The mandolin master and his band play Isis on Jan. 13.
Asheville-based roots rockers Paul Edelman and Dave Baker play Isis Music Hall on Dec. 29.
The final live music roundup of 2018 features four local acts playing in Asheville.
The Asheville/Atlanta duo brings its Celtic Christmas show to Isis Music Hall on Dec. 20.
The 2018 NewSong finalists will showcase and compete at Isis Music Hall on Saturday, Dec. 15, judged by competition founder Gar Ragland, Diana Ezerins from the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.; Elysa Marden from Arts Brookfield in New York, and a surprise local celebrity judge.
The Asheville singer-songwriter plays Isis Music Hall on Dec. 19.
Isis Music Hall will be the setting for the Asheville circle, featuring Amanda Anne Platt, Tyler Ramsey, Shannon Whitworth and several others including Pat “Mother Blues” Cohen.
Roy Wooten and Tracy Silverman bring their innovative duo to Isis on Nov. 17.
Immediate Theatre Project presents a collection of classic American horror stories on Nov. 1 at Isis Music Hall.
That balance between soothing and energetic, acoustic and electric, will characterize the Stillness album premiere show. With a hearty laugh, Eliot Wadopian poses a not-at-all rhetorical question: “How do you do a CD release for a meditation record in a nightclub?”
Pillar features a number of high-profile guest players including bassists Wooten, MonoNeon and Oteil Burbridge, Béla Fleck on banjo, saxophonist Jeff Coffin and percussionist Weedie Braimah.
Throughout the first decade of this century, Jamie McLean played guitar in beloved New Orleans institution Dirty Dozen Brass Band. For the last several years, he has served as guitarist for another Crescent City legend, Aaron Neville. But alongside those duties, McLean has long since established himself as a singer and songwriter in his own right.
The South Carolina natives play Isis Music Hall on Aug. 16.
The Japanese-born guitarist returns to Isis on Aug. 9.
“Asheville just pulled me in, I feel like,” says Taylor. “I hear that’s a lot of people’s stories.”
Lizzy Ross and Omar Ruiz-Lopez discuss the art of combining their diverse backgrounds and shared musical interests into a dynamic live show.
Eight years after settling in North Carolina, Cissokho has just released his third album, Routes. Touring in support of the record, he and Kaira Ba play Isis Music Hall on Sunday, July 8.
The fiddler and vocalist duo present an evening of Celtic music and mythic tales July 8 at Isis Music Hall.
Isis Music Hall celebrates LGBTQ Pride Month with sets from three talented East Coast singer-songwriters on June 13.
The quintet is headed by singer Whitney Moore and includes members from other local groups, such as Sirius B, The Low Down Sires, Drayton and the Dreamboats, and Hot Point Trio.
Liquor-free drinks receive the same artisan treatment as their spirited counterparts at many Asheville restaurants and bars.