Chattanooga, TN (June 15, 2016) – The Hunter Museum of American Art announces its annual six-week outdoor concert series, All American Summer. Beginning Thursday, July 7 at 6pm, All American Summer features a variety of local musical acts on the Hunter’s 24-hour terrace overlooking the Tennessee River. The series, in its ninth year, showcases the region’s vibrant cultural offerings in a relaxed setting with the best views in the city.
The Thursday concerts begin at 6pm and will last approximately 90 minutes. Concerts are included with regular museum admission (free for members; $15 non-member adult; free for children 17 and younger). The evenings will feature a cash bar serving beer, wine, bottled water, and soda.
Stay tuned to facebook.com/HunterMuseum for sneak peek videos of each band performing in the museum’s galleries. All American Summer concert series is sponsored by Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Tennessee American Water, and Brewer Media Group.
Thursday, July 7
Bohannons | Quartet blending Americana, grunge, rock, and hints of punk and metal. Hailed by well-known critics from around the globe for their latest endeavor, Black Cross. Black Shield. https://bohannons.bandcamp.com
Thursday, July 14
indora & Rock Floyd | A cross-genre collaboration between two artists, the former which has been described as 90’s flavored “rogue R&B” singer and the latter, an electronic producer/musician. https://soundcloud.com/kindora
Thursday, July 21
I Can Japan | Chattanooga post-pop, post-punk 3-piece with influences ranging from Stevie Wonder to Joy Division. https://icanjapan.bandcamp.com
Thursday, July 28
Soul Mechanic | Local progressive funk and jam ensemble—featuring a violist! http://www.soulmechanicmusic.com
Thursday, August 4
Magic Birds | Singer/songwriter duo playing stripped down Americana, blending elements of country, folk, bluegrass, rock “and genuine heart and soul.” http://www.wearemagicbirds.com/music
Thursday, August 11
The Communicators | Chattanooga 90’s-inspired super group intent on keeping things fun and danceable. https://www.facebook.com/thecommunicatorsband