Unlike some EPs, Space and Time doesn’t feel like a quick compilation of leftovers designed to buy time while the next full-length is developed. Each of its four cuts is the equal in quality and nuance to the best of what has come before.
The exhibition, which opens on Friday, Sept. 28, not only examines the work of one of the most widely-regarded modern artists of the 20th century, but celebrates the relocation of BMCM+AC its new 120 College St. home.
Co-organizers Lori Horvitz and Lockie Hunter reflect on the groundbreaking series’ history.
Over 40 ceramic artists from across the state and the East coast will be at Pack Square Park on Sept. 22.
A frequent visitor to Asheville since his days with Drive-By Truckers, the guitarist always looks forward to meeting up with old friends here. “Asheville is like the brunch capital of the South,” he says.
The dual celebrations of Korean culture will be held Sept. 22 at the TC Roberson High School gymnasium.
The former Asheville residents play White Horse on Sept. 21.
Madelyn Sergel’s play makes its North Carolina debut Sept. 21 at The Magnetic Theatre.
Kramer plays Asheville Barnaroo on Friday, Sept. 28; she shared two new songs with Acoustic Asheville.
Drawing upon historic interviews, Wiley creates the events that foreshadow and follow Emmett’s brutal death at the hands of J.W. Milam and his half-brother Roy Bryant after Bryant’s wife, Carolyn Bryant Donham, said Till accosted her in the family grocery store.
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The minimalist set design, rendered in primary colors of black, white and red, gives ample room for hooded ghosts to dart in and out of a white forest of leafless trees.
Beauty Bar hosts readings by Euphoria for children of all ages on Sept. 16.
The Rock*A*Teens, Spider Bags and Floating Action play The Grey Eagle on Sept. 15.
Pillar features a number of high-profile guest players including bassists Wooten, MonoNeon and Oteil Burbridge, Béla Fleck on banjo, saxophonist Jeff Coffin and percussionist Weedie Braimah.
The fine art and craft show returns to downtown Weaverville on Sept. 15.
There’s a nimbleness to the writing that propels the play. It is the sort of script seasoned performers crave and can elevate.
A live touring band will perform Prince’s greatest hits and deep cuts with the Asheville Symphony on Sept. 14 in the ExploreAsheville.com Arena.
A blues legend, an unpredictable force of nature, and two local acts — one long established, the other part of the current hard rock resurgence — are spotlighted in this roundup.
The band’s next local performance is Saturday, Sept. 29, at Asheville Barnaroo and is likely to feature some songs we haven’t heard before.
Stylish, sophisticated and subtle, Jazzville’s Blue Skies shows that in the right hands, musical standards can feel new.