Wow, it has been ten years since Full Throttle Mag was first asked to assist Mt Cheaha Harley-Davidson in promoting a bike show on Anniston, AL’s historic Noble St. Now, RUMBLE ON NOBLE 10 – A MOTORCYCLE & MUSIC STREETFEST, is prepared to roll in once again.

It all begins at Mt Cheaha H-D on Friday August 22 with a kick-off party. Bands, beer and bikes, fill the night as Mt Cheaha celebrates not only its new ownership, but also ten years of the biggest biker event to hit east AL.

The festivities continue at Mt Cheaha on Saturday with a Bike Show and Party as Noble St is prepared. It is like the circus has come to town as vendors are set, a stage is built, port-a-lets are placed and a fence is erected. All this happens in just a matter of five or six hours before the gates open at 2pm. It is organized chaos at its best.

As usual there is an incredible lineup set to rock on the two stages again this year. Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, and Lynyrd Skyrnyd drummer, Artimus Pyle, will take the stage with the Curtis Loew Project. The band is made up the members of the Reluctant Saints, who will be the opening act. They will all be joined by an additional guitarist, keyboard player, backup singers, and vocalist, Ben Smith in the lead vocal role of Ronnie Van Zant.
The Curtis Loew Project will be performing live the classic live album One More From The Road. The band has only performed this one other time in 2013. It was that night that it was decided this was the perfect act to celebrate TEN years of Rumble on Noble.

JB Walker & The Cheap Whiskey Band are back as the only band to do all ten Rumble events. For good reason, the incredibly tight band and its style of American Motor Music, has kept them a biker favorite for over two decades. They are the also the perfect band to lead into the Annual Military Tribute with the Vietnam era themed song, Brother.

Watch here and the site and Facebook as the rest of the lineup is released.