“‘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.
The Wray brothers’ sound resonates across a broad spectrum of music, from country and blues all the way to pop.
Local singer-songwriter/musician David Earl, who has fronted a number of bands over the years, is set to release his new album at Isis Music Hall on Saturday, March 18.
You can catch Lattimore, an Asheville native now based in LA, in a rare concert at The Asheville Mason Temple on Friday, March 17.
“In the heat of political frustration and anger, Window Cat expresses its rawest emotions in ‘Agent Orange,’” bassist Brennan Dugan says of the song.
Since its inception in 2010, The Grand Ole Uproar has toured all over the Southeast in support of a wide variety of well-known artists.
The local music will be onstage with her full band at The Grey Eagle on Saturday, March 4, for the Hunger Relief Benefit concert.
Based out of Greenville, S.C., and hoping to lay some roots down in the Asheville area, the band recently performed a short set at The Grey Eagle.
Local hip-hop/indie-soul collective Natural Born Leaders has been not-so-quietly making a name for itself on Asheville stages. The band shared two songs from an Isis Music Hall Show in December.
Beer writers Tony Kiss and Scott Douglas interview Western North Carolina beer personalities on our new podcast, Xpress on Tap.
“We’re really proud of this series,” says Marisa Blake, IamAVL’s marketing manager. “The main purpose of it is to provide a unique musical experience by blending the magic of a live performance with the comfort of a studio session.”