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.
After listening to the first few chords of a First Aid Kit song, it’s clear the Soderberg sisters were meant to make music. Klara and Johanna, 22- and 19-year-old Stockholm natives, have captivated audiences across the globe with their hauntingly beautiful folk-inspired melodies and atmospheric songs.
You know how there are those weeks in Asheville where everything seems to happen at once? And even if you cloned yourself, you still couldn’t possibly make it to all the awesome events? This is one of those weeks. Check out out Thursday-Saturday roundup. Sara Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion photo by Neal Casal.
The off-the-beaten path concert is one of four U.S. shows on the U.K.-based roots-rock band’s Gentlemen of the Road Stopover tour. It’s slated for Aug. 11; tickets go on sale on June 1. Photo by Kyle Dean Reinford.
That performance (with opener Alabama Shakes) is on May 19. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 23, at noon.
From reels to hard rock, from whistles to world-beat, this round up has a March 17 show for nearly every musical taste.
It’s a night of so many awesome shows there’s no way to see them all. Here are some of your options. Update to include even more options!
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.
A round-up of local Rapture after-parties and a list of Rapture-survival tips from poet Barbie Angell.
Now that you’ve had a moment to peruse Smart Bets and This Weekend on a Shoestring and Clubland and this week’s features, you’re probably ready to plan your weekend. But wait! There’s more! And if you order in the next three minutes we’ll throw in this set of Ginsu knives! (Not really.) But you can check out Heather Luttrell (pictured) plus an art opening, a play and more.
She of the multi-colored hair, iconic ‘80s songs, four-octave voice range and enviable flair in everything she touches: Yep, she’ll be at the Orange Peel in November.
A story in photos of Brother Joscephus and the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra’s Thursday night performance at the Emerald Lounge.