The local singer/songwriter performs a trio of original tunes from her recent album, “January 9th.”
The local folk singer performs three songs on a rainy day in Waynesville.
Taich wrote the song in one sitting during quarantine and completed it through a distance collaboration with Renew the Arts.
The Nashville-based artist and her band perform two tracks from her new album, “The Moon is an Ashtray.”
The Cincinnati-based spiritual funk quartet performed at Ambrose West in early March.
The local singer/banjoist and his full backing band cover Tom Waits.
In addition to the online concerts produced by IamAVL, and its “Echo Sessions” series, which is broadcast on UNCTV and at PBS.org, the web-based music platform also provides streaming service from a number of venues around Asheville. In this era of coronavirus-induced social distancing, such digital capabilities are playing new roles.
The revered local singer/songwriter and her band share a new song.
The Whistle Hop Brewing in Fairview will host Travers in concert on Thursday, March 19, at 6 p.m.
Mink’s Miracle Medicine stretches the bounds of old-timey folk music and adds its own flair with modern lyrics and a dash of punk vibe.
The local group will play an album release show at The Mothlight on Saturday, March 14.
Isa Burke, Eleanor Buckland and Mali Obomsawin met in college and released their first record in 2016.
A recent winner of the people’s choice award at the Brown Bag Songwriting Competition, Kozak is better known for leading Thomas Kozak and the Poets.
The musicians stopped by Carrier Park on a warm winter day to perform two songs exclusively for Xpress and Acoustic Asheville. Both songs will be on their upcoming record.
The band was in Black Mountain recently for a tour stop at Pisgah Brewing, with a new record in tow.
Local singer-songwriter Matt Townsend just returned from hiatus with a new band and new songs.
Barnosky’s new album, ‘Lonesome Road,’ was recorded over the past year and the Durham-based singer is hoping to gain a foothold in Asheville with its release.
The trio of Sarah Hund, Ben Mackel and Daniel Emond provide harmonies with a splash of folk and bluegrass.
The duo once called Asheville home and were back in town earlier this year for a tour stop.
He’s released just three albums over the last 14 years but managed to catch the ear of Jack White.
The exhibition is open to the public on the second Wednesday of each month, December-June, starting Wednesday, Dec. 11.