The haunting world-fusion band returns to Asheville on Saturday, Aug. 24. They’ll perform an all-ages show at Isis.
Check out this slideshow of the full weekend’s worth of bands.
Despite the rain, the 11th annual Forecastle Festival included memorable sets by Shovels & Rope, Foxygen, Killer Mike and El-P, Robert Plant and others.
Add Vile to the list of big names who’ve played in store at the West Asheville record store.
The jam band moe. enthralled its fans at Pisgah Brewery this weekend. Expect more big acts this summer on the outdoor stage there.
Click through for the recap and slide show from last week’s performance. Photos by John Zara.
It’s nice to be in Asheville feeling the cool mountain breeze, said the My Morning Jacket frontman at his Orange Peel show.
The parade of tour buses in town this week continued May 2 as the Tedeschi Trucks Band took to the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium. Photos by John Zara.
The past year has been a busy one for Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst. The husband-and-wife duo released O' Be Joyful to great reception from an eager fanbase. Relentless touring has helped propel their single, "Birmingham." Appearing on The Late Show With David Letterman and opening for Dave Matthews Band, Jack White and Dawes […]
Derek Trucks talks to Xpress in advance of the Tedeschi Trucks Band show on May 2 at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium.
Two nights, two raucous shows. Here’s a look at the high-energy neo-bluegrass band’s run at the Orange Peel.
Before heading out on their recently announced Rocky Mountain High Tour, local favorites Toubab Krewe brought us another installment of Carnavalito. This mini-fest began in July of last year. The shows featured two nights of music from Toubab Krewe with support from Donna The Buffalo, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstafunk and others. The event included camping and was hosted by Pisgah Brewing Company. (Photos by John Zara)
The guitarist talks about playing with Larry Keel, bringing a drummer on tour and what to expect from the band’s two-night run at the Orange Peel.
Xpress caught the Folly Beach trio’s show, and shot this video of “The Rising Souls” just before the band opened for Toubab Krewe. TK photos coming tomorrow.
Founding member Drew Emmitt summed it up best when Xpress spoke with him from his Colorado home last week: “The band definitely has a new fervor and a new excitement. It feels in a lot of ways like the old Salmon, and yet with a renewed energy.” The jam band, slam-grass pioneers are indeed back.
Leftover Salmon founding member Drew Emmitt talks about everything from festivals, getting back on the road after a hiatus, their first new album in 8 years and Bonnie Raitt. Leftover Salmon plays the Orange Peel on Wednesday, Oct. 10.
The local electronic dance music duo performed last night as part of Moog Music’s ongoing concert series.
The acoustic supergroup played at the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium earlier this week. There was no opener. There was no Wall of Sound. It was evident for the jump that this was going to be an exemplary showing of acoustic singer/songwriters.