The band just released its debut EP, The Morning. It includes five original songs .
The Nashville-based Americana artist plays the Isis lounge on June 26.
Alexa Rose, Hannah Kaminer and The Old Chevrolette Set play classic country tunes at Isis on June 23.
Each group celebrates its new music with a live show at The Grey Eagle: Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters on Friday, June 21; and The Moon and You play Sunday, June 23.
‘Rules and How to Break Them’ opens Thursday, June 20, and will run for six performances at The Bebe Theater.
Pack Square Park hosts the celebration of Latin American culture on June 22.
Formerly known as the Tunnel Art Project, the over 250-foot mural occupies a real working tunnel connecting two main buildings of the Charles George VA Medical Center. Lead artist Jim Stilwell draws inspiration from the hospital’s residents and visitors.
All things are possible when a public figure can articulate the dissatisfaction of a group and rally them to a cause.
On Friday, June 21, A Pastoral Palette — The Barn Whispers its Memories, will be held at Lenoir Rhyne University.
The dance party fundraiser for local LGBTQ nonprofits takes place June 21 at Eleven on Grove.
Superb local musicians give touring artists some healthy competition, and the out-of-town acts both bring something new to the local music conversation.
The Smoking Flowers will release their first acoustic record, Snowball Out of Hell, on Friday, June 21.
Updated Flatiron proposal to return to City Council Developer Philip Woollcott and building owner Russell Thomas will make another appearance in front of Asheville City Council members on Tuesday, June 25, to gain approval for an updated version of the Flatiron Building project. The original plan would have converted the building into an 80-room boutique […]
“What makes Lesley’s music so interesting is that it perfectly straddles the lines between North Carolina Piedmont blues and country music,” Dom Flemons says.
Terpsicorps’ ‘Hunger’ returns to the stage Thursday-Saturday, June 20-22, at Diana Wortham Theater for the company’s 17th season. Its message is even more relevant today than when the ballet premiered in Asheville five years ago.
The Asheville-based guitarist/producer plays an album release show June 15 at The Block Off Biltmore.
The inaugural event and fundraiser for Sweet Bear Rescue Farm takes place June 15 at Sanctuary Brewing Co.
“It would be really nice,” Parlamento says, “if somebody fell asleep at the show. I feel like that would be more appropriate to me than somebody talking during the show.”
The afternoon show at The Grey Eagle also includes the debut screening of of VIA’s short film Firefly. Girls Rock supporters are also invited to the camp’s showcase on June 22 at Salvage Station.
The star-studded local Steely Dan tribute band plays Ambrose West on June 14.
The show slyly has a lot to say, but keeps it cleverly buried under the circus-like central concept.