The blues vocalist swings by White Horse Black Mountain on Nov. 17.
The Delta House fundraiser takes place Nov. 16 at A-B Tech’s Conference Center.
Dayton has been in the studio with a number of country music legends — Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Ray Price and many more — over his career.
‘True False’ deftly combines sardonic humor with its concern over weighty topics.
Free Planet Radio’s latest album still carries forth the sounds and textures that won the trio its dedicated following.
That show — billed as “An Interplanetary Evening” — is set for Saturday, Nov. 9, at Ambrose West.
The Asheville-based rock quartet plays an album release show on Nov. 8 at The Mothlight.
Pan Harmonia’s commissioned combination of music and poetry will be performed at Black Mountain’s St. James Episcopal Church on Nov. 8 and Asheville’s Biltmore United Methodist Church on Nov. 10.
With the release of her third record, Desert Dove, Michaela Anne has stepped out of her indie country roots and into a more expansive sound.
In his years with RBTS WIN he’s grown into the nuances of his voice and learned where to push, where to hold back. On his solo album, Worsham takes risks that feel not so much risky as realized.
The Asheville-based neo-soul hip-hop band’s lead singer and songwriter Mike Martinez discusses the group’s second EP.
The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Dom Flemons and J.D. Wilkes play The Grey Eagle on Nov. 6.
The legendary soul musician and his band, The Expressions, will perform at Salvage Station on Friday, Nov. 1.
The Venezuelan vocalist performs at Diana Wortham Theatre on Nov. 1.
The song titles on White Moon telegraph the demeanor of the album: “Song of Peace,” “Rhythm of Surrender,” “Child’s Prayer.” A spoken-word introduction to the subtly funky “Drink Deeply” quotes from the Persian poet and mystic Rumi.
With Halloween proper falling mid-week, the opportunities to celebrate span several days leading up to and following the quintessential autumnal observance.
The Norwegian black metal band plays The Mothlight on Oct. 26.
Both artists have played in Asheville multiple times in the past, and they’re excited about returning. “I love playing in Asheville because people are not afraid to get their hair messed up,” says Adam Weiner.
The longtime collaborators perform their new water-inspired show Oct. 24 at Western Carolina University.
Girls on Grass move effortlessly between surf, grunge and punk with a nod to the history inherent in those genres.
“I don’t know many other flowers that will push up through concrete,” Fox says. “To know the dandelion is to embody earth-strength.”