Ugly Purple Sweater might grab one’s attention with its name, but the D.C. five piece has the chops to hold that attention. The band’s latest album, Conventions, is an exercise in lush and rhythmic pop that swims comfortably in the most accessible waters of indie rock.
Two singer/songwriters take the stage on Saturday, Oct. 21.
The Americana group fronted by brothers James and John Humphries has a MoDaddy’s residency and other area shows in the works.
Eating lunch between the no-man’s hours of 2:30 and 4:30 p.m.? Out on the town until 3 a.m.? Even in a foodtopia like Asheville, your options can be limited. Fortunately, there are some restaurants out there for you late-lunchers and night-owls who would rather not frequent the Waffle House — not that there’s anything wrong […]
The local band, lead by keyboardist Chuck Lichtenberger, announces a month of free Tuesday shows, and launches a new collection of instrumental jazz.
MoDaddy’s hosts the work of six underground artists — including Ishmael (who’s work is seen here) — on Saturday, Oct. 23.
Asheville’s Grammer School (recent winners of RiverFest’s Battle of the Bands, and selected for the next Lingua Musica at White Horse) share a bill with Waycross Georgia rockers The Woodgrains.
The infectious indie-rock band Balsa Gliders breezes into town for a show at Mo Daddy’s. Asheville native Chuck Price is the drummer for the band, and the Friday night show features a bevy of special guests with long Asheville histories.
You have to give Mo Daddy’s credit for going for something different: In a city full of restaurants and bars, they’re going for the feel of an old-school blues joint. Blues night: Regular Mo Daddy’s band The Js during a recent performance at the blues-inspired downtown bar. Photo by Jonathan Welch This is pretty obvious […]