There was a time when The Rough & Tumble were regulars on the local scene. They’ve since hit the road and haven’t stopped moving since then. With a bevy of instruments that belies the skill of just two people, they bring new and exciting elements to the Americana genre. There aren’t many folk bands with […]
Staring Drez Ryan and Jeff Alexander, it tells the story of “two best friends on opposite sides of the Civil War.”
Lukas Nelson is fresh off the heels of releasing his fourth studio album with his band Promise of the Real.
The Franklin, Tenn.-based singer-songwriter is a classically trained musician, and that shines through in his music.
At Isis Music Hall for a recent tour stop, Hiatt took time out to give a stripped-down performance of two songs exclusively for Xpress and Acoustic Asheville.
The song appears on the duo’s album ‘Make It Sweat,’ which debuts Friday, Sept. 22.
The band will be performing new and old songs at Highland Brewing Co. on Saturday, Sept. 16.
The band has a trio of upcoming shows, including Friday, Sept. 15, at Jack of the Wood; Saturday, Sept. 23, at Innovation Brewing; and Saturday, Oct. 7, at Sanctuary Brewing.
The video was directed by Silas Durocher, the song is from Tomlinson’s latest album, Catch a Thrill.
Ian Fitzgerald is widely hailed all over New England as the best singer-songwriter in the region, and recently made a tour stop in Asheville to help promote his latest record, ‘You Won’t Even Know Me When I’m Gone.’
These art works ask us to think about the hardships our neighbors face and the disparities that Asheville’s white residents can easily ignore.
Ahead of recent show at Good Stuff in Marshall, Deviney and her bandmates gave an exclusive performance of “Mama Said.”
There’s a sort of rag-tag, vagabond sound to Jamil Apostol & the Goodwills. Maybe it’s from the time Apostol spent on the road, playing music and finding influences everywhere he went.
Catch him and his band, the Soul Symphony, at RiverFest on Saturday, Aug. 26.
It’s been a busy summer for Boone-based hip-hop collective Free the Optimus. The group recently released two tracks, back-to-back.
Based out of Nashville, Knapp has made the Asheville area a regular stomping ground over the last few years, and has performed numerous stages in the area.
Taich performs at The Mothlight on Thursday, Aug. 10, with Maddie Shuler and Livingdog.
The group may call Nashville home, but it has a tie to this area through guitarist Jason “Rowdy” Cope, who was born and raised in Asheville.
The group covers the entire mid-Atlantic region with 150-180 shows a year. All that time on the road has allowed the musicians the chance to craft their songs into completion.
Ahead of an upcoming show on the patio at Isis Music Hall, on Friday, July 28, Okrend shares three songs from his new record.
Jane Kramer will play a show at The Altamont Theatre on July 15.