Kramer plays Asheville Barnaroo on Friday, Sept. 28; she shared two new songs with Acoustic Asheville.
The band’s next local performance is Saturday, Sept. 29, at Asheville Barnaroo and is likely to feature some songs we haven’t heard before.
There’s just one more chance to catch the band onstage this year — at The Masonic Temple on Saturday, Sept. 1.
You can catch Congdon doing a solo set on the patio at The Grey Eagle on Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 5 p.m.
Catch the front woman of April B. & the Cool at One World Brewing Co. on Friday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m.
The musicians’ first EP is in the works right now with no release date scheduled as yet, but you can catch them at The One Stop on Thursday, Aug. 9.
You can catch the band Sept. 28-30 at Scotchie’s own festival, Asheville Barnaroo.
The group features the distinctive, powerhouse vocals of Christy Barrett and multi-instrumentalist Ryan Schilling.
Meadows’ latest record, First Cigarette, features 11 tracks that feel almost like his autobiography.
Included in the performance are two songs that will be featured on the band’s upcoming record.
The richly lit video was directed by Andrew Anderson and features lots of local cameos.
His classic folk sound may seem a bit familiar to some, but he’s adding his own personal elements to the lyrics to create something his growing fan base will enjoy.
The serene natural setting is crisscrossed with power lines of encroaching development and the sky drips acid pink and green, thanks to videography by Erick Lottary aka SHOT X LOTT.
With the release of her third studio album Deeper Woods, Sarah Louise combines intricate guitar playing with haunting vocals to create a sound that feels as delicate as it is artistic.
Based out of Greenville, S.C., the duo released a spiritual folk album last year and are currently working on a new record of original material.
Singer Andy Stepanian and guitarist Mason Brent also perform as part of Wrinkle Neck Mules.
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.
Once the frontman for quintet The Band of Rivals, Sean Cox stepped out on his own a few years ago and released his debut EP, Letters to the Light, last summer.
The group is the braindchild of Abrianna Brown, who is a classically trained vocalist and recently interned at Echo Mountain Recording.
Amen Breaks is the band’s most recent record, coming out last summer, and has the musicians shedding past sounds in favor of a more indie-pop flavor. Lyrical themes include mental health and spirituality.
The band recently recorded 12 songs and is taking the approach of releasing one new song each month for a year.