The new 15,000-square-foot gallery will display work of regional and national fine and craft artists on the lower two floors.
Roy Wooten and Tracy Silverman bring their innovative duo to Isis on Nov. 17.
The duo will bring their eclectic brand of cello-punk to Fleetwood’s on Thursday, Nov. 15.
The Asheville-based multi-instrumentalist and his band play a record release show Nov. 17 at Jack of the Wood.
This year, the 17th for the event, features the work of local designer Denise Carbonell.
The evening-length work will be performed Nov. 17-19 at Congregation Beth Ha-Tephila.
Michael Lilly is fearless in this role. He isn’t afraid to wear the emotions on his sleeve, whether he is making snide comments on the insincerity of the minister’s words in his father’s funeral service, or on the verge of emotionally melting down.
Chaz Bear discusses his break from touring and how it changed the way he makes music.
The Asheville-based author reads from her new book on Nov. 16 at Malaprop’s.
An evening of hip-hop, straight-ahead rock with a songwriter’s skill, live music soundtrack to a horror film and locally-sourced soul jazz: Those are among the highlights of local concerts over the next 30 days.
There will be an album release party for Walsh’s new album, ‘The Midnight Strain,’ at French Broad Brewery on Thursday, Nov. 15.
FTO performs at Timo’s House, 5 Biltmore Ave., on Friday, Nov. 16, at 9 p.m.
The camaraderie extends beyond the chorus: “I do think there’s a real positive kind of connection with the audience during the performances,” says WACC singer Cathy Holt. “They’re laughing, they’re engaged, they’re up on their feet in some cases.”
The McIntosh County Shouters, who will perform at UNC Asheville on Thursday, Nov. 15, are the sole purveyors of this profound tradition.
Listeners whose musical appetites are strictly limited to a diet of Americana may find Navigate the Madness too eclectic and adventurous; those with even a slightly open mind will likely embrace the album and hope for more along the same lines from Underhill in the future.
The celebrations of diverse music take place Nov. 10 at Ambrose West and Nov. 12 at The Mothlight.
There will be many local artists, including Asheville-based illustrators Gregory Dickens, Wayne Bernstein, Elizabeth Albright and Jarrett Rutland.
Billy Jonas, David LaMotte and Dawud Wharnsby join forces Nov. 11 at Trinity United Methodist Church.
The first Descent drew a crowd — regulars and newcomers alike — packing The Black Cloud. “My regulars are into heavy metal, but there’s some overlap between the metal and electronic communities,” says bartender Laura Beach.
The collection of “storytelling superstars” perform Nov. 9 at Habitat Tavern and Commons.
There are quick change costume gags and a wry wit about the show that feels akin to something out of Monty Python.