On Sunday, Sept. 2, the Christy Lynn Band will take the stage as one of the many musical acts perfuming at the Living Asheville Arts Festival on Lexington Avenue.
The daylong, family-friendly music festival takes place Nov. 11 at Salvage Station.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features efforts to obtain transportation and operational funds for after-school youth programming plus a new recording project by local absurdist rockers Sirius.B.
Sirius.B’s performance will follow two openers: fellow gypsy band Crystal Bright & the Silver Hands and pirate-rockers Plankeye Peggy.
This year’s lineup, scheduled by Jeff Whitworth of Worthwhile Sounds includes a danceable mic of funk, soul, rock, bluegrass and more — and many of the acts are locally based.
Sirius.B, Megan Jean and the KFB and Plankeye Peggy will rock Gypsy souls at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall Friday, Dec. 18.
UNC Asheville’s free Concerts on the Quad series returns on Monday, June 15, with Sirius.B. Future installments include performances by stephaniesĭd, The Malpass Brothers, Chatham County Line and The Ulali Project featuring Pura Fé.
From funk to soul, roots to rock ‘n’ roll, here’s the full lineup of bands playing free sets in Carrier Park Friday through Sunday, May 22-24.
Local absurdist/gypsy/folk/funk/punk collective Sirius.B has been playing fewer shows lately, but by the sounds of things, that’s about the change. The group launches a busy spring and summer season at Lake Eden.
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, […]
Earth Day means a variety of family-friendly outdoor festivals this weekend, but, as always, we bring you an eclectic lineup of budget-friendly events that also includes music, theatre and science.
Couldn’t make it out to this year’s Best of WNC Bash at the Orange Peel? Here’s a glimpse of what you missed.
In honor of spring, we’re bringing you stargazing and gardening, in addition to poetry, art, movies and more. While you’re here, check out Clubland for a complete schedule of weekend music.
Yes, Monkey Robot Soldier sounds like a cousin of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles but Sirius.B tempers the fantasy of this EP with fierce and solid instrumentation.