The local “shred ‘n’ flow” ensemble plays Asheville Music Hall on July 27.
Spinning vinyl, top-quality Americana, uptempo jump blues and a tribute to the greatest pop group of all time: those are just some of your local music choices in the coming 30 days.
The group features the distinctive, powerhouse vocals of Christy Barrett and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Schilling.
Poet Radio has a show at Fleetwoods in West Asheville on Friday, July 20 — its last local appearance before a run of live dates up north and in the Midwest.
As podcasts and their on-air partners, broadcasts, gain national and international popularity, plenty of locally produced and focused shows are also winning fans and generating discussion.
The Oakland-based rockers visit The Grey Eagle on July 21.
Even though he has his hand in many different pursuits, live performance remains among LaMotte’s most treasured experiences. “It really is a cooperative effort,” he says. “The power of songs happens in the space between the artist and the listener.”
Plankeye Peggy and Battery Powered Hooker Boots musically battle July 20 at The Mothlight.
On July 19, the Asheville Creative Arts will debut its first original musical, Bugs! at The Magnetic Theater. The production runs through Sunday, July 29.
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.