Locally based Galen Kipar Project (Lyndsay Pruett, Jeremy Young, Ben Portwood, Aaron Ballance and Kipar) is known for “experimental folk masterpieces" that effortlessly fuse classical, jazz and blues influences into something organic, intricate and spellbinding.” The band performed at Isis in February and wrote, on Facebook, "What a pleasure to play in such a nice-sounding room full of such sweet folks." They'll return to that venue on Saturday, March 30. Amanda Ann Platt of The Honeycutters opens with a solo set. 9 p.m., $10/$12. http://isisasheville.com. Image by Folktography.
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