Free Planet Radio’s latest album still carries forth the sounds and textures that won the trio its dedicated following.
With Halloween proper falling mid-week, the opportunities to celebrate span several days leading up to and following the quintessential autumnal observance.
Immediate Theatre Project’s annual autumn show returns to Isis on Oct. 23.
The Asheville-based brass/funk/rock band plays an album release show Oct. 11 at Isis.
The Johnson City, Tenn.-based artist discusses her lyrical and sonic inspirations and working with Rhiannon Giddens in the Our Native Daughters supergroup.
The Ugandan musicians take to the Isis stage on Oct. 2.
Anderson has one full-length record out now and recently released her third EP. Titled Won’t Stay Down, it features five original songs with a full band in support.
The Asheville-based electronic rock quartet plays a record release show Aug. 23 at Isis.
Their common ground is found in the lyrics, which cover a wide range of topics from LGBTQ issues to mental health.
As she puts the finishing touches on ‘Medicine for Living,’ her album due in September, Rose is teaming up with duo My One and Only for a songwriter-focused show at Isis Music Hall on Sunday, Aug. 18.
The folk-foward Asheville ensemble plays an album release show at Isis on Aug. 16.
The eclectic Nashville-based musician brings her band to Isis on Aug. 4.
Teaser videos show this collaboration as a lush, experimental string band that sits somewhere in a Venn diagram between artists like Birds of Chicago, Kaia Kater, and Punch Brothers.
The musicians have embraced life on the road and wrote about their experiences traversing the country, time and again.
Working with other artists became a steady through-line in Michelle Malone’s career. Her latest album, 2018’s Slings and Arrows, includes songs she co-wrote with Randall Bramlett and up-and-coming Atlanta artist Eliot Bronson.
The Maine-based folk/pop siblings play Isis on June 27.
Alexa Rose, Hannah Kaminer and The Old Chevrolette Set play classic country tunes at Isis on June 23.
Superb local musicians give touring artists some healthy competition, and the out-of-town acts both bring something new to the local music conversation.
The show comes on the heels of Leigh’s debut album, Roots Alive, which was recorded in four days at Chris Rosser’s Hollow Reed Studio.
While in tour with a recent tour stop at Isis Music Hall, Smith gave a two song performance for Xpress.
The Carolina Chocolate Drops’ multi-instrumentalist plays a May 8 solo show at Isis.