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.
Singer-songwriter BJ Barham may be better known as the front man for alt-country band American Aquarium, but he’s carved out his own niche with his solo debut, Rockingham.
The local singer-songwriter and bandleader launched her new album, today. She also shares a video for the title track.
Need some good news on your Monday? Here’s a double dose. Two local musical acts are premiering new music videos today.
Hailing from High Point, the duo stripped down from their blue collar rock ‘n’ roll sound and went in a new direction with two acoustic songs.
Marshall-based folk trio Honey Be Nice shares three songs in advance of a Wednesday, Aug. 24 show at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall.
The latest edition of Acoustic Asheville features Oh, Jeremiah, a folk duo from Mississippi.
Pierce Edens plays a farewell to The Dirty Work show at The Grey Eagle on Saturday, Aug. 6.
The Get Right Band will be releasing its third full length record, Who’s in Charge? on Friday, Aug. 5.
The Hendersonville-based duo of Chris Smith and Garry Segal just released a debut EP, Before the Day Breaks.
This is “my salute to the stars and stripes,” says local guitarist Eric Congdon, who shares this video in time for Independence Day.
Mixing things up a bit, the latest installment of Acoustic Asheville features a decidedly plugged-in psych-rock quartet from Athens, Ga.
The band invited in a number of friends including local musicians Aaron Woody Wood, Jon Stickley and Billy Cardine.
The band played four songs ahead of its album release celebration at The Mothlight on Friday, June 24.
Jamison plays two songs ahead of an upcoming show at Pisgah Brewing Co. on Thursday, June 23.
This spooky, vintage-horror film-themed music video, edited by local artist Gus Cutty, is part of an ongoing project by hip-hop artist Grand Killa Con.
The latest installment of Acoustic Asheville features the sunkissed folk sounds of Steven Sedalia.
Featuring a wide range of influences from folk to Zydeco and everything in between, the band brought its unique sound to The Grey Eagle.
The song is a tribute to Jerry Reed.
Greyhounds kicked off the 2016 Riverlink RiverMusic series in support of their new record, Change of Pace.