During a recent stop in Asheville for a tour date and a little fun, Shindell gave an exclusive, three-song performance at The Grey Eagle
Lavender Blue recently released the record Dusk, which can be found on digital outlets everywhere.
Ahead of a recent sold out show at The Grey Eagle, the band gave a very special performance on its tour bus.
The duo is included on the Songsmith Gathering bill in Brevard on May 18. That lineup is headed by David Crosby.
Bygone Blues is the duo of singer Peggy Ratusz and pianist Aaron Price. On occasion, they are joined by Jonathan Pearlman on guitar and Grant Cuthbertson on upright bass.
With her debut full length record Roots Alive coming out on Friday, March 1, Leigh will be performing an early record release celebration at The Grey Eagle on Sunday, Feb. 17.
Jangling Sparrows won’t have another local show until Friday, March 15, at French Broad Brewery, but Paul Edelman recently gave a solo acoustic performance at The Grey Eagle.
Twin Star will be playing a farewell show at Ole Shakey’s on Friday, Feb. 1, at 8 p.m.
His next local show is Saturday, Jan. 26, at Straightaway Cafe in Black Mountain, and it’s not unusual to catch him playing an open mic night when he doesn’t have a gig.
With the recent release of its sophomore record, Woven Waters, Tellico continues to evolve a traditional country music sound with an innovative and original style.
The band has a performance coming up on Saturday, Jan. 19, at One World Brewing’s downtown location.
Tim McWilliams is part of local country trio Redleg Husky, but he’s also branching out and doing solo shows on occasion.
Acoustic Asheville has featured holiday themed sessions for the last month. This is the final installment.
Accompanied by Eric Congdon on guitar and Jamie Leigh Bennett of cello and flute, Griffin gave a recent performance featuring four songs from her EP “And the Lights Will Shine.”
The intention behind the song is to celebrate families: It’s a time to come together and set our differences aside during this special time of year.
The group performs an original Christmas song aimed at those going through any kind of loss, loneliness or heartbreak during the holiday season.
Messick is launching his new record, Hammered Dulcimer Christmas: Volume II, with two shows — Fridays, Nov. 30 and Dec. 7, both at 8 p.m. — at White Horse Black Mountain.
The band is currently on tour to support its new record, Sun Machine, and recently made a stop at The Grey Eagle.
There will be an album release party for Walsh’s new album, ‘The Midnight Strain,’ at French Broad Brewery on Thursday, Nov. 15.
Included in the set of songs were two that can be found on the new EP and a cover of a Don Henley classic.
With its latest release, The Waves, The Wake, the band put down the acoustic guitar and embraced a wide array of instruments including various woodwinds, the harp, the lute and a pipe organ.