The Black Mountain-based multi-instrumentalist and composer looks back at his storied musical life.
Local creatives find various means to afford staying in Asheville — but is it worth the effort?
Longtime and recent transplants from New Orleans discuss Asheville’s appeal to creatives relocating to Western North Carolina from the The Big Easy.
The Candler-based singer-songwriter’s “New Lost Ages” will be released Feb. 9.
For two years, Stuart Smolkin, curator of the Asheville Radio Museum, has been restoring a 1946 Rock-ola 1422 jukebox. Now the machine is on display inside A-B Tech’s Elm building.
We return with the latest iteration of “Look Homeward,” a recurring feature exploring the life, work and impact of Asheville author Thomas Wolfe on our area’s local writers, educators, historians and creatives.
A doll show at The Odd. Plus, whirling dervishes at Warren Wilson; the return of Swannanoa Winterfest; and more.
The singer/songwriter’s new video was shot at Lake Eden Retreat under the direction of The Get Right Band’s Silas Durocher.
The annual event takes place Dec. 9 at Asheville Music Hall, The One Stop and Jack of the Wood.
Christmas Jam returns for its 32nd year. Plus, SART offers “pay-what-you-wish” tickets for its annual Christmas revue; 250 nativity sets on display; and more.
The DJ talks new projects and the city’s music scene.
“What I’m doing is preserving this important piece of Western North Carolina regional history,” says Whitney Ponder, who purchased a property previously owned by Bascom Lamar Lunsford. “This man did so much for traditional Appalachian music here and throughout the whole region.”
A local rock band’s musical circus at Asheville Music Hall. Plus, Asheville’s annual holiday parade; a new album from Blue Ridge Music Trails; and more.
The bluegrass stalwarts welcome a new member while the punks put out their first EP.
Filmed in January while the Asheville-based artist was visiting family and friends in Maui, the visuals find her atop Haleakalā National Park, a frequent destination during her three years in Hawaii.
The South Slope gets a new music venue. Plus, AIGA Asheville’s second annual design weekend; a paint pouring exhibit; and more.
Caroline and Whitney Miller shot their latest video in Northeast Georgia with Andromeda Films.
Asheville Sister Cities brings a Day of the Dead celebration to Weaverville. Plus, a moonlit paddle down the French Broad River; the return of Surreal Sirkus; and more.
Seasonal regional tales at the Vance Birthplace State Historic Site’s annual event. Plus, the 14th annual Queer Girls Literary Reading; a new collection of poems from Hendersonville writer; and more.
“I work with toddlers, new parents and schools, so people are often too busy to shower you with compliments,” says Šara Stranovsky, director and owner of Bilingual Birdies Asheville. “Focus on the quality and mission of your work and validation will come.”
DJ Molly Parti, DJ Lil Meow Meow and DJ Honey discuss finding success in a male-dominated industry.