The local music will be onstage with her full band at The Grey Eagle on Saturday, March 4, for the Hunger Relief Benefit concert.
Based out of Greenville, S.C., and hoping to lay some roots down in the Asheville area, the band recently performed a short set at The Grey Eagle.
Jonathan Santos is an artist of many talents but he has a singular goal — to inspire.
Ahead of an April 26 album release show, and feeling motivated by the recent presidential election, Jamison and Jackson Dulaney give a performance of a brand new song, “Love Wins in the End.”
A prolific songwriter, Doughty was at The Grey Eagle recently to promote his ninth solo studio record, The Heart Watches While the Brain Burns.
Emmer will be performing a set at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall on Saturday, Feb. 4.
The band is preparing to release its sophomore record and recently gave a stripped-down performance at The Grey Eagle.
Blending roots, Americana and country sounds, the singer-songwriter has been playing gigs the world over and has developed a large following in the UK..
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe rolled through Asheville recently as part of the “Running with the Diesel” tour.
The self-proclaimed King of Mosey came up with the term to avoid being labeled a country artist.
Darrell Scott’s latest record, Couchville Sessions, has appeared on a number of best-of lists for 2016, and he wrapped up the year with a short tour that included two sold-out shows at The Altamont Theatre.
The band got together in downtown Swannanoa on a smoky day to give an exclusive three-song performance for Xpress.
The folk quartet is built on three lead vocalists and layered with acoustic guitar, drums and occasionally mandolin and banjo.
The Wales native is a folk singer by trade and occasionally sings in the Welsh language.
Long known for his work in the alternative jazz world, Benevento is currently melding that sound with psychedelic pop.
The Toledo, Ohio, native was a musician without a genre, so he came up with his own: country Midwestern.
Eric Krasno may be better known as the innovative guitar player for Soulive and Lettuce, but he’s found his voice with his new solo release, Blood from a Stone.
The name Phantom Clutch may not ring a bell on the local music scene yet, but you’ve probably seen one or more members of the band in other groups.
The band put its raw sound to work on its latest album, Life in the Dark, self-recorded in a rented garage on a farm in upstate New York.
The musician is set to release his second solo record, Thunder Train, on Friday, Oct. 25.
The sextet has a unique sound with three distinct lead singers and a three-piece rhythm section.