Two German-centric looks on the street, and a reminder that the Asheville Downtown Association’s annual Oktoberfest celebration is mere weeks away. Read on for info about the Saturday, Oct. 8 festival.
Local musician Shane Perlowin is currently on solo tour in Europe. He sent a virtual post card to Xpress. Photos by Courtney Chappell.
Scenes from the Wednesday, Sept. 14 show, including video by Jesse Hamm of Arthur’s live painting, and photos by Rich Orris.
Our second Isabel of the week in a batik top, dark wash jeans and multi-buckle boots.
Neon Indian, Emancipator and Shahzad Ismaily are now on the schedule. Get acquainted with them here.
Isabel, at City County Plaza, in a mixed-print floral dress, Western boots and an upcycled bag from HoneyPot.
Pittsbugh’s experimental collective is back from hiatus, has a Halloween-themed album in the works and is playing the Grey Eagle this Friday.
The talented local vocalist shows off some swoon-worthy footwear on Biltmore Ave.
Read on for details to win a pair of tickets to the Wednesday, Sept. 14 show at the Grey Eagle.
Poncho in primary colors, green shorts, argyle sock and Western boots. And it all works.
On Thursday, Sept. 8, Generationals from New Orleans stopped through town on the way to Hopscotch Music Festival. They played a surprise show at BoBo Gallery.
A fedora always looks great. Here are three prime examples.
A simple color palette, one studded bracelet, one pair of strappy gladiator sandals…
Local bluegrass/rock outfit Big Daddy Love releases an inspired sophomore album rich with banjos, electric guitars, Appalachian imagery and (of course) lots of love. The band holds a CD release party at Pisgah Brewing tomorrow night.
Ruffled tuxedo shirt, velvet vest, lace-trimmed pinstripe knee pants and, of course, a set of pointy ears.
Joseph Arthur is a one-man-band, a live painter, an under-the-radar rock star (despite being discovered by Peter Gabriel in '96 and the first American signed to Gabriel’s Real World label; despite a Grammy nod in 2000 and a top "year-end critics' pick" in Rolling Stone in 2004). He’s also a social-media sage. Not only does […]
Local African-influenced collective Zansa announces a residency at Hole N Da Wall (44 S. Market St., above Simma Down Cafe) every Wednesday in September. The first show is tomorrow at 10 p.m., cover is $2.
Asheville-based model Tessa Hansman shows off her whimsical style on Lexington Ave.
Watch a slideshow of some of LAAFF’s most stylish attendees.
Malian guitarist Vieux Farka Touré‘s power trio put on a stunning show that included both African rhythms and some seriously psychedelic guitar riffs.