The video was directed by Silas Durocher, the song is from Tomlinson’s latest album, Catch a Thrill.
Press release: Rhythm & Brews Concert Series in Downtown Hendersonville, NC wraps up the 2017 season with an unforgettable night of extraordinary music on Thursday, September 21. Headlining from 7-9 PM is the progressive-funk band Backup Planet, based out of Nashville, TN. Elements of jazz, funk, roots, blues, electronics and rock will emerge during the […]
Press release: Asheville based designer shows New York how things are made in North Carolina. “Where are you going in that Get Up” is the theme for the 2018 Charles Josef Bridal Collection because it’s all about going somewhere. The Charles Josef Brand focuses on luxury attire for people who are fun loving, confident and […]
Press release: Questions of immigration, citizenship, belonging, and identity are more pressing and complicated now than ever. Using a variety of mediums, seventeen established and emerging artists from across the United States and Canada will exhibit work that problematizes identity stereotypes and opens up new notions of the self at The Center for Craft, Creativity […]
Press release: Isis Music Hall and Kitchen 743 celebrate their 5th Anniversary with a star-studded line-up featuring many of the musicians that helped shape the famed music hall’s history. Throughout the month of October, Isis Music Hall celebrates, captivates, and commemorates five years in the West Asheville Community with special guests, door prizes and much, […]
Press release: Poet and essayist Richard Chess will read from his new book, Love Nailed to the Doorpost, when the Writers at Home series returns from summer hiatus at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 17, at Malaprop’s Bookstore/Café, 55 Haywood St., in downtown Asheville. This event, hosted by UNC Asheville’s Great Smokies Writing Program, is […]
The grand-prize winner of this year’s Indie 500 flash fiction contest is “Lucky Stars,” by Black Mountain-based author Amy Manikowski. The runners up are “Winsome,” by Eugene McLaughlin and “Small-town Superhero Trains a Sidekick,” by Zack Lindsey.
Press release: With a boost in state appropriations, the North Carolina Arts Council will launch two new programs this year and provide additional support for arts programs in all 100 N.C. counties with more than $6.5 million in grants. During 2017–18 an additional $650,000 will support the Grassroots Arts Program, a new touring program for […]
Press release: Two Western North Carolina art students will have their artwork on view in Art.Write.Now, a prestigious national exhibition that features the most creative visual and literary works by teens from across the country. These young artists received top honors in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition […]
Asheville’s Pigs on Parade — a collection of pig sculptures decorated by various artists — is part of Farm Sanctuary’s “Meet Your Neighbors” campaign. The project aims to educate people about the plight of the animals. “There are nearly 9 million pigs in North Carolina … and 10 million humans, ” reads the website. “One […]
These art works ask us to think about the hardships our neighbors face and the disparities that Asheville’s white residents can easily ignore.
Press release: The Historic Barns Photo Contest with the Madison County Fair is gearing up. So, get out your cameras and camera phones and drive the rural roads for the best shots of Madison County barns. Or, go through previous photos and find 2 of your favorites to submit. The Appalachian Barn Alliance is sponsoring […]
The annual event raises money for WNCAP’s operation and programming, including HIV/AIDS education, outreach and advocacy.
Press release: UpCountry Brewing, August 30 Careers in Music Free Event! Please join us at UpCountry Brewing for a job fair and panel discussions on careers in music outside of performance. The three panels will cover Live Production at 5pm, Marketing Booking & Publicity at 6pm and Event Coordination at 7pm. We will have members […]
Press release: The Folk Art Center is the final stop on a listening tour to help create a new craft trail across our mountains. The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area seeks ideas and suggestions to develop the Blue Ridge Craft Trails. People interested in Western North Carolina’s rich craft heritage are invited to attend the […]
Press release: This October 6 & 7, The Marcus King Band and their family & friends will descend on Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain, NC for the inaugural The Marcus King Band Family Reunion, a 2-day music festival featuring a lineup curated by King himself. The festival will feature performances by Blackberry Smoke, David Shaw […]
Press release: The 37th Annual Heritage Weekend will be held on September 16 and 17 at the Blue Ridge Parkway’s Folk Art Center. This free celebration of mountain heritage held by the Southern Highland Craft Guild is sponsored by WNCW and features traditional crafts accompanied by music and dancing. A highlight of the weekend is […]
Press release: On Friday, September 1st, Va Va Vooom, in collaboration with The Satellite Gallery, will be hosting an erotic art event. The event will highlight multiple local artists at Va Va Vooom and The Goddess Underground: burlesque performers Deb au Nare and Preya Mantis, pole performer Annie Vereen, artist Heather Shirin, leatherwork from Good […]
Press release: As Monday’s total solar eclipse passed through Western North Carolina, it offered a rare moment for friends and families to collectively enjoy an unique outdoors experience. In the days leading up to the big event, eclipse glasses were the hottest item in town. Now that the event has passed, Diamond Brand Outdoors and […]
Press release: Pan Harmonia begins its 18th season this September, and the air is abuzz with word of an exciting lineup. Known for a resounding tenure in Asheville and the Carolinas, the professional musical group continues to grow its reputation as a regional treasure with an exciting new four-concert series in collaboration with the Greenville […]
Verbeck — a local composer, ethereal vocalist and Girls Rock AVL band coach — has been steadily at work on her second album, a follow up to her dreamy, electro-pop-flavored self-titled debut.