Silas Durocher, Eleanor Underhill and Mike Martinez discuss their plans for what’s shaping up to be a productive musical season.
Two local bands — Andrew Scotchie & the River Rats and The Get Right Band — cover each other’s songs for a pair of new music videos shot in Asheville.
The Asheville-based trio discuss the creative perks of taking one’s time and “collaborating” with a famous comedian.
Ryan Barber, The Get Right Band, Drunken Prayer and an all-star ensemble are among the local groups who’ve crafted timely new works.
This year’s Xpand Fest takes place Saturday, June 8, in the South Slope neighborhood. Nashville-based funk-rock collective Dynamo headlines a lineup of otherwise Asheville-area entertainment.
For Live in Asheville, the band revisited a handful of crowd favorites from their first three recordings. “Shut Yo Mouth” from Bass Treble Angel Devil is particularly notable.
Last year’s lineup brought in a greater number of Latino listeners, says Cori Anderson, assistant director of Cultural Events & Special Academic Programs at UNCA. That trend could continue, thanks to Making Movies.
Glitchy experimental synthesizer music; raucous piano-led rock ‘n’ roll; modern rock mixed with reggae; and folk with contemporary textures: that wide array of sounds — two of which come courtesy of local acts — is just some of what’s on offer in the next 30 days here in Asheville.
The synthesis of Lovestruck Suckers and The Get Right Band play a rare Asheville show at The Altamont Theatre on Oct. 27.
Dogwood Alliance is highlighting the synergy of spoken-word art forms — adding in plenty of music and other activities as well — at The Woods & Wilds Storytelling and Music Festival. The event takes place Sunday, Oct. 1, at Salvage Station.
RiverLink’s annual day of food, music and fun takes place Saturday, Aug. 26, at 1 p.m.
Banditos and Tall Tall Trees round out the lineup for RiverMusic with Susto on Friday, July 7.
In time for the presidential inauguration, local indie-rock/reggae trio The Get Right Band releases its cover of David Bowie’s “I’m Afraid of Americans.”
RiverMusic closes out its 2016 season with live music from three acts: The Get Right Band, The Broadcast and Blitzen Trapper. The free show has moved to Carrier Park and takes place on Friday, Oct. 7.
Need some good news on your Monday? Here’s a double dose. Two local musical acts are premiering new music videos today.
To make it in the post-label world of today’s music industry, artists have to supplement their musical prowess with an understanding of how to promote that music.
The Get Right Band will be releasing its third full length record, Who’s in Charge? on Friday, Aug. 5.
This week’s suggestions include a Brett Harris and Explorers Club shared bill, The Get Right band, Universal Sigh and Dr. Dog
Frequent collaborators Caine McDonald and Patrick Dodd open Heath’s release show, after which she’ll perform with a full band at Asheville Music Hall on Friday, May 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.
Funk-rockers The Get Right Band and folk-rockers Lovestruck Suckers share a stage at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall and 185 King Street in Brevard.