Local rock heroes, new on the Chattanooga scene.
Friday, June 15, 5:30pm - Covista Stage
Classic & Contemporary Rock hits & originals.
Friday, June 8, 11:00pm - Bud Light Stage
The Alan Parsons Live Project
They used to call it art/rock, this hyper-intelligent keyboard-based band was the soundtrack of the early 80?s.
Saturday, June 16, 7:45pm - Covista Stage
The Avett Brothers
The hottest band out of North Carolina in years, these festival favorites bring punk rock energy to Americana music.
Friday, June 8, 9:30pm - Unum Stage
Along with Isaac Hayes, these legendary Stax musicians put Memphis on the musical map - they've never gone away.
Wednesday, June 13, 7:45pm - Covista Stage
Beth Wood Trio
If you come away without a smile from this talented lady's upbeat and buoyant act, you're far too grumpy to be at this festival.
Friday, June 15, 8:00pm - Unum Stage
Big Daddy's New Band
The best of R&B and top hits of the 70's and 80's.
Friday, June 8, 11:00pm - Unum Stage
Country music singer BLAKE SHELTON is an Oklahoma native who recently signed a contract to appear as a judge on the 2007 Nashville Star television program. His number one hits include "Austin", "the Baby" and "Some Beach".
Friday, June 8, 9:30pm - Coca-Cola Stage
Buck and Duke
Nashville's hottest new country/rock duo.
Friday, June 8, 11pm - Covista Stage
This country trio has stunning harmonies and powerful voices.
Sunday, June 10th, 7:45pm - River Stage
Canada's favorite Celtic pop stars coming to make good a promise to play in Chattanooga that they couldn't fulfill last year. Just plain good music.
Thursday, June 14, 8:00pm - Bud Light Stage
Colonel Bruce & The Quark Alliance
This eccentric genius launched the legendary grease band in the 60's - the seminal aquarium rescue unit in the 80's and the code talkers in the 90's - now he's back with a hand-picked group of seasoned pros. Prepare to have your mind blown.
Saturday, June 16, 7:45pm - River Stage
Some of Chattanooga's best players are in this band, playing the best of all styles for party & dance.
Wednesday, June 13, 6:15pm - Covista Stage
Beginning in the eighties as Camper Van Beethoven, this entertaining and intelligent band moved beyond the term "college band ". Danceable and smart, Rockin' and infectious.
Friday, June 8, 7:45pm - Covista Stage
Tennessee native CRAIG MORGAN is known for his smash hit "That's what I Love About Sunday", which was considered by Billboard Magazine the biggest country music song of 2005. His other hits include "Almost Home" and "Redneck Yacht Club" and "Little Bit Of Life".
Friday, June 8, 9:30 - Coca-Cola Stage
Well-seasoned southern rock band playing favorites & originals.
Friday, June 8, 6:15pm - Covista Stage
A Chattanooga favorite for many years - a wonderful Country and Pop writer and performer. A Riverbend favorite.
Saturday, June 16, 6:15pm - River Stage
Explosive jazz guitarist hailing from Atlanta.
Saturday, June 16, 6:15pm - Covista Stage
The popular rock singer, songwriter/guitarist is the vocalist of Daughtry, a fast-rising rock band formed by him in 2006.
Saturday, June 9, 9:30pm - Coca-Cola Stage
Chattanooga's own deep-voiced country crooner is about to explode on the national market - watch him!
Friday, June 8, 9:15pm - River Stage
Deacon Blues & the Holy Smoke Band
This band is headed by Dr. Clark Eldridge White (Deacon Blues) This is a blues show you will not want to miss with band members featuring Parliament/Funkadelic and the S.O.S. Band.
Monday, June 11, 5:15pm - Bessie Smith Hall
High spirited, country music chameleon. Will she rock, will she twang?
Wednesday, June 13, 6:30pm - Bud Light Stage
Contemporary Christian rock/pop group. They are taking the Christian music scene by storm!
Tuesday, June 12, 7:15pm ? Covista Stage
People have been screaming for it, finally here comes Memphis' legendary high energy rockabilly giants.
Friday, June 8, 8:00pm - Bud Light Stage
Possibly the nation's premier turntablist - logic's music goes way beyond hip hop and bridges the gap between modern urban and the legendary age of jazz.
Friday, June 15, 6:15pm - Covista Stage
These North Florida boys blend cajun boogie with bluegrass and come up with a danceable sound all their own. Friday, June 8, 7:45pm - River Stage
Earth Wind & Fire
Their encompassing musical vision used funk as its foundation, but also incorporated jazz, smooth soul, gospel, pop, rock & roll, psychedelia, blues, folk, African music, and, later on, disco.
Friday, June 15, 9:30pm - Coca-Cola Stage
Sunday, June 10, 6:15pm - River Stage
Smokin' hot Latin looks and even hotter guitar chops. This young blues lion wow-ed em a coupla years ago on the Bud Stage. It's time for a larger crowd to discover him.
Thursday, June 14, 7:45pm - Covista Stage
Eric Steckel Band
This north FLA blues guitar phenom is blowing audiences away coast to coast. Imagine Stevie Ray reborn into a 15 year olds body.
