See what happens when a writer consumes five cups of coffee in the same number of hours, as part of an assignment to check out the Asheville coffee scene.
Silas Durocher, Eleanor Underhill and Mike Martinez discuss their plans for what’s shaping up to be a productive musical season.
The Asheville-based trio discuss the creative perks of taking one’s time and “collaborating” with a famous comedian.
The pair recently made their Asheville debut at The Grey Eagle and gave an exclusive, two-song performance before their concert.
In an exclusive performance the musician performed a classic from his days with Uncle Tupelo and a new song that’ll be featured on his forthcoming solo album, ‘WARMER.’
The synthesis of Lovestruck Suckers and The Get Right Band play a rare Asheville show at The Altamont Theatre on Oct. 27.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features The Get Right Band’s aspirations to capture their newly polished sound at Echo Mountain Recording Studio plus a new raw, vegan bakery by dessert chef Lauren Amerson.
Local Flavor AVL co-founder Flori Pate recently launched a new project aimed at community progress through collaboration. Food Connection, which consolidates hunger and food waste by redirecting surplus edibles, will hold a kickoff fundraiser at the Altamont Theatre on Friday, March 13.
Chelsea Lynn La Bate and classical composer Silas Durocher collaborate on this new classical instrumentation-meets-contemporary song writing project. Ten Cent Orchestra debuts at The Lab this Thursday, Dec. 20.
This weekend, The Grey Eagle hosts Jammin’ for Journeymen, a fundraiser featuring the music of Silas Durocher and Friends, Josh Phillips Trio and Vertigo Jazz Project. All proceeds from the event benefit Journeymen of Asheville, a nonprofit whose goal is to “provide boys with mentoring and modeling so that they learn integrity, accountability, compassion and respect.”