From spooky tours to costume-friendly concerts to at-home options, there’s something for nearly everyone in search of holiday festivities.
The HGTR/Moves side project and their husband-wife tour mates discuss their latest projects.
The jump blues/swing band plays the Asheville Guitar Bar patio on Oct. 23 while Steven Fiore’s solo project hunkers down in Tryon.
Givens’ record offers two decidedly different takes on the same five songs, while Walsh’s latest LP arose from a sudden offer he couldn’t refuse.
Indoor library services return, the Asheville Art Museum launches a fund drive and more area arts news.
The Asheville-based artist realizes her long-held dreams of becoming an author with “The Occultists.”
The N.C. festival is increasing access with a weeklong virtual event, outdoor entertainment ramps up in October and more area arts news.
“Monsterland,” an eight-episode TV series based on the award-winning writer’s anthology “North American Lake Monsters,” will be released in full on Hulu on Friday, Oct. 2.
Eleven of the 13 local candidates on the Nov. 3 general election ballot completed the Asheville Area Arts Council’s latest survey.
The rockabilly icon plays a couple of songs from The Grey Eagle stage.
“A Pastoral Palette Resized: Rural Spaces for the Soul” opens Oct. 4, Urban Combat Wrestling turns one and other area arts news.
The Asheville jangle-pop quartet leverages its success as poll-winners and high-profile opening acts on its up-tempo, irrepressibly catchy debut album, “Dangerous Fiction.”
On Friday, Sept. 25 at 6 p.m., Malaprop’s will host a virtual book event with South Carolina author George Singleton. His latest collection, “You Want More,” blends humor and tragedy in a series of short stories about everyday people trying to start over and get by.
The Arden native and 3 Doors Down bassist shares his first music video as a solo country artist.
The collaboratively envisioned vinyl-pressing facility, performance space, record store, craft cocktail bar and eatery opens Thursday, Oct. 8.
Local live event and entertainment professionals lit up their businesses in red to bring awareness to a struggling industry.
The Magnetic Theatre stays innovative, local filmmakers release new works and other area arts news.
Deni and Will McIntyre’s streaming series explores how area performers and venue owners are coping with COVID-19 challenges, both personally and creatively.
The Asheville-based author turns his attention to the Donner Party in “The Snow Fell Three Graves Deep.”
Hannah Kepple plays Moon on the hit series, local cultural institutions receive a boost from the Asheville Area Arts Council and other arts news.
Although the EP “Are We Not Monsters” is the latest output from the prolific local artist Margaret Killjoy, it’s just one of many creative ventures the musician, writer and activist has been at work on.