Saturday, June 16, 9:30pm - Unum Stage
Soft-spoken, well stated songs of beauty, loss and love. This gentle band defies description.
Friday, June 15, 9:15pm - River Stage
Great American Taxi
Vince Herman conquered the jam grass world with Leftover Salmon. His new project doesn't give up any ground.
Thursday, June 14, 9:15pm - River Stage
Enjoying a blend of Contemporary Christian, Southern Gospel and Traditional music, the group says, "God tweaked our Trio until we arrived at the perfect blend."
Tuesday, June 12, 4:30pm - Covista Stage
Quickly rising neosoul superstar carries the classic Motown sound into 2007. Don't miss him now.
Saturday, June 16, 8:00pm - Unum Stage
True folk Americana out of Nashville.
Sunday, June 10th, 9:15pm - River Stage
Just sophmores at Soddy Daisy High School, they have developed a unique and original sound that will soon take off.
Wednesday, June 13, 6:30pm - Unum Stage
Jars of Clay
This Multi-Platinum and three time GRAMMY Award winning band launched its career with its hit, "Flood," in 1995. In the past 12 years, JARS has amassed more than five million in career sales, three GRAMMY Awards, and an American Music Award.
Tuesday, June 12 - Faith & Family Night
His melodic baritone and incredible craftsmanship lyrically makes this the closest thing to John Prine Chattanooga will see this year.
Saturday, June 9, 6:30pm - Unum Stage
Chattanooga's homegrown storytelling songbird.
Friday, June 8, 6:30pm - Unum Stage
Hailing from Chattanooga, a great mixture of loud melodic rock, a little taste of punk and a hint of jazz.
Saturday, June 9, 6:30pm - Bud Light Stage
Jim the "Orange Yodeler" Dautry
Chattanooga?s own award winning rock / folk hero. Jim Dautry is a regular at the Bluebird cafe in Nashville and at Riverbend. He will be releasing his new cd at Riverbend!
Friday, June 8, 6:15pm ? River Stage
John McEuen & Sons
Calling themselves E = mc3, this legendary founder of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band has passed on his musical genes and they tear it up together.
Thursday, June 14, 9:00pm - Unum Stage
A talented singer, songwriter, and worship leader considered by many to be one of the best-kept secrets in the Christian music community.
Tuesday, June 12, 6:00pm ? Covista Stage
Karl Denson Trio
Possibly the "coolest man on the planet" brings his funky soulful sax to traditional jazz structures with danceable groovin' results.
Saturday, June 9, 9:30pm - Unum Stage
Kung Pow Rock
Founded by former 37 Targets bandleader Riq Lazarus. Great Rock and Roll band out of Nashville.
Friday, June 8, 9:30pm - Bud Light Stage
Leavin' Miss Blue
Chattanooga's answer to the North Mississippi Allstars, this young blues band heavy on slide and washboard.
Monday, June 11, 5:15pm - Miller Plaza
The Lee Boys
It's been said that Robert Randolph honed listened to this spirited and spiritual band - sacred steel at its funky finest.
Friday, June 15, 9:30pm - Unum Stage
Lou Wamp & Swing Shift
All the instrumental prowess you've seen from Lou and the gang before, with a new classic western swing style.
Saturday, June 9, 6:15pm - RIver Stage
If you're gonna be a cover band , do it right; the premier Pink Floyd Tribute band , complete with lights and lasers.
Sunday, June 10, 8:00pm - Unum Stage
More roadwise than Lucinda Williams and with a band more real than Bonnie Raitt's dream lineup, a Nightfall favorite from two years ago returns to Chattanooga.
Thursday, June 14, 7:45pm - Unum Stage
McGee Pragnell Band
Great local rock band that's getting international acclaim in the rock and roll circles.
Saturday, June 9, 6:15pm - Covista Stage
Cross between Al Green and George Benson. Alabama's best kept secret.
Friday, June 15, 6:30pm - Unum Stage
moe. is the most muscular full-speed-ahead ROCK band making music today in the jam band genre.
Sunday, June 10, 6:15pm - Covista Stage (double set)
The Molly Maguires
Traditional Celtic tunes, Irish drinking & fighting music with good old fashioned Irish/American swagger.
Thursday, June 14, 6:30pm - Bud Light Stage
Call them neoclassical or new age, it doesn't matter - just check out this hypnotic husband & wife team on guitar and cello.
Friday, June 8, 8:00pm - Unum Stage
Moscow Theater Siege
Cinematic progressive instrumental rock.
Friday, June 15, 11:00pm - Unum Stage
Showing you can keep street cred without the vulgarity; this uplifting local hip hop team brings the noise.
Saturday, June 9, 8:00pm - Bud Light Stage
Celebrated from one corner of the globe to the other, this piano prodigy resides in Cleveland. This will be Riverbend?s first ever solo classical command performance.
Saturday, June 9, 8:00pm - Unum Stage
Papa Grows Funk
The favorite from last year's Bessie Smith Strut - comes back from New Orleans by popular demand in its own headline slot.
