The singer/songwriter’s new video was shot at Lake Eden Retreat under the direction of The Get Right Band’s Silas Durocher.
Filmed in January while the Asheville-based artist was visiting family and friends in Maui, the visuals find her atop Haleakalā National Park, a frequent destination during her three years in Hawaii.
Caroline and Whitney Miller shot their latest video in Northeast Georgia with Andromeda Films.
“We are marching for humanity and the planet, and to get out the message that through unity, trust, and justice, peace is possible,” says Laura Mayes, one of the organizers.
The Asheville-based rocker makes memorable use of clips from obscure movies depicting Roman and Greek mythology.
The Asheville-based singer-songwriter-guitarist’s latest video was filmed on Roan Mountain and on the banks of the South Toe River.
Asheville-based electro-rock ensemble’s debut video finds its feline mascot flexing her powers in Paris.
The Asheville-based singer-songwriter and guitarist’s new album, “Love is Enough,” will be released Friday, June 9.
The Asheville-based Appalachian desert rock band filmed the video for their debut single at Drop of Sun Studios.
The Asheville-based duo of Erin Campbell and Lee Dyer filmed the video at Riverlink’s labyrinth.
The Wild Array lead singer debuts her solo project with this straightforward yet memorable video.
The Asheville-based soul rockers go poolside and underwater in their latest video.
The video for the latest collaboration between Jaze Uries and Ted Marks was directed by Asheville-based Anchor Heart Films.
The Asheville-based singer/songwriter worked with fellow local musician Laura Boswell on her latest video.
The rockabilly icon plays a couple of songs from The Grey Eagle stage.
The Arden native and 3 Doors Down bassist shares his first music video as a solo country artist.
The Atlanta-based blues rock stalwart performs a pair of classics at Isis Music Hall.
The Nashville folk-Americana duo perform a trio of songs at The Grey Eagle.
The Asheville-based soul/rock quartet believe that the song’s “message of togetherness and love” is especially relevant in 2020.
The Rusted Root bandmates perform a pair of songs at The Grey Eagle.
The Asheville guitarist/vocalist performs a trio of songs from throughout his career.