You can catch McDonald at the Haywood Country Club in West Asheville on Sunday, Aug. 11, at 6 p.m., as part of the Sunday Night Roundup series.
RiverLink’s annual festivities take place July 20 on the French Broad River and at New Belgium Brewing Co.
The creative team of Kevin Boggs and Max Murray reflect on their rock band’s terrifically cohesive “Domestic Bliss.”
The 36th annual celebration of dance, music and culture from around the world runs July 18-28 across Western North Carolina.
Ultimately, Franti chooses to lend his name and support to efforts backed by passion: “At the end of the day, it’s just [about] finding people who are passionate about the same things that I am, and who are doing things that have local and immediate impact.”
The Asheville-based shoegaze/electronic band’s fourth collection displays ample charms.
Teaser videos show this collaboration as a lush, experimental string band that sits somewhere in a Venn diagram between artists like Birds of Chicago, Kaia Kater, and Punch Brothers.
According to cultural historian Joe Horowitz, “You’re not going to be able to attend the event without asking yourself what it has to do with the present moment.”
The “Latingrass” four-piece plays UNCA’s Concerts on the Quad series on July 15.
The Asheville producer/musician has a music video release party for his new single on July 12 at Room Nine.
The nine songs on ‘The Bull Moose Party’ showcase a full band that can deftly switch gears between folk, bluegrass and Americana.
The Brooklyn-based multicultural ensemble plays The One Stop on July 6.
The Asheville and Portland-based duos reunite July 5 at The Mothlight.
Outdoor concerts, street dances, picnics with family (chosen or blood) and friends — all culminating in a fireworks spectacle — underscore the sweetness of a summer holiday.
The monthly showcase of local singer-songwriters continues July 5 at Local 604 Bottle Shop.
The musicians have embraced life on the road and wrote about their experiences traversing the country, time and again.
The record is a cohesive collection that bears the distinctive musical fingerprints of its creator.
The Asheville-based all-ages band plays The Grey Eagle on June 30.
Working with other artists became a steady through-line in Michelle Malone’s career. Her latest album, 2018’s Slings and Arrows, includes songs she co-wrote with Randall Bramlett and up-and-coming Atlanta artist Eliot Bronson.
The former Swannanoa Chamber Music Festival adopts a new name for its 50th year, which runs June 29-July 22.
Music booker Jeff Whitworth says that he often hears positive comments. “People will tell me, ‘Thank you for hosting metal shows at The Grey Eagle,’ or, ‘I’m glad somebody’s booking real hip hop shows.’”