The final live music roundup of 2018 features four local acts playing in Asheville.
Acoustic Asheville has featured holiday themed sessions for the last month. This is the final installment.
The Asheville singer-songwriter plays Isis Music Hall on Dec. 19.
“We believe that building healthy communities requires education, but that to sustain and uplift those healthy communities you need to ensure education is fun, authentic and organic,” says Morgan Markowitz, Xpand Fest’s operations director.
The Asheville singer-songwriter discusses the areas in which she needed to improve following her 2015 debut and how she achieved those goals for her new LP “Heavy Magnolias.”
The arrangements are pleasantly varied, but once again, the instrumentation exists in clear service to Kaminer’s voice and words.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features a new full-length album by Hannah Kaminer and the revival of Frank Thompson’s film podcast.
During January, which is Human Trafficking Awareness month, newly launched local organization Project FIGHT is hosting several events aimed at raising awareness and funds to combat trafficking in Western North Carolina. Rock band Armadilla will headline one such benefit concert at The Mothlight on Sunday, Jan. 29.
On Sunday, Dec. 11, Ben Phan and the Soul Symphony’s album crowdfunding campaign will go live, and later that night, the band will perform the to-be-recorded work in its entirety at The Grey Eagle.
Mountain Xpress and Sherwood’s Music are partnering to showcase local musicians through a series of stripped-down performances for the web. This week songwriter Hannah Kaminer performs “Acre by Acre.”
Mountain Xpress and Sherwood’s Music are partnering to showcase local musicians through a series of stripped-down performances for the web. This week songwriter Hannah Kaminer performs “Mama.”