After years of local and regional success with groups of their own, Asheville musicians Leigh Glass and Corey Bullman have combined their musical projects into one group, Devils in Dust. Along the way, they also fell in love and got married.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features three separate recording projects by Tristan Eckerson, Devils in Dust and Travers Brothership.
The Christmas Jam is sold out but the Jam by Day and Kevn Kinney Jam are both open to listeners.
In celebration of this weekend’s DIG Festival (read the Xpress story here) — at eight venues throughout downtown Asheville, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 22 and 23 — This week’s playlist gets an early release. And the songs are culled from six of the more than 40 bands performing at DIG. • “Master Plan” by Doc Aquatic, […]
Leigh Glass and Corey Bullman perform “Love You Back” as part of the Acoustic Asheville series, filmed at the Asheville Area Arts Council. Video by Jesse Hamm. Find the full Acoustic Asheville series here.
The band’s new album, “Something In The Water,” is Americana/country-rock at its best. Seamless musicianship, relatable storytelling and at least one instant classic. Leigh Glass & the Hazards play the French Broad Brewery on Friday.
Reviews of the newest albums by Rafe Hollister and The Leigh Glass Band (both of whom perform this Friday).