Four- and six-part vocal harmonies and multicolored kazoos captivate audiences when Western North Carolina supergroup Sweet Claudette takes the stage. The country Motown quartet, composed of Amanda Platt (The Honeycutters), Melissa Hyman (The Moon and You), Amber Lyle Sims and Dulci Ellenberger (Now You See Them), supplements itsr intricate vocals with cello, banjo, melodica and […]
The local indie-pop trio announces that they’ll be taking a break for the foreseeable future. They’ll play one last show at The Bywater on Saturday, Sept. 29.
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.
Earth Day means a variety of family-friendly outdoor festivals this weekend, but, as always, we bring you an eclectic lineup of budget-friendly events that also includes music, theatre and science.
Xpress brings you this preview of the chronically-cheerful folk pop trio in advance of its performance tonight in Weaverville.
This weekend offers the chance to discover local music, indulge in local sweets, browse local artists and more. As always, we highlight a host of low-cost events to keep you entertained on a budget.
Local musician Shane Conerty (of Now You See Them) performs his song “Dogwood” near Pack Square.
Ready for a break from the food coma that is Thanksgiving weekend? We’ve got a slew of budget-friendly events that will keep your wallet stuffed and keep you entertained.
This weekend brings literature, music, street festivals and wild animals. So put that wallet away and let the good times roll because these events all come for less than the price of a fast food value meal. While you’re here, share more budget-friendly happenings in the comments section below.
Downtown will be filled with free activities this weekend, but with Bele Chere comes lots of people. If you’re not one for crowds, consider these budget-friendly events that offer some distance from the throngs of sun-kissed strangers.
A peppy video from the peppy Now You See Them’s recent Grey Eagle show. Taken by Jesse Hamm for Xpress. Happy holidays!
Halloween is over and and the crowds have subsided, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to end. As always, we’re here with a host of budget-friendly offerings, so shake off those November blues and get out on the town!
The third annual Music on the Mountaintop opened Friday under cloudy skies in Boone, with performances by local favorites like Now You See Them, Uncle Mountain, Josh Phillips Folk Festival, Holy Ghost Tent Revival and more.