Soprano Simone Vigilante performs with pianist Daniel Weiser March 1-4 in Asheville, Hendersonville and Saluda.
The genre-blurring singer-trombonist plays Isis Music Hall on Feb. 24.
Greasy rock ‘n’ roll; doom-laden metal; chiming folky rock; and a rootsy sensation from a big city a few hours south head to Asheville over the next 30 days.
Celebrate the multifaceted emotion this year, with a multitude of local events.
The group plays an album release show at Isis Music Hall on Friday, Feb. 2, at 9 p.m., featuring David Mayfield.
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.
Local pop-rock artist Ian Ridenhour starts off 2018 with a bang, introducing his third album “Ribcage” to Asheville fans on Friday, Jan. 26 at Isis Music Hall.
Twice monthly, my blog 30 Days Out spotlights upcoming music shows and events of note, shining a light into some less well-lit corners, where some fascinating artists schedule performances. I do my best to give ample advance notice so that you can adjust your budget and calendar in a way that lets you get to […]
Christie Lenée got her first guitar at the age of 12 and has not looked back.
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.
AmiciMusic spotlight neglected works for violin and piano by minority composers, Jan. 5-7 at three different local venues.
The Malvern opens, offering local and regional liquors and liqueurs. Also: Italian Nights at Isis Music Hall, a holiday party at Hole Doughnuts, DxE holds a holiday potluck, Ambrozia Bar & Bistro hosts a Christmas Eve dinner, MG Road brings the holiday spirits and Silvermoon Chocolate looks to expand.
This edition wraps up the fourth year of “30 Days Out,” taking a look at a beloved local act; a highly regarded regional musician; an alt-country troubadour who got his start in Western North Carolina; and one of pop culture’s most outspoken, iconoclastic and articulate spokespeople.
The nine-piece ensemble of all-star Asheville talent plays Isis Music Hall on Dec. 15.
On Saturday, Dec. 9, Christine Garvin, her dance students and her professional dance troupe will be bringing back a much-loved seasonal tradition, Ho-Ho-Holiday Rewind — a hilariously entertaining holiday-themed variety show that’s had Asheville audiences giggling since 2012.
Ghost of Paul Revere was in Asheville on a recent tour stop at Isis Music Hall and took time out to give an exclusive, three song performance for Xpress and Acoustic Asheville. Included in the set is the new, unreleased song “As We Know.”
The local singer will be backed by the Richard Shulman Trio at Isis Music Hall on Dec. 3.
The annual local performance takes place at Isis Music Hall on Nov. 26.
The band got its start when brothers Adam and Jonathan Clayton (on keyboards and guitar respectively) put the project together in 2015. After some personnel shifts, the band settled on its current lineup of the Clayton twins plus guitarist Tim Husk, drummer Cartwright Brandon and bassist Kenny Crowley.
The Asheville pop rockers play the lounge at Isis Music Hall on Nov. 17.
The Michigan-based husband and wife duo play Isis Music Hall on Nov. 9.