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.”
Jonathan Santos is an artist of many talents but he has a singular goal — to inspire.
Ahead of an April 26 album release show, and feeling motivated by the recent presidential election, Jamison and Jackson Dulaney give a performance of a brand new song, “Love Wins in the End.”
Emmer will be performing a set at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall on Saturday, Feb. 4.
In time for the presidential inauguration, local indie-rock/reggae trio The Get Right Band releases its cover of David Bowie’s “I’m Afraid of Americans.”
The satisfyingly weird, wry happiness left lingering in the faces of those standing around as the lights went up speak to the power of Aesop Rock’s verses and message.
The band is preparing to release its sophomore record and recently gave a stripped-down performance at The Grey Eagle.
Blending roots, Americana and country sounds, the singer-songwriter has been playing gigs the world over and has developed a large following in the UK..
R&B artist Ty Young, aka The Gift, recently dropped a video for his song “Doin the Most.” Featuring KJ Carter, is was shot on Wall Street in downtown Asheville.
Special guests who joined Philo onstage throughout the night included members of Empire Strikes Brass, local Grammy-nominated vocalist Debrissa McKinney, MC Smidi and more.
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe rolled through Asheville recently as part of the “Running with the Diesel” tour.
The band recently released two videos that showcase energy and funk, and a creative mashing of styles into something that feels fresh.
The self-proclaimed King of Mosey came up with the term to avoid being labeled a country artist.
Darrell Scott’s latest record, Couchville Sessions, has appeared on a number of best-of lists for 2016, and he wrapped up the year with a short tour that included two sold-out shows at The Altamont Theatre.
It was a (quite literally) jam-packed night with tons of guests sitting in with each group’s sets.
The band got together in downtown Swannanoa on a smoky day to give an exclusive three-song performance for Xpress.
The folk quartet is built on three lead vocalists and layered with acoustic guitar, drums and occasionally mandolin and banjo.
This year’s meal fed over 700 people and was served by community volunteers, including Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer, Vice Mayor Gwen Wisler, District Attorney Todd Williams and Terry Bellamy, director of communications for the Asheville Housing Authority.