British indie-pop quartet One eskimO opened for Michael Franti & Spearhead’s sold-out show on Monday, May 24. **Updated with MP3.**
Asheville Brewing Company and the Asheville-based Bob Moog Foundation are launching a beer named for synthesizer pioneer, Bob Moog.
The trio of brothers who broke into pop music, during the 1990s, with “MMMBop” and other hits, return to The Orange Peel on Friday, July 30.
The Orange Peel Social Aid and Pleasure Club, Asheville’s premiere downtown music venue with a national reputation as a top music destination, is expanding.
Bruisin’ Ales, the Orange Peel, Mountain Xpress and the Asheville Brewers Alliance have joined forces for the Beer City Bash, a celebration of our fair town’s recent Beer City victory. The party will feature beers from eight local breweries and three primo local bands. Read on for all the deets!
How historic was last night’s Beastie Boys show at the Orange Peel? It was historic enough for Mike D to note its significance, and pepper the audience with lots of Asheville love and some hammy remarks: “I wanna know if Ashe-land is ready to dance!” Read on for the review and photo galleries.
The late, great Bob Moog left a legacy that continues to reverberate in the diverse sounds of thousands of musicians and bands worldwide. Now The Orange Peel is playing host to the MiniMoogseum, an interactive display that’s the predecessor to a more ambitious project honoring all things Moog. All things Moog: The newly installed MiniMoogseum […]
Interactive display pays tribute to the late electronic-music guru Bob Moog, sets the stage for a permanent Moogseum in Asheville
Eclectic punk-turned-hip hop trio the Beastie Boys will play at the Orange Peel in one week. One week! Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 4 p.m.
Asheville and Portland will share honors as Beer City USA, according to beer guru Charlie Papazian. In Asheville, Mountain Xpress and the Orange Peel will co-host an upcoming victory party.
Missed the Brian Jonestown Massacre show? What about the Strange Boys? A snippet of Screamin’ Jays? The guitarist puking at the end of the night? Here’s a rawk review to satisfy ‘em all.