Saturday, June 9, 9:30pm - Bud Light Stage
Pat Babb Band
One of the founding members of the Joe Diggs Band, Pat occasionally does a solo show or two, and they are very, very entertaining.
Thursday, June 14, 6:15pm - River Stage
The Peggy Ratusz Band
Imagine a lounge singer singing torch songs with Robert Fripp on guitar, one of Asheville's favorites.
Friday, June 15, 7:45pm - River Stage
These guys put the rock in the term Irish/Rock. They'd be at home opening for U-2.
Thursday, June 14, 9:30pm - Bud Light Stage
This South Georgia music legend has played his southern style of rock and jazz with the likes of Chuck Leavell of the Rolling Stones and Davis Causey.
Friday, June 15, 8:00pm - Bud Light Stage
Randy Owen, lead vocalist of the superstar country group Alabama has over 23 record-setting American Music Awards, including 3 back-to-back Entertainer Of The Year awards
Saturday, June 16, 9:30pm - Coca-Cola Stage
Red Hot Poker Dots
Australia's rockabilly wildcats back for another round of high energy Riverbend fun.
Wednesday, June 13, 7:45pm - River Stage
Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder
Country's premier multi-instrumentalist with his red hot band and the CSO, surely a musical mix that you will never forget.
Sunday, June 10, 9:30pm - Coca-Cola Stage
Rico Conga Colon & Tropical Swing
One of the Southeast's most in-demand Salsa bands. This 10 member troupe comes with real musicians, live dancers - it's the real thing.
Wednesday, June 13, 8:00pm - Bud Light Stage
Roger Alan Wade & Friends
This local favorite has gotten better with age and the local music world knows that he is more serious now than ever about pleasing a crowd. See him again for the first time.
Thursday, June 14, 7:45pm - River Stage
Grammy award nominated world music artists bring 10,000 years of musical history to their show. Stay for a midnight drum circle afterwards.
Wednesday, June 13th, 9:30pm - Unum Stage
Chattanooga rock and roll band - they've opened for lots of bands at Rhythm 'n Brews.
Friday, June 8, 6:30pm - Bud Light Stage
Hailing from North Carolina - this blues magician will absolutely show you the true meaning of explosive blues at the Bessie Smith Strut.
Monday, June 11, 7:00pm - Bessie Smith Hall
Steve Miller Band
He's a joker, he's a midnight cowboy, and he flies like an eagle on to the Coke Stage for a night of classic rock straight from the day when classic rock ruled.
Thursday, June 14, 9:30pm - Coca-Cola Stage
The String Dusters
Poised to become the most talented and creative new band on the bluegrass scene. Six very unique, professional players who are steeped in the tradition of bluegrass vocal harmony as well as the progressive edge of instrumental music.
Saturday, June 9, 7:45pm - Covista Stage
Sweet Georgia Sound
The tri-state area's favorite big band dominates the Unum Stage for a night of undeniable swing dance tunes.
Wednesday, June 13, 8:00pm - Unum Stage
T. Broussard & The Zydeco Steppers
Zydeco music plus willing dancers equals an evening of nonstop Cajun fun. .. any questions?
Friday, June 15, 9:30pm - Bud Light Stage
The Tennessee Rounders
Arguably Chattanooga's best band for the last several years, The Rounders headline the Bud Stage with their no-prisoners-taken style country honk.
Sunday, June 10, 8:00pm - Bud Light Stage
Ten Years After
Yes, this is the band that played at Woodstock recently regrouping around a hot new guitarist. These blues rock veterans will make you think its 1969 all over again.
Friday, June 15, 7:45pm - Covista Stage
One of America's best loved comics has always incorporated music in his show. Tonight we let him and his guitar loose for a "real live concert". Music can be funny.
Wednesday, June 13, 9:15pm - River Stage
Tishamingo was where Robert Johnson was heading when he met the devil at the crossroads - these jam blues professionals must have been riding along with them.
Wednesday, June 13, 9:30pm - Bud Light Stage
Tom Kimmel, Pierce Pettis & Julie Lee
This year's singer/songwriter roundtable under the bridge will make you forget the Bluebird's even open.
Saturday, June 9, 7:45pm - River Stage
Up with the Joneses
Chattanooga's Primo Party Band will fill Riverbend's ears with the speed-funk of Up with the Joneses.
Thursday, June 14, 6:15pm & 11:00pm - Covista Stage
Smooth-voiced crooner and country guitar god, the legendary Vince Gill brings his unmistakable sound to the Coke Stage.
Wednesday, June 13, 9:30pm - Coca-Cola Stage
This guy knows blues to the bone - perfect mix for both Riverbend and The Strut - Don't miss this!
Sunday, June 10, 9:30pm - Bud Light Stage
Monday, June 11, 6:45pm - MLK
When Jimmy Buffett chooses your songs to record on his latest album, you know you've made it. Will has. You won't see him at a small venue like this again anytime soon.
Thursday, June 14, 6:30pm - Unum Stage
Coming from a family with a great musical background, Zack promises to be a wonderful folk and Americana artist.
Friday, June 15, 6:15pm - River Stage