannot perform his “Talking John Birch Society Blues”, Bob Dylan walks out of dress rehearsals for The Ed Sullivan Show. When told the tune may be libelous, Dylan refuses to appear on the program. Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, The Weavers and Peter, Paul And Mary were the featured acts at the very first Monterey Folk Festival in Monterey, California.
Bo Diddley’s tune “Bo Diddley” debuts on the US R&B chart, where it will stay for 18 weeks, climbing to #1. The song will become his most successful record and introduces what will be known as the Bo Diddley 119966 44 beat. The Rolling Stones were refused lunch at The Grand Hotel in Bristol, 1199 5566 where they were staying, because Buddy Holly is fitted with contact they were not wearing jackets and lenses for his 20 / 800 eyes by ties. The Daily Mirror describes them Lubbock optometrist Dr. J. Davis as “the ugliest group in Britain.” Armistead. Although they cost him $125, Holly can’t get used to them and The Beach Boys started a four week will revert to his trademark glasses. run at the top of the Billboard album chart with a ‘live’ LP called “Beach 1199 5588 Boys Concert”, the group’s first US #1. Link Wray’s guitar instrumental “Rumble” first appears on American 21-year-old Mary Wells led the music charts. Even though it has no Billboard Pop chart with the Smokey lyrics what so ever, the song was Robinson written “My Guy”. The banned by many US radio stations record was Wells’ 9th Top 40 entry who feared the title would promote and would prove to be her highest teen violence. Despite the boycott, charting US single. It made #5 in the the song would still rise to #16 and UK. sell over a million copies. Link would 119966 55 follow it with a tune called “Jack The Ripper”. The Rolling Stones record “Satisfaction” during a two day The Everly Brothers enjoy their sec- recording session at Chess Studios in ond Billboard chart topper, “All I Chicago. The song will top the Hot Have To Do Is Dream”, which will 100 for four straight weeks in July also rise to number one in the UK in and lead the UK chart for two weeks July. in September. Mick Jagger would later say “It was the song that really made The Rolling Stones, changed us 11 996600 Billboard magazine reports that from just another band into a huge, Berry Gordy Jr, a songwriter and monster band.” publisher in Detroit, is working on ENIGMA
being charged with assault. The group was performing at the Fillmore East when a fire broke out at a supermarket next door. A plainclothes policeman leapt onto the 1199 6666 stage to warn the crowd and The Rolling Stones release “Paint It Townshend, thinking the cop was a Black”, one of the first Rock records member of the audience, booted him to use a sitar. The single will hit num- off. ber one in both the UK and the US. A group calling themselves The The Kingsmen’s “Louie Louie” enters Chicago Transit Authority releases the Billboard Hot 100 for the ninth their self-titled debut double album. time. It only stayed on the charts for The band was later sued by the real two weeks, going to #97. When it was Chicago Transit Authority and was first released in 1963, it made it to #2. forced to shorten their name to Chicago. The Beach Boys’ “Pet Sounds” album 1199 7700 was released, featuring “Wouldn’t It Be Nice”, “Sloop John B.”, “God Only Badfinger records “No Matter What”, Knows”, and “Caroline No”. Paul which will reach #8 in the US and #5 McCartney picked it as one of his in the UK near the end of the year. favorite albums of all time. Jefferson Airplane singer Marty Balin is arrested for possession of marijua11 9966 77 The Monkees’ third LP, na and for contributing to the delin“Headquarters” was released. It was quency of minors in Bloomington, their first album recorded primarily Minnesota. Balin’s hotel room was by the four members of the group raided by police at 5:30am. They and would reach #1 in the US for one found Balin and friends with several week before being relegated to sec- girls aged between 12 to 17 years old. ond place for eleven consecutive He is sentenced to one year’s hard weeks by “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely labor and a $100 fine. He appeals and ends up paying only the fine. Hearts Club Band”. 1199 6688 Brian Jones makes his final live appearance with The Rolling Stones when they appear at the New Musical Express Poll Winners Concert at the Empire Pool, Wembley. John Lennon and Paul McCartney appear on NBC-TV’s Tonight Show with guest-host Joe Garagiola sitting in for Johnny Carson. The conversation included some light hearted banter about meditation, the forming of Apple Corps. and song writing. The Rascals record “People Got To Be Free”, a song written by the group because of the assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy. It will become their fourth and final million-selling single. 1199 6699 Jefferson Airplane bass player Jack Cassady is arrested for possession of marijuana at the Royal Orleans Hotel in New Orleans. At his trial he gets a two and a half year suspended sentence. John Lennon, declared “an inadmissible immigrant to the US”, seeks a visa to visit America. Lennon’s standing visa was revoked by the US Embassy in London ten days before because of his drug conviction in November 1968. Pete Townshend of The Who spent a night in jail in New York City after
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Lead guitarist Randy Bachman quits The Guess Who. He would later form Bachman-Turner Overdrive and enjoy six Billboard Top 40 hits with the band.
