Joining Amanda Anne Platt and Aubrey Eisenman will be Jane Kramer, Laura Blackley and Tina Collins and Quetzal Jordan of Tina and Her Pony.
Though Kramer looks forward to performing the album in its entirety, she’s also quick to point out that it is an intensely personal collection inspired in part by one of her life’s deepest heartbreaks.
The final live music roundup of 2018 features four local acts playing in Asheville.
The Penrose-based Americana artist teams with Amanda Anne Platt, Andrew Scotchie, Shannon Whitworth and other WNC notables to raise awareness about pediatric illness.
Kramer plays Asheville Barnaroo on Friday, Sept. 28; she shared two new songs with Acoustic Asheville.
Backed by Phan’s band The Soul Symphony, the Asheville musicians play a collaborative show July 28 at The Grey Eagle.
The Asheville singer-songwriter and her band — Free Planet Radio and Billy Cardine — perform with youth scholarship winners May 5 at Diana Wortham Theatre.
The rebranded festival takes place on Lexington Avenue on Sunday, Sept. 3.
Appalachian and world music collide when the Asheville singer-songwriter teams with the acclaimed trio and Acoustic Syndicate dobro player.
Jane Kramer will play a show at The Altamont Theatre on July 15.
Local songstress Jane Kramer opens the show on Wednesday, March 22.
The soulful Americana songstress plays with Old Man Luedecke at The Grey Eagle on Saturday, Jan. 7.
The fifth iteration of this local live music showcase is at Salvage Station on Tuesday, Oct. 25.
The song “Truck Stop Stars” from her new album, Carnival of Hopes, is about a woman leaving a mountain town to cross the U.S. “To me, it foreshadowed my own drive back across the country to Asheville, but I wrote it before I made the decision to move,” she says.