The final live music roundup of 2018 features four local acts playing in Asheville.
By definition, Song Dogs doesn’t fit neatly into any one genre classification. There’s a kind of good natured-yet-world-weary vibe to these songs, one that calls to mind the literate-yet-accessible work of John Hiatt.
The Penrose-based Americana artist teams with Amanda Anne Platt, Andrew Scotchie, Shannon Whitworth and other WNC notables to raise awareness about pediatric illness.
Amanda Anne Platt, Aubrey Eisenman, Anya Hinkle and Mary Lucey play a pair of Mother’s Day shows at Isis.
The Moon and You perform with Amanda Anne Platt and Mimi Bell on March 16 at 185 King St.
Anya Hinkle, Aubrey Eisenman and Amanda Anne Platt will present ‘Women in Music: A Tribute to Iconic Female Artists’ on Saturday, Jan. 6, at Isis Music Hall.
Hard-learned lessons seem to inform Platt’s lyrics, but there’s a sunny optimism that infuses even the most melancholy sentiments expressed in her compositions.
Recorded at Crossroads Studios in Arden, ‘Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters’ features 13 new songs about life and death and everything in between. It will be released on Friday, June 9 and will be celebrated with two special shows — Friday and Saturday, June 9 and 10 — at The Grey Eagle.
When The Honeycutters booked their upcoming Isis dates, they scheduled a seated show (at press time, that performance, on Friday, is sold out) and a standing one.
“There are gonna be a lot of smiles onstage and for good reason,” says Asheville guitarist Taylor Martin of his upcoming show at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall. Local music luminaries Lyndsay Pruitt (fiddle), Drew Matulich (mandolin) and Rick Cooper (upright bass) comprise Martin’s band, and drummer Josh Mulligan will also join the musical combo […]