The exhibit for The Art of John Lennon, coming to Asheville this weekend, avows to continue the Lennon legacy of peace and love through his prints. That’s a mighty task. How much could a traveling exhibit at Aloft Hotel help better the whole world? And could a single person viewing the art of a rock […]
The third celebration of unchained and independent Asheville, with its creative mélange of music, food and wares, happens on May 5. It promises to be a delightful day, with two stages of terrific music, a variety of local food vendors and an array of fun things to browse and buy.
Come celebrate the legendary electronic-music pioneer’s induction into the Inventor’s Hall of Fame with an ice cream social at the Moog Factory downtown.
The juried show deals with politics and society, and features a variety of media. It opens tonight at Flood in the River Arts District’s Phil Mechanic Building.
Xpress sent veteran photog Daniel Coston to shoot The Who last month in Washington, D.C. Here’s his dispatch.
So many memories, captured here by photographer John Zara. Also, check out the full list of the songs Warren Haynes and crew played on Saturday, Dec. 15.
The final, second volume of the Best of WNC is out now! We’ve got two issues full of your favorites, as voted by thousands of WNC residents. Local legends await! (photo by Max Cooper)
If you’ve not had a chance to catch the iconic indie rock band, this is it.
Wherein the indefatigable photog and music lover Rich Orris attempts to see 30 shows in one month. “Don’t feel old, feel old school,” Orris says.
We hope y’all have checked out our Bele Chere Love it and Leave it guide that published this week. If you did, though, don’t take our advice and float to the Bywater this weekend, cause it’ll be closed. Here are a few other weekend closings.
The corporate newspaper chain has recruited her for a new venture. July will be Lunsford’s last month with Xpress.
Asheville’s public darkroom project gets a boost on Saturday at the LAB. The lineup includes Hello Hugo and Kovacs and the Polar Bear, and there’s a lot more than that.
This could be you at the first putt-putt pub crawl, sponsored by Xpress and Sweet Tee Mini Golf.
I’ve seen this play the past three years, and each time it got funnier. Come out tonight or tomorrow for a very fine evening of entertainment, in a lovely outdoor venue and to support the treasure we have in Montford Park Players.
Moog Music Inc. on Broadway commissioned artists Dustin Spagnola and Gus Cutty (with help from Taz, Rob, Celeste, Philo and Ishmael) to put up a giant size mural of the man himself. Check out this sweet time-lapse video of the project.
Eat out at Early Girl or buy some Moog Music merch, and your money will help support the Bob Moog Foundation on the anniversary of the electronic music pioneer’s 78th birthday.
A better live band would be hard to find. Lucky you can find them again at Bele Chere this summer. Photos by Rich Orris.
Now You See Them played a terrific CD-release show a couple weeks back, with Uncle Mountain supporting. Jesse Hamm captured some of the spirit.
With temperatures set to be in the high ‘70s and the river running high, it’s all systems go for the Hot Springs-based music and rafting festival.
People, what are you waiting for? Are you going to see Aziz Ansari? If you are not, you may be making a terrible mistake. Ansari plays the ridiculously funny Tom Haverford on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.”
Start your Earth Day weekend right with Kid Koala, Panther God, Foul Mouth Jerk and Adam Strange, Agobi Project and others for a sweet show Friday night. It’s a benefit for the beautiful Panthertown Valley Nature Conservancy in the Nantahala National Forest.