Lo Wolf has an upcoming singer-songwriter tour, April 14-20, sponsored by NC Songsmiths.
On Friday, April 19, ACA will debut The Warp & The Weft at Magnetic 375.
The five-song collection explores an intriguing and often unexpected palette of sonic textures.
In Part II of Xpress’ annual Kids Issues, we present even more superpowered art and writing from area students — plus extensive listings for area summer camps, along with a plethora of other kid-focused content.
Now in its 17th iteration, the three-day event also brings poets A Van Jordan and Ricardo Nazario y Colón, novelists Marilynne Robinson and Silas House, nonfiction authors Cristina Henriquez and Laurie Jean Cannady, creative nonfiction writer Jason Howard and others to Cullowhee, Thursday, March 21-Thursday, March 28.
The hometown hero’s first of two shows with the Asheville Symphony at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium was a terrific rock performance, but light on orchestral contributions.
With the benefit of hindsight, each of Drunken Prayer’s previous albums seems like a step on the road to making Cordelia Elsewhere; the record adds up to a showcase of Morgan Geer’s unique skillset.
David Einzig’s folk/soul ensemble concludes its monthlong Ben’s Tune Up residency on March 20 and 27.
When she celebrates the release of a new video for her song “Clapback” on Thursday, March 21, Virtuous will take the stage at The Social on Tunnel Road.
The four North Carolina indie rockers play The Mothlight on March 25.
It may not have the subtlety and wit of “Saturday Night Live” sketches, which it resembles, but Action Move: The Play, written by Chicago-based playwrights Joe Faust and Richard Ragsdale, is very much in the spirit of The Magnetic Theatre’s original satires.
The comedian headlines an all-Atlanta show on March 23 at LaZoom Room.
The fundraiser for Planned Parenthood South Atlantic takes place March 23 at Wedge Brewing Co.’s Foundation space.
Country, blues, bluegrass and … prog-hop? The variety of live music available in Asheville never ceases to impress.
During a recent stop in Asheville for a tour date and a little fun, Shindell gave an exclusive, three-song performance at The Grey Eagle
“Life chose me by a golden chance to have superpowers for just 24 hours, and I used them to revive our planet.”
Many local zouk dancers are drawn from other scenes, including contra, blues/fusion and salsa.
The Colorado-based writer will present her Ekphrastic Poetry Workshop at the Refinery Creator Space on Sunday, March 17.
For this year’s Kids Issues, we asked local K-12 students to submit art and writing around the question: “What would you do if you had superpowers for a day?”
The Philadelphia orchestral pop duo heads to One World Brewing’s downtown location on March 20.
The North Carolina native bring his new Cuban-inspired blues songs to Isis Music Hall on March 16.