Folk duo The Everydays (David Zoll and Tim Marsh) are, between them, members of local groups like Bayou Diesel, Chalwa and Asheville Horns. Together, they've opened shows for Malcolm Holcombe, Red June and others. That's why it's kind of fitting when The Everydays got ready to release their new, self-titled album, Red June guitarist and vocalist Will Straughan agreed to a rare solo set to open the show. As for the record, the 10-track collection is moody and textural, showcasing Zoll and Marsh's tasteful and complementary guitar and vocal stylings. The nuanced and emotive "So I Leave It To You," at turns dusky and crystalline, is a standout track on a finely crafted album. The release show takes place at White Horse Black Mountain on Thursday, March 6, at 7:30 p.m. $12. whitehorseblackmountain.com. Photo by Lee Dubno
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