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.
Submissions around themes of sustainability, environmental awareness and/or reverence for nature will be accepted throughout the month of February.
Local comedians talk craft and the potential for Asheville’s comedy scene.
Galena hasn’t been terribly prolific in terms of recording and releasing its music, seemingly favoring quality over quantity. A new three-song EP, Tropic of Prancer, is to date the only official recorded document of Galena’s sound.
Anya Hinkle, Aubrey Eisenman and Amanda Anne Platt will present ‘Women in Music: A Tribute to Iconic Female Artists’ on Saturday, Jan. 6, at Isis Music Hall.
The Asheville-based guitarists/vocalists blend their eclectic takes on folk music Jan. 6 at The Grey Eagle.
But even as the artist’s active imagination leaps from idea to idea, there is a through line to her work. Cubist forms, tactile qualities and bold hues inhabit each piece is varying configurations.
Mardi Gras season kicks off Jan. 6 with a party at Club 11 On Grove.
AmiciMusic spotlight neglected works for violin and piano by minority composers, Jan. 5-7 at three different local venues.
The Alaskan poet and musician brings his new theater piece “Donald Trump Is My Muse” to Firestorm Books on Jan. 5.
Local rappers SK the Novelist, PTP, Siyah and Free the Optimus play a benefit show for Isaac Dickson Elementary School lunch debt relief Jan. 5 at The Mothlight.
Asking a writer to pick a favorite story for the year is a bit like asking them to name a favorite child. The choices, however, are revealing. They shed light on what motivates our staff writers and keeps them coming back to their keyboards, day in and day out.
The Secret B-Sides frontman will play a birthday bash at One World Brewing on Thursday, Jan. 4.
“Anybody can write, but to choose it as a profession? That’s a hard economic choice,” poet Glenis Redmond muses. “I think people were making those choices, no matter what, but it was harder choice in the mountains.”
Here are some suggested philosophical states in which to dwell (with appropriately corresponding entertainment) when the clock strikes midnight.
On Sunday, Dec. 31, the venue will ring in 2018 with performances from soulful blues group The Broadcast and jazz-funk opener Window Cat.
The hip-hop pioneer plays The Grey Eagle on Dec. 29.
The Tryon-based fiddler’s annual Winter Solstice-oriented program of music, dance, poetry and stories takes place Dec. 29 at Asheville Community Theatre.
Swing Asheville’s Community Jazz Jam takes place Jan. 2 at THE BLOCK Off Biltmore and benefits the Hawthorn Community Herb Collective.
The play is also a blueprint for any aspiring Asheville leftists or progressives about how to work with the many contradictions in Asheville’s democratic party.
Benyaro may not be from Western North Carolina, but it has definite local ties, having recorded its latest album at Echo Mountain earlier this year.