Smart bets: FRITZgiving

For the past five years, local funk band The Fritz has devotedly toured the East Coast, developing its live repertoire and garnering a dedicated following. Thanks to a unique improvisational style, every Fritz show is a different experience, but listeners are always guaranteed a fusion of funk and rock with grooves reminiscent of ’90s-era Lenny Kravitz. The band’s upcoming return to Asheville will feature some fresh dance tracks. “As we’ve been on the road, we’ve also been hard at work writing new songs for a new album to be recorded in January,” says percussionist Mikey “Spice” Evans. “We’re excited to showcase some of that new music for the first time in Asheville.” Other local acts like DJ Marley Carroll and Hustle Souls join the bill for FRITZgiving at Asheville Music Hall on Friday, Nov. 25, at 9 p.m. $10/$12. Photo by Joshua Marc Levy


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