Orchestral folk-pop outfit River Whyless may be local, but it's hard to catch the band on an Asheville stage. In fact, this week's West Asheville performance be be the band's only show on home turf for 2013. But it promises to be a good one: The band will perform new songs they've written for their upcoming album. There will also be a photography show (the group put out a call to artists for a collection called "River Whyless Photo book") featuring the works of Molly Milroy, Samantha Carter, Lauren Van Epps and Miranda Maynard. The event takes place at Isis on Saturday, June 29 with James Wallace & The Naked Light. 9 p.m., $8/$10. http://isisasheville.com.
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