“We wanted a video that bubbles darkly and tells the story of someone who is striving for a different life. A better life,” says Cliff B. Worsham of Spaceman Jones and The Motherships.
Abrianna Brown’s forthcoming album, Dysthymia, slated for a September release, focuses on themes of depression and anxiety. “It’s forced me to think about these topics that I don’t want to think about,” she admits.
Jesssica Kaufman met fifth-generation master artisan Anwar Khatri on the Batik Techniques Facebook group. He’s based in a small village in India’s Gujarat state, off the beaten path of tourism, with no hotels. So, Kaufman stayed with Khatri’s family.
Along with exhibitions, concerts, readings, dance performances and a ceramics sale, Arts Fest also offers installations and presentations aimed at engaging students and the broader Asheville community.
This year’s events, which take place Monday-Thursday, April 2-5, include writers of fiction, nonfiction and poetry, and culminates in an event with Pulitzer, Emmy and Obie (among others) award-winning playwright Tony Kushner.
In advance of her May 5 EP release show at Isis Music Hall, Brie Capone shares her new video, a collaboration with Peter Brownlee.
“The way we do ensemble-created theater, the heart of what we do is being community-minded,” says Erinn Hartley of Anam Cara Theatre Company. “It’s hard to be in a city that claims to be all about that [but where] it no longer feels like that’s even tangible.”
The verses of the song, says musician Jared Hooker, describe the beauty and pitfalls of daydreaming
“There is nothing special about being white and male,” says Ryan Anderson. “In fact, it can be quite disgusting.”
In advance of its second EP, the duo shares a video filmed and edited by Erick Lottary aka Shotxlott.
The band is at work on the album ‘Love, Your Human,’ set to be release on Thursday, April 19.
Natural Born Leaders perform at The Orange Peel on Friday, Feb. 23, with Window Cat and Evil Note Lab.
That initial version of April B. & The Cool “started as a project for my senior seminar and just stuck,” says frontwoman April Bennett. The group has been going strong, albeit with a level of fluidity in its structure, since 2015.
Press release from Appalachian Barn Alliance: The weather is giving us a sneak preview of Spring and so, here’s a reminder to save the date to welcome Spring with a concert on Sunday, March 25 at 3pm. This year Ben Phan, a singer, songwriter, guitarist from Asheville, will be performing at the Episcopal Church of […]
The track is a collaboration with fellow Asheville-based MC P.T.P.
On their current tour, Gibson is donating $1 from each ticket to Black Lives Matter. “This is an art form that is celebrated and occupied by a lot of marginalized people, specifically folks of color,” Gibson says of spoken-word.
Celebrate the multifaceted emotion this year, with a multitude of local events.
Walker will lead a Masterworks concert — in essence, his audition with the local orchestra — on Saturday, Feb. 10. The program includes Malcolm Arnold’s 1957 composition “Four Scottish Dances” among other works.
Poets are asked to submit work around the themes of sustainability, environmental awareness and/or reverence for nature.
Artists on the River Arts District building’s second floor throw a party to encourage an early spring.
Press release from Asheville Symphony: Conductor Garry Walker wears his Scottish nationality with pride. “As a Scot, I am naturally aware and proud of the impact of the Scottish diaspora in America. Even Uncle Sam’s parents were Scottish, and Mickey Mouse was voiced for 40 years by a man from Dundee!” To celebrate his homeland […]