Rising costs have brought an already wrought situation to the brink, but Asheville-area artists continue to make it work.
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A&E Roundup: Buncombe libraries open at 50% capacity
Indoor library services return, the Asheville Art Museum launches a fund drive and more area arts news.
Tall Tall Trees launches a new album at Ambrose West
“One of the reasons I felt comfortable living [in Asheville was because] there are some amazing musicians here who I’ve become friends with,” says Mike Savino. “I’ve felt very welcomed in this community [and] I’ve been very inspired by a lot of musicians here.”
Smart bets: RiverMusic With Susto
Banditos and Tall Tall Trees round out the lineup for RiverMusic with Susto on Friday, July 7.
In photos: Kishi Bashi and Tall Tall Trees at The Grey Eagle
It was a warm, friendly and welcoming atmosphere throughout the night with no shortage of dancing, clapping and smiles during both Kishi Bashi and a great opening performance by Tall Tall Trees.
Tall Tall Trees explores the banjo’s potential at The Grey Eagle
Recent Asheville transplant Mike Savino discusses his new album and plans to integrate himself into the local music scene.
One-man banjo: Tall Tall Trees puts a new spin on an old instrument
When you think of the banjo, you might think of Earl Scruggs or Uncle Dave Macon, or even Steve Martin. You probably don’t think of loop pedals or bowing, or ancillary sounds from percussive tapping and blowing; you probably don’t imagine anything that could be classified as “space banjo.” But that’s exactly the kind of music banjo player Mike Savino of band-turned-solo-act Tall Tall Trees makes.