Isis Music Hall hosts a benefit for Ukrainian relief efforts. Plus, The Grey Eagle plans to open an outdoor venue, a local author explores an aviation mystery and Asheville Creative Arts returns to live shows.
The Asheville Symphony hits to road to perform at various local venues. Also, the Asheville Art Museum acquires work by Cherokee artists, local singer Jordan Scheffer celebrates her new album at Isis Music Hall and a mind-reading show comes to the Wortham Center for the Performing Arts.
Acoustic Syndicate and David Wilcox return to The Grey Eagle, while Isis Music Hall hosts three nights of local artists.
Black Mountain will explore some of the town’s ghost stories with downtown walking tours. Plus, FIND Outdoors presents The Legend of Tommy Hodges, a local artist tackles the pandemic with dinosaurs, and the Junior League invites kids to Touch-a-Truck.
The Atlanta-based blues rock stalwart performs a pair of classics at Isis Music Hall.
Synth duo Orgatroid crafts ethereal, deep-groove synthesizer music, while Adi the Monk makes instrumental guitar-based soulful jazz/blues/funk. Even with pandemic-related shutdowns, both Asheville-based acts have new releases.
The Asheville native is hard at work on her next major project, plus other recent news from the local arts scene.
**POSTPONED** Isis Music Hall hosts the immersive literary cabaret on March 18.
The Buenos Aires-based collective plays a show at Isis Music Hall on Saturday, March 7.
The Asheville-based singer/songwriter brings a full band to the Isis Lounge on Feb. 22.
Devils in Dust, Rebecca and the Reckoning and Tim McWilliams pay tribute to country music legends, Feb. 9 at Isis.
The Hillsborough-based singer/songwriter plays the Isis lounge on Jan. 31.
Joining Amanda Anne Platt and Aubrey Eisenman will be Jane Kramer, Laura Blackley and Tina Collins and Quetzal Jordan of Tina and Her Pony.
The Americana/Alt-Country singer-songwriter plays Jan. 15 at Isis.
“I wanted to make swinging big band music, but I didn’t want it to be a ’20s/’30s tribute,” Ray says. “This is a style that can be vibrant and communicative now.”
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The Asheville-based electro-synth/prog-rock quintet plays Dec. 27-28 at Isis.
“We’ve got a few new arrangements that we’re bringing in, but we’re going to play all the old favorites,” Wilson says. “Wendy [Jones] has a big band arrangement of ‘White Christmas.’ And last year we started doing ‘Silent Night.’”
The youthful brother-sister old-time duo opens for Pretty Little Goat on Dec. 20 at Isis.
Shulman notes that a perennial favorite at the holiday shows is James Brown’s “Santa Claus Go Straight to the Ghetto.”
The pipes and harp duo brings its Celtic Celebration to Isis on Dec. 15.