1199 7711 On his twenty-first birthday Stevie Wonder received his childhood earnings. Despite having made $30 million so far, he was given only $1 million.
it bombed, Frehley also quit the band. Criss had co-written Kiss’ biggest hit single, “Beth”, and the band had to wait until 1990 to return to the US Top 10 when “Forever” made it to number 8.
Pink Floyd play at the Crystal Palace Bowl in London. Performing in front 11 998811 of a large lake, a number of fish are Bob Marley, the uncontested King Of killed by the loud music. Reggae, died of a brain tumor at the age of 36. Seven months earlier he 11 997744 had collapsed on stage during a conThree Dog Night’s “The Show Must Go cert in the US. He was given a state On” reaches #4 on Billboard’s Hot 100 funeral and buried near his birthand #1 on the Cashbox best sellers place in St. Ann’s Parish, Jamaica. chart. The song turns out to be the band’s final Top Twenty hit and their The Who’s first album without Keith Moon, “Face Dances” goes Gold. It is last Gold single. considered a disappointment even to the band itself. The L.P. makes it to 11 997755 Elton John was awarded a Platinum #4 but offers just one hit single, “You record for his album “Captain Better You Bet” (#18). Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy”. It was the first L.P. to sell “Bette Davis Eyes” by Kim Carnes one million copies on its first day of rocketed to the top spot on Billboard’s singles chart, where it release. would remain for six weeks. Carnes received a personal thank-you letter 1199 7766 33-year-old Keith Relf, former lead for the song from actress Bette Davis, singer for The Yardbirds, was elec- saying that it had impressed her trocuted while tuning a guitar which young grandson. was not properly grounded. The accident happened in his West London 119988 22 home where he was found by his After cracking the Billboard Top 40 eight year old son, still holding the in 1980 with “Angel Say No”, the four plugged-in electric guitar. His voice man Rock group from San Francisco can be heard on such British Invasion named Tommy Tutone reached #5 classics as “For Your Love”, “Heart with “867-5309 / Jenny”. Lead singer Full of Soul”, “I Ain’t Got You”, and Tommy Heath said that he really “Shapes of Things”. does know a girl named Jenny whose parent’s phone number was 86711 9977 77 5309. Many folks with that phone Having lost two other recording con- number had it changed to avoid tracts in the past year, The Sex prank calls. Pistols are signed to Richard 119988 44 Branson’s Virgin Records for 15,000 pounds ($28,000). Lionel Richie reaches the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for the fourth time “When I Need You” becomes Leo with “Hello”, a song that was left off Sayer’s second straight Billboard his first solo album and was nearly number one single, following last cut from his second LP. The record January’s “You Make Me Feel Like was also a #1 in the UK. Dancing”. It was also #1 in the UK. 11 998866 Ted Nugent appears on Dr. Ruth 1199 7788 After singing background vocals for Westheimer’s TV show and tells the Eric Clapton’s “I Shot The Sheriff” in audience “Life is one big female 1974, Yvonne Elliman had a US num- safari and Dr. Ruth is my guide.” ber one hit of her own with “If I Can’t Have You”. The song reached #4 in 11 999900 the UK. Sammy Davis Jr. died of throat cancer at the age of 64. Davis was a member of The Rat Pack, along with 1199 7799 For $12.50 you could buy a ticket to Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Peter see Rod Stewart’s Blondes Have More Lawford and Joey Bishop and had Fun show at the Cobo Arena in several US Top 40 hits including “Something’s Gotta Give”, “Love Me Detroit. or Leave Me”, “That Old Black Magic”, 11 998800 “The Candy Man” and his signature Peter Criss dropped out of Kiss and tune, “I’ve Gotta Be Me”. was replaced by drummer Eric Carr. 119999 55 Carr was first heard on the concept album, “The Elder” in 1981. Both Ace After all these years, Chuck Berry, Frehley and Criss had been opposed Fats Domino and Little Richard to the idea of “The Elder” and when appear together for the first time at ENIGMA
