Winter coats and black boots on Hiawassee Street.
Yes, this three-song EP by Alligator Indian has “Xmas” in the title, but don’t let that weird you out. The experimental collection is perfect for any season.
Singer/songwriter Josh Ritter, who returns to the Orange Peel on Tuesday, Feb. 15, talks to Xpress about doing what makes him happy, writing a novel, his thoughts on love songs and what it’s like to be on stage.
The Girl Who Chased the Moon comes out in paperback on Wednesday, Feb. 9; Malaprop’s holds a book signing event.
The little woman with the big voice took the Orange Peel stage last night and played a polished, passionate and extremely fun show. Photos by Rich Orris.
Shades of purple paired with leather and suede boots on Lexington Ave. and Walnut St.
A mother and daughter (click for a photo of the duo) shop on Lexington Ave. in colorful frames.
Author Elizabeth Gilbert says that 15 years ago, she believed love was something she would stumble onto "like an Antiques Roadshow treasure kind-of thing. 'Oh my God! Look what I've found! Something really valuable right here in this bar!'" And of course it would be love at first sight. These romantic notions and expectations lead […]
Severe winter weather canceled blood drives across the region, drastically reducing the local blood supply. Still, a patient in the U.S. needs a blood transfusion every two seconds. In honor of this season of love, why not give the gift of life at one of a number of area blood drives?
Green knits, black leggings, tall boots and a wool hat with a feather detail.
Suede jacket, red cardigan and blue suede chukka wedges on Lexington Ave.
Knit winter hat and furry collar, seen on Biltmore Ave.
The Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker front man puts out a solo album and plays a solo acoustic date at Harvest Records next week.
Local radio host and music supporter Ashley Davis is headed for Hawaii.
Black leather boots, flight jacket, triple wallet chain on Haywood Street.
Local artist Vadim Bora recently passed away. Friends and fans have created a makeshift shrine to the late sculpture and painter outside his Battery Park studio.
A White Stripes-approved palette, including winter white, on Lexington Ave.
"I had lived in L.A. for about a year and a half and was a little bit disillusioned by the lack of camaraderie or community with trying to do live shows," says singer/songwriter Lissie. (She was born Elisabeth Maurus but her stage name suits her: fun, a little bit girly, not too serious, completely disarming.) […]
Black and magenta on a January day, Lexington Ave.
Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter/rocker Lissie (who plays the Orange Peel on Feb. 2) dishes about her Asheville connections: Truth & Salvage Company’s Scott, Walker and Smitty; Bill Reynolds of Band of Horses and Echo Mountain Recording Studio.
Short, boots and leather jacket, seen on Biltmore Ave.