"If it's not going to be fun for me, I'm not interested in doing it," says Danni Iosello. She can usually be found performing in Sin Ropas, the Marshall-based/world-touring indie-rock duo (Iosello plays percussion, her husband Tim Hurley plays guitar and sings), but, after an especially potent dinner of garden-grown pesto, Iosello went to sleep […]
When Grammer School (sic) took the stage at The Orange Peel back in June — the last act of four finalists to compete for the title of WNC Magazine's Last Band Standing and winner of the opening slot at this year's Bele Chere — two things happened. One, they didn't win the competition. And two, […]
This morning the entire lineup (with a promise of further announcements to come) was released for the Halloween weekend three-day, three-venue extravaganza.
Asheville’s only psychobilly band put on a searing show Friday, Aug. 6.
Downtown galleries held openings for new exhibits during the bi-monthly art walk on Friday, Aug. 6.
Photos by Jamie Parlier
The band’s new album, One For The Salamanders goes a long way toward reproducing the excitement and energy of a live show.
Penelope J. Stokes’ 13th novel, The Book of Peach is warm and funny, but also delves into some very real and raw issues between mothers and daughters.
Relix shares an exclusive look at Asheville-based Toubab Krewe’s TK2, set to drop on September 7.
Paris-based indie-pop band General Bye Bye embarks on its first U.S. tour (they’ll play Club 828 on Friday, August 20).
Tips to find free, cheap and discount clothing around Asheville. Have more ideas? Please add them in the comment field.
Athens, Georgia-based of Montreal recently played The Orange Peel and their fans dressed for the occasion. Photos by Halima Flynt.
This weekend brings art (Friday is the Downtown Art Walk in Asheville), a great book sale and lots of music. Know of more events that are $5 or less to attend? Please add them in the comments field.
Even with their acoustic instruments (banjo, mandolin, guitars and a standup bass) and distinctly mountain sound, local bluegrass act Sanctum Sully feels right at home opening for jam/funk band Kung Fu Dynamite. Their grass is blue(ish): Asheville’s Sanctum Sully sounds “a little different than Tony Rice.” Photo By Briana Brough Photography "People are a lot […]