A noted songwriter, he’s able to tell personal and raw tales crafted with his acoustic guitar and harmonica.
While in tour with a recent tour stop at Isis Music Hall, Smith gave a two song performance for Xpress.
Carsie Blanton makes what she describes on her Facebook page as, “music for smart, ferocious, muffin-hearted libertines.” It’s as fun as it is revolutionary.
During a recent stop in Asheville for a tour date and a little fun, Shindell gave an exclusive, three-song performance at The Grey Eagle
Ammerman will launch the album at The Mothlight on Thursday, Nov. 29.
The track is part of Taich’s new project — a series of stand-alone songs that will eventually form her next album.
There’s typically a time limit for each presenter, and some open mics have a theme or a host to usher the evening along, but what happens in front of the microphone is, truly, wide open to possibility.
The latest release from the local singer-songwriter is beautiful, cathartic and disconcerting. Its delicate songs are deceptive, dropping the listener from light-dappled shallows into sudden, unfathomable depths.
“I became somewhat disillusioned with the music biz,” says singer-songwriter Stephen Evans. “So music took a back seat to my relationship, school at UNCA and working as a bartender.” But in June 2015, after several years away from the industry, Evans released his debut album, “Something to Bleed.” On Tuesday, April 26, he will be […]
The local singer-songwriter penned this song about one of her dad’s boyhood misadventures.
Singer-songwriter (and recent Asheville transplant) Chris Jamison performs a free show at Pisgah Brewing Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 6 p.m.
Local musician Stephen Evans and his band, The True Grits, perform a free show at French Broad Brewery Saturday, Oct. 24, at 6 p.m.
Sollee’s Friday, Oct. 16 show with Mother Falcon at The Grey eagle promises to be a study of refined and unbridled sonic expression. “There will be impromptu moments,” he says, along with an effort to maximize the various talents among the musicians. “It’s going to be the type of show that people don’t see very often.”
Swedish singer-songwriter Sofia Talvik and her husband, Jonas Westin — a videographer who quit his day job in TV for the trip — traveled through 37 states in an RV. Footage of the journey, filmed and edited by Westin, is featured in Talvik’s music videos. The musician performs at Jack of the Wood Friday, Sept. 25.
Singer-songwriter and harpist Mikaela Davis performs at The Altamont Theatre on Wednesday, Sept. 30.
Singer-songwriter Eilen Jewell grew up in Boise but lived in Santa Fe, L.A. and Boston, and toured the Canada, Europe and Australia before settling back in Idaho. Her new album, Sundown Over Ghost Town, was largely inspired by that return. Jewell and her band play The Grey Eagle on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
Nashville-by-way-of-Atlanta-by-way-of-London singer-songwriter Callaghan returns to The Altamont Theatre on Friday, Sept. 11.
Rouse’s newest album, The Embers of Time (the tour for which brings him to New Mountain on Friday, June 19) contains plenty of contenders to add to his hits list. Lead track “Some days I’m Golden All Night” captures both tropical breeze and pragmatic angst. The Neil Young-flavored “New Young” aches with harmonica and thoughts of trading ambition for a slower pace of life.
Vocalist Nastasia Griffin grew up in Asheville but is currently based in Los Angeles pursuing her music career.
Singer-songwriter Nikki Talley left Asheville (sort of) to tour full-time with her husband and bandmate, Jason Sharp. The pair will roll their home-on-wheels back to Asheville for the release of a new album and a show at Isis Restaurant and Music Hall on Thursday, March 12.
Jill Andrews return to The Grey Eagle on Friday, opening for Sean Watkins of Nickel Creek (currently on his solo tour), was — not surprisingly — pretty comfortable.