a concert in Sheffield, England. 1199 9988 Frank Sinatra died at the age of 82 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills. He had his first hit in 1940 and went on to have over 30 US and 40 UK Top 40 singles. George Michael plead no contest to charges of lewd behavior in Beverly Hills Municipal Court. He was fined $810, sentenced to 80 hours of community service and ordered to undergo psychological counseling. 22 0000 00 The Artist Formerly Known As Prince reverts back to the name Prince. Because his publishing contract expired December 31, 1999, Prince says his birth name was emancipated from “long-term restrictive documents,” and he could stop using the unpronounceable symbol he used to identify himself when he was committed to what he called “undesirable relationships.”
22 0000 11 Music publishers Helios Music Corporation sues the band Garbage for plagiarism, saying the song “I Think I’m Paranoid” too closely resembles “Bend Me, Shape Me”, a 1968, number 5 hit for The American Breed.
Paul McCartney told Scotland’s Sunday Mail newspaper that he is convinced The Beatles would have reformed in recent years if all their members had survived, because they would have signed up for a reunion “just for a laugh”. He pointed out that the band was asked to reunite shortly after they split, but said “It wasn’t really a good idea then, but I think if this much time had elapsed, I could easily see it happening. Somebody would have said, ‘Oh go on. Just for a laugh.’” 22 00 1122 Donald “Duck” Dunn, bass guitarist for Booker T and the MGs, passed away while touring in Japan at the age of 70. He also played on Otis Redding’s “Respect” and Sam And Dave’s “Hold On, I’m Comin’”, The Queen Of Disco, died of cancer at the age of 63. During a career that peaked in the ‘70s, she won five Grammys and sold more than 130 million records worldwide.
2200 1133 The Massachusetts Appeals Court reinstated a defamation lawsuit filed by Boston founder Tom Scholz against the ex-wife of the band’s late lead singer, Brad Delp. Delp committed suicide in 2007 and Scholz claimed that remarks Micki Delp made to the Boston Herald could be 2200 0022 construed as blaming Scholz for his Dionne Warwick was arrested at death. Miami International Airport for possession of marijuana after authorities found 11 joints in a lipstick case in her carry-on bag. The charges were dropped after she completed a drug program and made a contribution to charity. 2200 0033 June Carter Cash died at the age of 73 after complications from heart surgery. Along with Merle Kilgore, June wrote the Johnny Cash hit “Ring of Fire” about their stormy courtship. That song became the biggest hit of his career, staying at number one in the US for seven weeks. Actress Reese Witherspoon portrayed June in the 2005 film Walk The Line. 22 00 0044 55-year-old John Whitehead of McPhadden and Whitehead, best remembered for their 1979 hit, “Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now”, was shot to death while working on his car in Philadelphia. No suspects were arrested. 22 0011 00 Ronnie James Dio, the powerful voice for Elf, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Dio and Heaven & Hell, lost his battle with stomach cancer at the age of 67.
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RRU UM MOO UURR HH AASS IITT … … …You’re invited to join TT aayyll oorr M Moom mssee nn and her crew on another journey to the underworld when The Pretty Reckless’ “Going To Hell Tour” rocks across the country this autumn. Touring in support of the long player Going To Hell, TThh ee PPrree ttttyy RReecckk llee ssss is enjoying massive airplay for its single “Heaven Knows,” which is getting some crossover love by landing on alternative stations as well as racking up spins on pop radio.
