“A Pastoral Palette Resized: Rural Spaces for the Soul” opens Oct. 4, Urban Combat Wrestling turns one and other area arts news.
The Asheville jangle-pop quartet leverages its success as poll-winners and high-profile opening acts on its up-tempo, irrepressibly catchy debut album, “Dangerous Fiction.”
The Arden native and 3 Doors Down bassist shares his first music video as a solo country artist.
The collaboratively envisioned vinyl-pressing facility, performance space, record store, craft cocktail bar and eatery opens Thursday, Oct. 8.
Local live event and entertainment professionals lit up their businesses in red to bring awareness to a struggling industry.
The Magnetic Theatre stays innovative, local filmmakers release new works and other area arts news.
Deni and Will McIntyre’s streaming series explores how area performers and venue owners are coping with COVID-19 challenges, both personally and creatively.
Hannah Kepple plays Moon on the hit series, local cultural institutions receive a boost from the Asheville Area Arts Council and other arts news.
Although the EP “Are We Not Monsters” is the latest output from the prolific local artist Margaret Killjoy, it’s just one of many creative ventures the musician, writer and activist has been at work on.
Longtime friend and collaborator Matt Williams honors the late drummer, who connected and inspired numerous fellow musicians.
Jeff Corpening’s three-part anthology movie plays digital festivals in Burbank and Raleigh, Rabbit Rabbit opens, plus other local arts news.
The Atlanta-based blues rock stalwart performs a pair of classics at Isis Music Hall.
Synth duo Orgatroid crafts ethereal, deep-groove synthesizer music, while Adi the Monk makes instrumental guitar-based soulful jazz/blues/funk. Even with pandemic-related shutdowns, both Asheville-based acts have new releases.
The Fairview-based artist examines women’s roles in society; plus information on upcoming works, contests and the return of movie theater popcorn.
The Alexander-based multi-instrumentalist reflects on her eclectic solo debut.
The Asheville native is hard at work on her next major project, plus other recent news from the local arts scene.
The Nashville folk-Americana duo perform a trio of songs at The Grey Eagle.
The Asheville-based soul/rock quartet believe that the song’s “message of togetherness and love” is especially relevant in 2020.
The Asheville-based “Appalachian Horror Groove” band’s members discuss their debut full-length album and coping without the live shows that are so crucial to their artistry and livelihood.
Eleanor Underhill’s 2018 solo debut, “Navigate the Madness,” made plain her desire to expand her musical vision to encompass a wider view. But even that eclectic collection of songs might not prepare listeners for the great creative leap forward that is her newest record, “Land of the Living.”
The Rusted Root bandmates perform a pair of songs at The Grey Eagle.