there aren’t many teenagers with a brand-new feature-length record produced by the likes of John Paul White of The Civil Wars and Ben Tanner of Alabama Shakes.
Besides being found busking all around downtown, you can also catch Adi performing at Carmel’s Kitchen and Bar.
The video captures West Asheville’s still slightly seedy (if all-too-quickly being spiffed up) atmosphere and sets its traffic and bustle to the beat of James’ steady-pulsing travel song.
Recorded at Crossroads Studios in Arden, ‘Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters’ features 13 new songs about life and death and everything in between. It will be released on Friday, June 9 and will be celebrated with two special shows — Friday and Saturday, June 9 and 10 — at The Grey Eagle.
The first big event of the 2017 AVL Beer Week celebration offered brews for just about every taste.
Already a stalwart in the roots music scene, Justin Townes Earle is growing as an artist and a person with his latest record, Kids in the Street.
With a Kickstarter campaign in progress to hopefully support a second full-length record, Kaminer will perform at The Altamont Theatre Friday, May 19.
The musician will be at Oskar Blues Brewery in Brevard on Thursday, May 18, and at 5 Walnut on Saturday, May 27.
With a new record in tow, Samantha Fish unleashed a torrent of music at a recent tour stop at Salvage Station.
Wood recently spent some time at the Fleetwood Shack Studios of one-time local resident and Band of Horses bassist Bill Reynolds. Along with former Blue Rags bandmate Mike Rhodes on drums, the trio formed the core of the sound featured on Wood’s new record Sunshine.
“‘Closer’ is about getting back to something that makes you feel complete,” says bassist Peter Brownlee. “I think that journey can be peaceful and contemplative, and it can also be chaotic.”
Redly Husky performs at The Town Pump in Black Mountain on Sunday, April 23; and at The Grey Eagle (opening for Chris Jamison’s Ghost) on Wednesday, April 26.
Congdon shares his newest video in advance of his performance at Asheville Guitar Bar on Saturday, May 13.
Since winning The Brown Bag singer-songwriter competition in 2011, at the age of 16, Tucker has since released two solo records on her own.
The showcase of local musicians and videographers returns to the Diana Wortham Theatre on Wednesday, April 19. The awards show has grown from its modest beginnings at the now-defunct Cinebarre movie house into a red-carpet extravaganza downtown — a course of success that mirrors the ever-increasing relevance of music videos themselves in the online age.
Based in Athens, Ga., the band weaves its way through multiple genres while producing a sound greater than the sum of the three members.
“Bringing Me Down” is the precursor to an album expected out in late summer or fall.
The local singer-songwriter will perform at French Broad Brewing on Thursday, April 6, at 6 p.m.
The duo will launch a Kickstarter campaign on Friday, March 31, and play a show at The Mothlight the same evening.
In rapid-fire verses, Mook attacks fair-weather friendships and inauthenticity in all of its forms.
Shot in various locations around Asheville, it includes not only downtown landmarks but the stunning views of the parkway.