Acoustic Asheville: The Moon and You

The latest installment of Acoustic Asheville features local band The Moon and You. With a genre-bending sound ranging from folk to bluegrass to soul, the band played four songs ahead of its album release celebration at The Mothlight on Friday, June 24.

“Big Mystery”


“Throw Me Out In That Summer Wind”



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4 thoughts on “Acoustic Asheville: The Moon and You

  1. boatrocker

    Bluegrass? No.
    Soul? No.
    Married couple who gets social media exposure, sure, ok.

    • Melissa Hyman

      Sigh. Well, thanks for stopping by to dismiss our work. Keep on rockin’ that boat, I hope you someday get the social media attention you require

      • boatrocker

        Really? I require zero social media attention.. Did you happen to read the other comment I left 37 minutes ago? I’m one of those that stops in to give a listen when I hear a cello or an accordion. I just do not agree with the description of bluegrass or soul. For listening to all the songs, I wouldn’t call that dismissing.

  2. boatrocker

    I remember about 10 years ago there were a slew of bands in town had a cello in it. I kind of missed that as the cello and the accordion both make people walking by a club stop and go ‘huh?’.

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