Currently a resident of Nashville, Miller is hoping to lay down some roots in Asheville and become more of a regular on the local scene.
The Asheville-based alternative-pop artist lands at The Grey Eagle on Jan. 28.
A recent North Carolina Hall of Fame induction recognizes the Steep Canyon Rangers’ part in the rich and ongoing musical tradition. “It’s a ridiculously crazy honor to be in there,” banjo player Graham Sharp says, “but it’s also just a reminder of how great this state is for the music we love.”
The four-day multidisciplinary arts festival, which runs Thursday through Sunday, Jan. 25-28, is the place for artists to showcase new, innovative works. Subthemes for this year’s Fringe include experimental art, fringey fun, raw emotion, social justice and the wildly weird.
The creative, multi-sensory take on Pink Floyd and The Grateful Dead comes to Asheville Music Hall on Jan. 26.
Local pop-rock artist Ian Ridenhour starts off 2018 with a bang, introducing his third album “Ribcage” to Asheville fans on Friday, Jan. 26 at Isis Music Hall.
The Carolina Chocolate Drops co-founder plays Blue Ridge Community College’s Thomas Auditorium on Jan. 25.
The band spent some time at Echo Mountain in October with producer Eric “Mixerman” Sarafin and will be releasing ‘Color’ on Thursday, Feb. 2.
Recorded in Nashville, The Rough & Tumble’s first full-length album, We Made Ourselves a Home When We Didn’t Know features nearly all new material. Indie label Rock Candy Recordings has scheduled the album for a Feb. 9 release.
The Oscar-nominated, Grammy-winning singer performs at Diana Wortham Theatre on Jan. 24.
The Nashville rockers play Pisgah Brewing on Jan. 20.
Black hip-hop artists and local venue bookers discuss the stigmas surrounding the genre and their efforts to work together as professionals.
The two-day comedy/variety extravaganza to benefit Arms Around ASD takes place Jan. 19-20 at The Magnetic Theater.
Twice monthly, my blog 30 Days Out spotlights upcoming music shows and events of note, shining a light into some less well-lit corners, where some fascinating artists schedule performances. I do my best to give ample advance notice so that you can adjust your budget and calendar in a way that lets you get to […]
Christie Lenée got her first guitar at the age of 12 and has not looked back.
In his latest project, Asheville-based rapper Larry “Po’Folk” Williams blends hip-hop and gospel to talk about the belief in himself and a higher power that helped him through his hardest times.
The Asheville-based ensemble performs its first show of 2018 on Jan. 13 at Salvage Station.
The New York City “Brass House” returns to Asheville Music Hall on Jan. 13.
“The whole point of this event is to build community,” says Juan Holladay. “To really do that, you have to involve young musicians as well, because that’s as local as it gets.”
The North Carolina hard rockers play The Mothlight on Jan. 12.
Catch the band at Sierra Nevada on Saturday, Jan. 6, at 6 p.m. The Moon and You is also opening for Bombadil at The Mothlight on Friday, Feb. 9. at 9 p.m.