Barnosky’s new album, ‘Lonesome Road,’ was recorded over the past year and the Durham-based singer is hoping to gain a foothold in Asheville with its release.
The trio of Sarah Hund, Ben Mackel and Daniel Emond provide harmonies with a splash of folk and bluegrass.
The duo once called Asheville home and were back in town earlier this year for a tour stop.
He’s released just three albums over the last 14 years but managed to catch the ear of Jack White.
His debut full-length record, Wrestling with the Mystery, features 12 songs telling personal tales of woe and regret.
He’s working on crafting his sound, fronting his new group, Jesse and the Jugs.
Dayton has been in the studio with a number of country music legends — Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Ray Price and many more — over his career.
With the release of her third record, Desert Dove, Michaela Anne has stepped out of her indie country roots and into a more expansive sound.
Girls on Grass move effortlessly between surf, grunge and punk with a nod to the history inherent in those genres.
Baker re-emerged recently with his fifth studio album, Morning Light.
The pair recently made their Asheville debut at The Grey Eagle and gave an exclusive, two-song performance before their concert.
Anderson has one full-length record out now and recently released her third EP. Titled Won’t Stay Down, it features five original songs with a full band in support.
To celebrate the release of his latest record, ‘Soul of the City Streets,’ Adi the Monk gave an exclusive, four-song performance at The Grey Eagle
The band is set to launch its debut album with a show at Ginger’s Revenge on Saturday, Sept. 14.
Even though the group’s debut record, ‘Turning Point,’ has only been out a week, The Core has already established itself as one of the area’s premiere jazz bands.
Their common ground is found in the lyrics, which cover a wide range of topics from LGBTQ issues to mental health.
‘New Freedom Blues’ was recorded at Echo Mountain Studios last year and has garnered acclaim for giving the traditional genre a more modern flair.
A noted songwriter, he’s able to tell personal and raw tales crafted with his acoustic guitar and harmonica.
You can catch McDonald at the Haywood Country Club in West Asheville on Sunday, Aug. 11, at 6 p.m., as part of the Sunday Night Roundup series.
The nine songs on ‘The Bull Moose Party’ showcase a full band that can deftly switch gears between folk, bluegrass and Americana.
The musicians have embraced life on the road and wrote about their experiences traversing the country, time and again.