The band was in Black Mountain recently for a tour stop at Pisgah Brewing, with a new record in tow.
A heartfelt thanks is in order, to the 414 individuals who donated to 2019’s Give!Local partner nonprofits, generating a total impact of $178,804. Every dol- lar goes directly to local nonprofits making a difference in the WNC community. Mountain Xpress’ fifth annual campaign to raise funds and awareness for local organizations benefiting the community has […]
Vvitchgang Coven has a local show scheduled for Friday, Feb. 7, at The Odditorium. The all-hip-hop bill also features sets by Flatline Squad, Allii Wayy, Sinker, DirtyBoys, Lil Connie, and Young Fly Mafia.
The Americana/bluegrass group swings by The Orange Peel on Jan. 26.
The show is set to open on Friday, Jan. 24. A wide array of accompanying programs, from music and spoken word to workshops and film screenings, run through April 25.
Denise Kiernan discusses the craft of writing with fellow author Ada Calhoun on Jan. 26 at Little Jumbo.
“[There are] so many things that women couldn’t or can’t do on the up-and-up, so things have to be done below the surface,” the author explains. “I wanted to tell a story where women win.”
The acclaimed steel pannist plays Asheville Music Hall on Jan. 25 — his first local show since moving to New York City.
Tiger Strikes Asteroid Greenville’s group exhibition opens Jan. 24 at Revolve’s RAMP Gallery.
Local singer-songwriter Matt Townsend just returned from hiatus with a new band and new songs.
“When I see pets, they’re the purist form of unconditional love and joy,” says Angela Alexander. “When I look at them, I feel those things.”
More than 40 local and national acts are scheduled for this year’s Asheville Fringe. The four-day ticketed portion of the festival runs Thursday-Sunday, Jan. 23-26, with additional parties and free events taking place now through Sunday, Jan. 26.
On Tuesday, Jan. 21, Tyson takes the stage at Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville, where he’ll parse current events in real time.
Registration for the all-levels concert and fundraiser ends Jan. 20.
The energetic NYC-based Brasshouse trio play The Grey Eagle on Jan. 18.
The local rocker celebrates the big 2-7 with talented musical friends, Jan. 18 at Asheville Music Hall.
Robert Dale Walker (of Rough Play theater company) has done an extremely sound job of directing such a bleak play. He has the show stripped to the bare essentials, allowing it to challenge ideology and faith.
M.C. Taylor’s Durham-based ensemble takes to The Orange Peel stage on Jan. 17.
Barnosky’s new album, ‘Lonesome Road,’ was recorded over the past year and the Durham-based singer is hoping to gain a foothold in Asheville with its release.
Though he clearly has an array of instruments at his disposal, often as not on ‘self-titled lp,’ Andrew Larson adopts a less-is-more approach.
Of the exhibition #HUMAN, Singh notes, “This is probably the only time in my life I’ve created political or social [commentary] pieces. If you look back at my work, it’s nudes and romantic, lots of sensual energy, which is really important to my creative process. But I’m definitely finding spaces for broadening the conversation.”