ZaPow! and Castell Photography both hosted openings on Friday night. Here’s what they looked like.
Nashville’s Americana rockers the Apache Relay proved that they’re the band to watch when they opened for G. Love earlier this week. Photos by David Simchock.
Asheville’s Hardlox Jewish Festival takes place on Sunday, Oct. 16.
Following tonight’s opening reception for juried show Manipulated, juror Ariel Shanberg will be available for questions during a meet-and-greet at 5 p.m. on Saturday.
The new gallery/studio/artist development space on Battery Park Ave. holds a party featuring music my The Mad Tea Party.
The brewmaster package at Pisgah Brewing includes dinner before the benefit concert.
The Akron, Ohio band makes a stop at The Emerald Lounge on Friday.
As a thank you for the “best live show of 2011” nod from Xpress readers, Moog Music offers a special price for weekend passes.
Roots-rockers Apache Relay open for G. Love, who returns to Asheville in support of his Echo Mountain-recorded, Avett Brothers-produced album Fixin’ To Die.
Six models posed at Pack Place last weekend
The “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” host recorded a promo message for WCQS, congratulating Asheville on its dubious distinction.
Scenes from Asheville’s Oktoberfest, held Saturday, Oct. 8 on Wall Street.
The local instrumental/experimental rock band holds its CD release party for self-titled EP on Sunday, Oct. 23.
Autumn florals on a warm fall day, paired with leather boots, moccasins, an embroidered vest and red plastic-framed sunglasses.
The Kiwi indie-rock band offers fans a chance to win a dream trip to see its post-Moogfest performance at the New Zealand Music Awards.
Fabrics, jewelry and accessories with Indian and Asian motifs, paired with jeans and leggings.
Legendary composer Terry Riley, his son Gyan Riley, local producer Marley Carroll and Swedish artist Axel Willner (The Field) are the acts recently added to Moogfest’s 2011 roster.
What do you get when you put local indie rock band The Critters, a hamper full of T-shirts from locally-based rockstar-outfitter Skippy Haha Vintage, and an Asheville landmark? This Asheville Streetstyle video captures it all. (Want to see more of The Critters? They play the Drone Valley Music Festival this Friday, Oct. 7, 6 p.m. at Altamont Brewing.)
Though the cover of Tyler Ramsey's third solo album features a single deer on a lonely outcropping (the image was taken by Band of Horses' photographer Christopher Wilson in a park in Montana), birds are the fauna that most inhabit this collection of songs. "I kept seeing crows in my backyard," says local singer/songwriter Ramsey, […]
Josh Ritter is no stranger to war — at least as subject matter. He wrote "Girl In The War" on the 2006 album The Animal Years; the song "The Temptation of Adam" is set in the Army on 2007's The Historical Conquests of Josh Ritter. And it was a song idea that couldn't fit onto […]
Images from last weekend’s chilly but fabulously fun Pride celebration in Pack Square Park.