The 35th annual international festival runs July 19-29 in communities throughout Western North Carolina.
The Feminine Faces of God concert takes place July 22 at St. James Episcopal Church in Black Mountain.
The group is led by Gabby Feinstein and Nick Cameron.
On Tuesday, July 24, the pair release their new album, Sugar Daddies, at The Mothlight.
The award-winning violinist and local pianist Kimberly Cann perform July 18 at Biltmore United Methodist Church.
Lizzy Ross and Omar Ruiz-Lopez discuss the art of combining their diverse backgrounds and shared musical interests into a dynamic live show.
Asheville Baroque Concerts performs its Bastille Day program July 14 at Oakley United Methodist Church.
The Asheville-based Grateful Dead/Jerry Garcia Band tribute ensemble plays Ambrose West on July 12.
Shuler will perform as a soloist on Thursday, July 12.
Three nationally-touring acts (indie rock, soul and pop-punk) and a local country-rocking favorite are highlighted in this edition.
Meadows’ latest record, First Cigarette, features 11 tracks that feel almost like his autobiography.
It’s an impressive feat to craft an entire album’s worth of music while limiting the arrangements to little more than two chords for each piece. With the moody and mysterious Skeleton House, Crooked Ghost succeeds, and does so without edging toward monotony in the process.
Giving a platform to the collection of artists and ideas “was like lighting a match,” Colby Caldwell says. “I thought we’d have one show a month. It became where we could literally have a show every day.”
The Ohio experimental soul singer plays The Town Pump Tavern on July 10.
Eight years after settling in North Carolina, Cissokho has just released his third album, Routes. Touring in support of the record, he and Kaira Ba play Isis Music Hall on Sunday, July 8.
The fiddler and vocalist duo present an evening of Celtic music and mythic tales July 8 at Isis Music Hall.
The supergroup brings its collaborate Goodbye Road tour to Thomas Wolfe Auditorium on July 6.
The benefit concert for the Puerto Rico Teachers Federation takes place July 7 at Salvage Station.
Included in the performance are two songs that will be featured on the band’s upcoming record.
The richly lit video was directed by Andrew Anderson and features lots of local cameos.
Heynderickx and her band will perform at The Grey Eagle on Saturday, June 30 . The show is part of her first tour across the U.S. — she’s done two solo tours in Europe, but before this month had never traveled through the American Midwest or seen the East Coast.