Two celebrated local artists (one who’s bidding farewell to Asheville, the other a globetrotting artist who’s only occasionally home) and two psychedelic bands (one a relic from the ’70s, the other a new and soul-infused exponent of the style) are spotlighted in this roundup.
White recently made his Asheville debut at The Grey Eagle and gave an exclusive performance of two songs before the concert.
Emily Easterly’s skills have shone brightly since her first release, Assembling Emily, in 2001.
You can enjoy an all-(local)-star tribute to a country legend, an excellent local singer-songwriter, a touring female-led indie band and a fiery British songwriter whose best work ranks up there with Springsteen and Dylan.
The Swannanoa native plays an album release show on April 9 at The Grey Eagle.
The latest Silent Sundays features insights on Harold Lloyd’s stunt double, while Asheville 10-Minute Movies finds a new home at The Grey Eagle.
Lo Wolf has an upcoming singer-songwriter tour, April 14-20, sponsored by NC Songsmiths.
Country, blues, bluegrass and … prog-hop? The variety of live music available in Asheville never ceases to impress.
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
This roundup takes a look at three Asheville based acts in three very different musical styles, plus a compelling national-level musician who’s also a respected activist, theologian, author and documentary filmmaker.
Ahead of a recent sold out show at The Grey Eagle, the band gave a very special performance on its tour bus.
In honor of its 25th anniversary, the Soul Coughing frontman performs the band’s debut album on Feb. 23 at The Grey Eagle.
Bygone Blues is the duo of singer Peggy Ratusz and pianist Aaron Price. On occasion, they are joined by Jonathan Pearlman on guitar and Grant Cuthbertson on upright bass.
The Asheville singer-songwriter plays a record release show Feb. 17 at The Grey Eagle.
The Asheville burlesque troupe presents an anti-Valentine’s Day show on Feb. 14 at The Grey Eagle.
With her debut full length record Roots Alive coming out on Friday, March 1, Leigh will be performing an early record release celebration at The Grey Eagle on Sunday, Feb. 17.
Love is in the air and on the menu at many local restaurants, bars and breweries in and around Asheville.
The Asheville band releases its debut album on Feb. 10 at The Grey Eagle.
Jangling Sparrows won’t have another local show until Friday, March 15, at French Broad Brewery, but Paul Edelman recently gave a solo acoustic performance at The Grey Eagle.
Frontman Nick Urata discusses uniting his band and film scoring work, venue selection and Netflix’s pesky “Skip Intro” button.
Twin Star will be playing a farewell show at Ole Shakey’s on Friday, Feb. 1, at 8 p.m.