Miicchhaa eell JJaacckk ss oonn has …M been hit with a sexual assault complaint, the fifth filed against the late King of Pop. The claim was filed May 9 and is sealed, but two sources told the Daily Beast the mee ss SSaaffee cchhuu cckk, feaplaintiff is JJaa m tured in Jackson’s 1987 Pepsi commercial as a 10-year-old child sneaking into JJaacckkss oonn’’ss dressing room to catch a glimpse of his idol. … Austrian bearded drag queen CCoonncchh iittaa W Wuurr ss tt won the 59th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday with a James Bond-inspired entry that had unleashed a wave of protests in eastern Europe before the competition. The power ballad, “Rise Like W uurr sstt – the a Phoenix,” helped W alter ego of 25-year-old TT hhoom maass NNee uuw w iirr tthh – secure Austria’s second victory in the competition with 290 points. The country also won in 1966. “This is dedicated to everyone who believes in a future of
peace and freedom,” a tearful Wuu rrss tt said as she accepted the troW mm mee llii ee ddee phy from Denmark’s EE m FFoorrrr eesstt , who won the contest last year. “We are unity.” Pushing the boundaries of gender identity is nothing new at Europe’s annual song contest, an extravaganza known for its eclectic, sometimes unlistenable lineup of techno beats, love songs and pop tunes. The winner in 1998 was Israel’s DDaa nnaa IInntteerr nnaattiioonnaall , who had maleto-female gender reassignment surgery several years before competing. …The city of Denver is urging the Colorado Symphony to call off a series of pot-themed fundraising concerts, saying that even though marijuana is now legal in the state, the drug cannot be smoked at events. The newly announced series is strictly BYOC, or “bring your own cannabis,” and is being sponsored by some of the state’s burgeoning marijuana businesses. It’s set to begin May 23, with the first of three small fundraising performances at a Denver art gallery, which will feature a separate smoking area for attendees. It culminates with a fourth concert at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheater, where marijuana consumption is technically illegal, though often indulged in. Attendance is limited to ages 21 and over. But the Denver city attorney’s office issued letters Thursday warning the orchestra that the series could violate state laws
against public consumption of marijuana. The city says the private art gallery may be considered a public space under state law. to death.” …Family Guy’s Griffin clan will end up in Springfield in an episode titled The Simpsons Guy, scheduled to air on Fox in the autumn. Speaking at Monday’s Fox Keevvii nn RReeiill llyy confirmed upfronts, K that the episode will see the Simpson and Griffin families become friends, though Homer and Peter will fall out over which beer is better, Duff or Pawtucket. “Generations of fans will be talking about this one,” said RRee iill llyy in New York. According to Fox’s episode synopsis, the Griffins and the Simpsons “get along famously” and Homer “welcomes his new ‘albino’ friends with open arms”. Marge and Lois apparently ditch housework for a heart-to-heart, while Lisa becomes a mentor to Meg and Stewie gets obsessed with Bart and his pranks. Family Guy creator SSeetthh Maa ccFF aarrll aannee guested on an episode M of The Simpsons earlier this year (2013). Homer Simpson made a previous cameo on Family Guy in 2012, while Peter Griffin briefly popped up on The Simpsons back in 2002. …M Mii llee yy CC yyrr uuss has said that she’s been writing songs for the follow-up to her Bangerz album mii nngg LLiippss. In an interwith TT hhee FFllaa m view with Rolling Stone the pop star has said that she also wants to record her next LP with the band. She commented: “On my last record, everything we did was with computers. But they’re real musicians – they can change keys on a whim. I’ve never seen anything like it. They’ve had me on this journey that’s greater than anything I’ve been on. It’s really deep.” W Waa yynnee CCooyynnee of TT hhee FFll aam miinngg LLiippss spoke about his friendship with the singer. He said: “Our shows are very childlike, like kids on acid, and hers are too. We’re so much alike in believing art is supposed to be fun. She’s just a freak. I love her
