On the Riverbend Festival's final night, longtime Chattanooga funksters Musical Moose returned to the stage after a long absence and performed songs from their album "Gone With The Moose." Click here to listen to the Moose playing "Shake and Bake," one of their best-known songs.
Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band performs on the Bud Light stage.
Their name gets people's attention pretty quickly: Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band. They played the Bud Light stage Thursday night during Riverbend. In this interview, the lead singer, Sweet Nasty, talks about the band's unusual name and their 10-year history together. Click here to listen.
Steel Wheels mostly play Americana. But Thursday night at Riverbend 2012, they added beat-boxing to this song. Hear an excerpt, and hear lead singer Trent Wagler discuss the band's inspiration for combining old and new genres. Click here to listen.
Here Come The Mummies, a band who claim to be 5000-year-old funk musicians from the ancient Expleticus Deleticus tribe, played Riverbend on Wednesday night at the Bud Light stage. They jammed on a cowbelt (part cowbell, part belt), introduced the crowd to Evil Kenevil's twisted twin, and wrapped up their set with songs like "Boom Boom Room."
Royal Southern Brotherhood's Tribute To The Wetlands on the Unum stage.
Devon Allman, Mike Zito, Charlie Wooten, Yonrico Scott, Johnny Sansone, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, Waylon Thibodeaux and Cyril Neville performed together Wednesday night at Riverbend 2012. The group is called the Royal Southern Brotherhood's Tribute To The Wetlands. Click here to listen to an excerpt of their performance.
Glass Street in East Chattanooga is the home of Glass House Collective, an organization with plans to bring art and commerce to the area.
Credit Courtesy of Glass House Collective
Glass House Collective, which opened up on East Chattanooga's Glass Street at the beginning of the year, just got news of a $300,000 ArtPlace grant. The collective plans to use the money to commission art projects in its neighborhood. Director of Glass House Katherine Currin and local artist Kevin Bate talk about the grant.