The intention behind the song is to celebrate families: It’s a time to come together and set our differences aside during this special time of year.
The group performs an original Christmas song aimed at those going through any kind of loss, loneliness or heartbreak during the holiday season.
In the surreal and sometimes disturbing video, Lichtenberger “does battle with a dog that morphs into a human, himself on the basketball court and tax documents,” the musician explains.
Messick is launching his new record, Hammered Dulcimer Christmas: Volume II, with two shows — Fridays, Nov. 30 and Dec. 7, both at 8 p.m. — at White Horse Black Mountain.
The band is currently on tour to support its new record, Sun Machine, and recently made a stop at The Grey Eagle.
There will be an album release party for Walsh’s new album, ‘The Midnight Strain,’ at French Broad Brewery on Thursday, Nov. 15.
FTO performs at Timo’s House, 5 Biltmore Ave., on Friday, Nov. 16, at 9 p.m.
Included in the set of songs were two that can be found on the new EP and a cover of a Don Henley classic.
Victor and his collaborators will hold a single release party for at The Mothlight on Saturday, Nov. 10.
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With its latest release, The Waves, The Wake, the band put down the acoustic guitar and embraced a wide array of instruments including various woodwinds, the harp, the lute and a pipe organ.
Taylor has a Transplant Thanksgiving show coming up at Hopey Co. on Wednesday, Nov. 21.
He recently assembled an all-star cast for a special performance at The Grey Eagle,
The band is currently trying to raise money, through a GoFundMe campaign, for a debut EP.
The video drops just before the duo’s EP release show at The Mothlight on Friday, Oct. 5, with with Effigy, Sk the Novelist, Kingdom Kome and Musashi Xero.
The group’s show is the local festival is its last Asheville-area concert before heading to Europe on tour.
Episodes include topics such as racism, police misconduct, suicide, rape culture and toxic masculinity. “All the conversations are tough — it won’t be celebrity gossip,” Weighs says.
The group is one of the featured artists at Asheville Barnaroo on Friday, Sept. 28.
Kramer plays Asheville Barnaroo on Friday, Sept. 28; she shared two new songs with Acoustic Asheville.
The band’s next local performance is Saturday, Sept. 29, at Asheville Barnaroo and is likely to feature some songs we haven’t heard before.
For the month of September, Acoustic Asheville is spotlighting artists on the bill for Asheville Barnaroo.