The Asheville Symphony Orchestra performs the music of Brahms, Haydn and Schumann at the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium on Saturday, Jan. 14.
In addition to performances by The Moon and You and Rob Nance and the Lost Souls, an upcoming benefit for the ACLU will include three literary readings by A.C. Reynolds High School students. The Mothlight hosts the event on Friday, Jan. 13.
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe rolled through Asheville recently as part of the “Running with the Diesel” tour.
Check out this list of weekend highlights and visit the Mountain Xpress Community Calendar for a complete list of weekend events! EXHIBITIONS ‘we’re not who we thought we were’ at Ramp Studio Gallery 821 Riverside Drive Through SA (12/31) – we’re not who we thought we were, exhibition of the multimedia sculpture by Jameid Ferrin. […]
For those of us who want to kick this year to the curb and see in — albeit with some trepidation — 2017, here’s where to sip some bubbly, wear a wacky hat, dance like no one’s watching and party like it’s 1999 (there’s no shame if you secretly wish it was).
The band recently released two videos that showcase energy and funk, and a creative mashing of styles into something that feels fresh.
Mook, Siren Xo, Rad & James, Mic Savvy, Blaze III, Marley P and DJ Bionik from New York City will perform at the showcase at UpCountry Brewing on Friday, Dec. 30.
For several years now, Celtic fiddler Jamie Laval has crafted a special December program for audiences. He presents “Celtic Christmas,” a family-friendly performance that showcases not only Christmas traditions, but observances of older pagan rituals centered around winter solstice.
The Friday, Dec. 30, performance at the Burnsville Town Center is a homecoming show for Ross, who grew up in the Western North Carolina locale.
Futurebirds will perform at The Grey Eagle on Friday, Dec. 30
“We are proud to support NARAL and the worthy cause of protecting women’s reproductive rights in the United States,” says Melissa Hyman of Sweet Claudette, the band headlining an upcoming fundraiser for the nonprofit. The Mothlight hosts the show on Thursday, Jan. 5.
The Nth Power takes the stage at The Asheville Music Hall, along with Dynamo, on Thursday, Dec. 29.
The final roundup of 2016 includes Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, The Nth Power, The Cheeksters and Marching Church.
The self-proclaimed King of Mosey came up with the term to avoid being labeled a country artist.
From the standpoint of live music, this year has been another remarkable one for Western North Carolina. In addition to some superb homegrown/local talent, Asheville remains a popular destination for some of the very best touring musical acts.
Check out this list of weekend highlights and visit the Mountain Xpress Community Calendar for a complete list of weekend events! EXHIBITIONS ‘The Wish List Celebration’ at American Folk Art 64 Biltmore Ave., 281-2134, amerifolk.com FR (11/25) through FR (12/30) – The Wish List Celebration, group exhibition. ‘We’re not who we thought we were’ at RAMP […]
The performance will include other regional artists like The American Gonzos and Rookie of the Year. It takes place at Black Bear Coffee Co. in Hendersonville on Friday, Dec. 23.
Released on Dec. 1, the digital-only Code Red is curated by Asheville musician Dave Harris (formerly the owner of Smashing Guitars) and features six local artists among the 40 musicians represented. “But the support has been far and wide,” Harris says.
The band will perform a Home Alone-themed show at The Mothlight on Friday, Dec. 23.
White Horse Black Mountain hosts the holiday show on Friday, Dec. 23
Buxton Hall Barbecue caters the celebratory event on Thursday, Dec. 22.