The Snarky Puppy percussionists bring their all-star Dallas ensemble to Asheville Music Hall on Oct. 18.
At that Oct. 13 show, attendees will vote upon and crown a non-gender-specific prom king and queen, and festive, space-age-themed attire is encouraged.
Arena rock, engaging and tuneful pop, heartfelt blues and deep funk are just some of the sounds explored by live acts playing in Asheville over the next 30 days.
The Snozzberries’ immersive, collaborative A/V experience takes place Aug. 31 at Asheville Music Hall.
The local rockers play an album release show Aug. 24 at Asheville Music Hall.
Since getting together a year ago (some of the members had played together in other groups before their 10th birthdays), Uncle Kurtis has been booked at Soulshine, LEAF Downtown AVL, Sly Grog, Isis Music Hall, Salvage Station and The Mothlight.
The local “shred ‘n’ flow” ensemble plays Asheville Music Hall on July 27.
Rollicking r&b, funky jams, homegrown rock and a book talk from a prominent North Carolina singer-songwriter/rocker: that’s just some of what’s on offer musically in Asheville over the next 30 days.
Funky get-down soul, flamenco gypsy jazz, hometown Americana and theatrical, unholy rock: those are the musical styles showcased in this roundup of Asheville concerts.
Soulful prog-hop group Natural Born Leaders mark the release of their debut EP About Time with a Saturday, May 5, show at Asheville Music Hall. Folk singer-songwriter Chuck Brodsky debuts his 10th album, Them and Us, at The Grey Eagle on Sunday, May 6. And singer-songwriter Brie Capone commemorates the release of her second EP, If I Let You In, with a May 5 performance at Isis Music Hall.
The local band plays an album release show April 6 at Asheville Music Hall.
Glitchy experimental synthesizer music; raucous piano-led rock ‘n’ roll; modern rock mixed with reggae; and folk with contemporary textures: that wide array of sounds — two of which come courtesy of local acts — is just some of what’s on offer in the next 30 days here in Asheville.
The creative, multi-sensory take on Pink Floyd and The Grateful Dead comes to Asheville Music Hall on Jan. 26.
Black hip-hop artists and local venue bookers discuss the stigmas surrounding the genre and their efforts to work together as professionals.
The New York City “Brass House” returns to Asheville Music Hall on Jan. 13.
The band recently made a tour stop at Asheville Music Hall to promote the release of its third record.
The finals of the 11th annual contest will be held at Asheville Music Hall on Nov. 18.
Earlier this year, the dance-rock group took some rare time off from performing to record a new album, titled Natural Mind, which it celebrates with a hometown show on Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Asheville Music Hall.
The four acts — The Veldt, Moon Hootch, The New Mastersounds and JD McPherson — spotlighted in this edition represent very different styles of music.
Mobley, Professor Toon, Vietnam Jerry and Raj Mahal play Asheville Music Hall on Friday, Sept. 1.
This time around, it’s an all-locals edition (well, three actual local artists and one honorary local).