Sunday, February 26, 2017

It's Tonight...A Show You Don't Want To Miss....With Muscle Shoals Music Veteran

MUSCLE SHOALS SOUND STUDIO MUSIC VETERAN RUSSELL GULLEY TONIGHT WITH SUPPORTING ARTIST- SILVER TONGUED DEVILZ, TOMCAT & THE TORPEDO BAND, JACK ENDELOUZ, AT MUSIC BOX @ZIGGY'S 607 CHEROKEE BLVD. CHATTANOOGA, TN 37405 


Let Russell Gulley take you back to your music roots....if your not familiar with Muscle Shoals, then watch this video...& then come out to Music Box @Ziggy's 7 pm ...


 

Friday, February 17, 2017

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

2016 NYE Jamimng To Tasty Tunes of Confederate Railroad




Friday, February 3, 2017

Back to Our Music Roots at the Music Box @Ziggy’s


Back to Our Music Roots at the Music Box @Ziggy’s





Come out Sunday, Feb. 26th, jam to the tasty tunes of Tyson Leamon, Jack Endelouz, Tom Hughes & The Torpedo Band, with guest appearance by various members of Silver Tongued Devilz and Muscle Shoals Music veteran Russell Gulley listen as he takes you back to our music roots in the Southeast. Jam to the unique sound that can not be found anywhere else or brought to us by none other than the man that helped create the core sound that launched music as we know today.
Russell is a former studio artist at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio from 1973-1982. He is also founding member of Jackson Highway Band that was produced by Jimmy Johnson and David Hood both were members of Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section.
Lynyrd Skynyrd refers to them as the swampers in their hit song Sweet Home Alabama, also first recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio.
Chattanooga is no stranger to the tunes of Jackson Highway Band. In the late 70s JH had radio airplay and was on the top 10 chart in Chattanooga.
Now after two decades Russell has re-vitalized his recording career with his CD “Back to The Swamp” to bring to Chattanooga.

Come out and let Russell take you back to your music roots at one of the oldest live music venue in Chattanooga.


Friday, December 30, 2016

Chattanooga’s Oldest Live Music Venue

    Chattanooga’s Oldest Live Music Venue


Ziggy’s has been supporting local and touring bands since 1989. With the DIY (Do It Yourself) style, gives hungry artist the freedom to be creative and be themselves.  Ziggy’s has branded itself as a venue where music lovers can experience the tasty tunes of talented independent artist in their raw, their music, their show, done their way. This was the cornerstone in which Ziggy’s was built As a result  it has made them oldest live music venue in Chattanooga. You can see the history on the walls from old show posters and band stickers of bands that have came and gone over the 28 years.Ziggy’s has established strong roots in the local music scene. Because of this unique style and values Ziggy’s has been the launching pad for local and touring bands and this will never change.With that said, Ziggy's is announcing its New year's resolution for 2017. Over the years our music scene has gradually changed and Ziggy’s is overdue for a change. Yes, Ziggy’s will still support the Chattanooga music scene, but with a face lift.. Ziggy's will have a new look....a new name & booking.....After the first of the year Ziggy's will be known as The Music Box @ Ziggy's....subscribe to The Music Box @ Ziggy's on Reverbnation as we keep you updated on the changes in 2017…