There is only a handful of local artists that can draw a big crowd for their live performances in Chattanooga, and theatrical indie rock band Nick Lutsko + The Gimmix is one of those few.
Even though it has been four years since we have received a new album from Lutsko, he retains his prominence and allure by not playing live too often, and when he does, there is normally a big production surrounding the performance.
The band's debut performance at The Signal on Friday, Oct. 25 may be one of the group's biggest spectacles to date. Not only have they lined up a lot of special guests throughout the night, but the show will be in celebration of the release of their new album. Lutsko, also a producer, has been working on the album for a while now, tweaking things here and there with the other band members, and waiting for the perfect time to line up a big concert with the release of the album.
The show on Oct. 25 is very close to Halloween, so they have planned for the night to be a masquerade. Also, throughout the night, the band will feature appearances by other local groups The Pop-up Project, Subterranean Circus, The Chattahooligans, UTC Marching Brass, Narcoleptic Birds and more.
If you've seen Nick Lutsko + The Gimmix perform before, you know you are in for a treat. But if you have heard about the hype and are not really not sure what the fuss is about, bring yourself to this special performance at The Signal — and come prepared for an experience.
New music playlist:
"Crowded Table" by The Highwomen
"Away From the Mire" by Billy Strings
"Wild Horses" by Noah Gundersen
"Ghost of You" by Amber Fults
"holy terrain" by FKA twigs
"Like Me" by Tom Pasley
"All For Us" by Labrinth & Zendaya
"Don't You Forget" by Louis York
"I Think You're Wonderful" by Husky Loops
"Light Shine In" by Wilder Woods
"Same Kind of Crazy as Me" by Cody Jinks
"Rise Sun" by The Infamous Stringdusters
"Sideshow" by Nick Lutsko
"Knock Me Off My Feet" by SOAK
"To the Ground" by Death Cab For Cutie
"Threw My Love Away" by Okey Dokey
Stay tuned for these upcoming shows:
With her new EP "Fire Burning" officially released, you'll want to follow local singer-songwriter Amber Fults on social media to see where she will be performing next. You can normally catch her live a few times a week in the Chattanooga area.
Louis York & The Shindellas will perform at the Levitt AMP Chattanooga Music Series on the lawn of the Bessie Smith Cultural Center on Thursday 10/10. Louis York is the throwback R&B duo of famed songwriters Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony, and they are out on tour with the all-female trio The Shindellas.
Newgrass quintet The Infamous Stringdusters are out on tour with folk singer-songwriter Willie Watson, and the two acts will take over The Caverns in nearby Pelham, TN on Friday 10/18.
Nashville based indie rock band Okey Dokey is set to return to Chattanooga, this time teaming up with local indie rockers Lenox Hills for a show at Songbirds Guitar Museum on Thursday 10/31.