Eight months since their last Asheville stop, three of Truth & Salvage Co.‘s members (and former Asheville residents) talk about what’s new for T&S Co., what’s next, why they’re celebrating their CD release in Asheville and how they got to film a video for GAP’s 1969 jeans.
More budget-friendly events coming your way including the first Downtown After Five of the 2010 season, and the return of the Montford Arts Festival. Both are free!
"I'm a mediocre songwriter, but I'm a good record maker," says Josh Rouse. The first part of that statement is arguable Rouse's 2003 album 1972 is a lush folky/groovy/disco-y meditation on that year; Subtitulo from 2006 examines his transition from the U.S. to his present home in Spain, in pretty melodies and infectious beats. Dream […]
Hard work can pay off. Los Angeles-by-way-of-Asheville country-tinged indie-rockers Truth & Salvage Co. are proof of just how far a decade-and-a-half of paying dues (plus tenacious belief in a dream) can get you. But a little luck, paired with being in the right place at the right time, doesn't hurt. "Retro and denim and cowboy" […]
Photos by Halima Flynt. Read about Fanaticon, Asheville’s first comic books convention here. See the full gallery here.
Local artist Eric Legge, on Lexington Ave. “I lost all my buttons so I just had to improvise.”
Asheville Streetstyle and Fret Knot Radio Hour team up for a unique photo and music contest.
The two solo performers take the stage at Flood Gallery Fine Art Center this Saturday.
The New York singer/songwriter stops through Asheville on May 18.
Despite rumors of closure, the downtown club is back in business following damage from a city bus crash. Mother Soul plays the grand reopening of the upstairs room.
Asheville events during National Bike Month commemorate those injured while cycling and raise awareness about cyclist rights and bicycle commuting.
Get your budget weekend entertainment here: A little art, a lot of music and a dance party thrown in for good measure. Oh yeah, and a comic books convention. And a bird house auction. Yeah, that’s right: All of that and money left over for an iced coffee.
Just because it's old-time doesn't mean it has to be old-fashioned: That's the takeaway from "Hit 'Em Up Style," the hip-hop cover by black string trio The Carolina Chocolate Drops. "It's a real American kind of thing," says multi-instrumentalist Rhiannon Giddens. "You take a hip-hop tune, you put it on a banjo and there you […]
Jason Smith, the singer/songwriter/composer known as Night's Bright Colors (NBC), released the fourth and final installment in his Hospital Quartet on Sunday, May 2. The album — like its predecessors — is available online only, by free download. The drop date was significant: It was Smith's birthday. He begins a new year as his current […]
The local punk band plays its first show at the Grove House complex this Wednesday.
Photo by Halima Flynt.