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miinnee m m, …The lyrics of EEm LLii ll BB and TT hhrreeee 66 M Maa ffiiaa have been found to have the most drug references in hip-hop. LLiill BB topped the survey when it came to mentions of cocaine and MDMA, whilst EE m mii nneem m was found to have the highest number of references to prescription Maaffiiaa the most drugs and TThh rree ee 66 M lyrical nods to marijuana. The survey was undertaken by Project Know, who used lyrics database RapGenius to filter the artists’ lyrics for mentions of drugs. Project Know are a US-based drugs advisory and education organization. Other artists who ranked high in the cocaine reference stakes Dee aatthh G Grr iippss and IIccee--TT , whilst were D LLii ll W W aayynnee and LLuu ppee FFii aassccoo similarly placed in the MDMA chart and AAffrr oom maann and TT hh ee RRoooottss had a high number of marijuana references. D aann …Community creator D HH aarr m moonn has expressed caution about a revival of the show, which was cancelled by broadcaster NBC last week. The decision to cancel the show after five seasons was confirmed on Friday and immediately led to speculation that a subscription based service such as Netflix could pick up the show. However, Deadline reports that there is little interest from other broadcasters and that Harmon is keen to move on. Writing on his H aarr m moonn also stated that he is blog, H not keen on the show returning with a fear that any campaign by fans could lead to the show being “exploited.” If you know any truths, half-truths or outright lies about the music and club scene send it to Sissy Vance c/o firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Sissy Vance
Alter Bridge Brings their Fortress
It’s hard to believe that Alter Bridge has been around for ten years. It’s even odder to think they were formed from the ashes of Creed. That’s right if you think about it, Alter Bridge is Creed with Myles Kennedy instead of Scott Stapp singing. The big difference is the music. The band was overshadowed by Stapp and to a degree weren’t taken serious until they became Alter Bridge. Kennedy is a great comliment to the band who adds style and substance to the band without making an ass of himself or the band. Those in the know knew these guys could play, and it was no more evident than recently when they performed at the
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Addicted to Pain Come to Life Cry of Achilles Brand New Start Ghost of Days Gone By Ties That Bind Waters Rising Isolation Broken Wings Farther Than the Sun White Knuckles Metalingus One Day Remains Blackbird Opening the show was Open Your Eyes Monster Truck from north of the border. With a sound EEnnccoorree:: that mixed hard rock with a Dueling Guitar Solos – Mark twinge of southern soul, the and Myles crowd took a liking to them Rise Today as they got the crowd ready - Chris Eason for Alter Bridge. Complete with new material to tour with the band came out with a vengeance to a sold out crowd. They brought the Fortress tour to town and took no prisoners. Kennedy and Tremonti were on top of their game. Great vocals and guitar work as usual. Kennedy’s vocals were on and Tremoni sounded equally as impressive as he sang lead on “Waters Rising”.
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1. Conor Oberst 2. The Black Keys 3. Pixies 4. Tori Amos 5. The Old 97’s 6. Sarah McLachlan 7. Eels 8. Nickel Creek 9. Damon Albarn 10. First Aid Kit 11. The String Cheese Incident 12. Passenger 13. Afghan Whigs 14. Chrissie Hynde 15. Young the Giant 16. Phox 17. Coldplay 18. Jack White 19. Natalie Merchant 20. Beck
ADVENTURE PICKS 1. Kenny Wayne Shepherd 2. The Bamboos 3. Jars of Clay
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The Kids Are Alright While the first Saturday in May means its time for the annual Running of the Chihuahuas, there was a great amount of noise coming from the stage at the First Tennessee Pavilion in Chattanooga. A group of up and coming artists put on a show for the young fans in attendance. All are on their way up and some may become the next Austin Mahone who has really broken big the in past year. In fact, a few years ago Mahone was one of the acts here at the Hits 96 Running of the Chihuahuas. This year featured everything from a hippop group featuring two female and two male singers/ rappers (My Crazy Girlfriend), a singer/songwriter with local roots (Bean) to an indie rock import three-piece from Sweden (Nonono), a trio of teen pop rockers from Ohio (New Hollow) and a band â€“ the big draw of the day a pop boy band that featured a member of Big Time Rush (Heffron Drive) who brought the teen girls to their knees. It will be interesting to see who performed will become tomorrow next big thing.
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Published on May 22, 2014