Dark clouds form, roil and drift through Out from the Harbor, the new album by Nikki Talley. It’s a moody collection, though the barometric pressure is impressive rather than oppressive.
Singer-songwriter Nikki Talley left Asheville (sort of) to tour full-time with her husband and bandmate, Jason Sharp. The pair will roll their home-on-wheels back to Asheville for the release of a new album and a show at Isis Restaurant and Music Hall on Thursday, March 12.
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The Florida-based folk/Americana quintet will play Isis (in support of new album, “Nest of String”) on Friday, Aug. 2.
The local singer-songwriter-turned-full-time-touring-performer (with her husband Jason Sharp), returns for a series of shows in and around Asheville. The first one is on April 11 at The Odditorium.
She talks to Xpress about life on the road (she and husband Jason Sharp bought a tour van, thanks to a successful Kickstarter) and her upcoming performances at The Altamont Theatre and RiverFest.
The local singer/songwriter hits the road, semi-permanently. But she’ll be back at the end of the month for a handful of shows.
Whether you like bouncing to reggae, two-stepping to classic country or spacing out to prog rock, there’s a show this weekend to satisfy your aural interests. As always, we offer more than just music, and all for a nominal fee. While you’re here, share more budget-friendly events in the comments section below.
Local singer/songwriter Nikki Talley performs her original tune “Mountain Outta Me” in front of Malaprop’s in downtown Asheville. Talley performs tonight at the LAB with the Honeycutters.
From ethereal waltzes to anthemic stomps, Nikki Talley’s third album, Beautiful Charmer, aptly covers the spectrum of country sounds. Add polished production, some of the areas best backing musicians and stellar writing, and you’ve got eight well-rounded tracks.