The Grey Eagle hosts a rare screening of ‘The Sad and Beautiful World of Sparklehorse,’ BMCM+AC shows a documentary about former faculty member Robert Motherwell and his New York School colleagues and more.
The group covers the entire mid-Atlantic region with 150-180 shows a year. All that time on the road has allowed the musicians the chance to craft their songs into completion.
Ahead of an upcoming show on the patio at Isis Music Hall, on Friday, July 28, Okrend shares three songs from his new record.
Jane Kramer will play a show at The Altamont Theatre on July 15.
Recent wins at Music Video Asheville and the LEAF Singer-Songwriter Competition are opening doors for the local folk-soul artist.
Catch the band live on Saturday, July 1, at 9 p.m. at 550 Tavern & Grill in Fletcher
You can catch Desmelik at Upcountry Brewing on Thursday, June 29, at 7 p.m. as part of the venue’s songwriter series.
Besides being found busking all around downtown, you can also catch Adi performing at Carmel’s Kitchen and Bar.
The band celebrates that release with two shows at The Grey Eagle on Friday and Saturday, June 9 and 10.
Each of the four acts profiled in this edition is highly respected in its respective field. All are nationally-touring acts. And all are most certainly worth your time and heard-earned entertainment dollar.
Recorded at Crossroads Studios in Arden, ‘Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters’ features 13 new songs about life and death and everything in between. It will be released on Friday, June 9 and will be celebrated with two special shows — Friday and Saturday, June 9 and 10 — at The Grey Eagle.
Julian Koster, whose musical saw can be heard in Neutral Milk Hotel and The Music Tapes, created a narrative podcast last fall. “The Orbiting Human Circus (of the Air)” explores the dreamlike phenomena in the daily life of the Eiffel Tower’s janitor. The Music Tapes released an EP this spring with music inspired by and featured […]
The Orange Peel hosts the Saturday Spectacular, featuring headliner Sydni Deveraux, the Golden Glamazon.
This time around, all four featured acts are nationally touring artists. Funk, pop, rock and rockabilly are on the musical menu.
With a Kickstarter campaign in progress to hopefully support a second full-length record, Kaminer will perform at The Altamont Theatre Friday, May 19.
The comedians will perform on Saturday, May 13, at The Grey Eagle.
This time around, the focus is on legacy artists. Musicians who have been at the game for many years, sometimes paying tribute to the music they made decades ago with now long-gone band mates, other times reviving a long-defunct group because there’s still more to say, musically.
“It will be funky and country and rockin’ like most stuff I do,” says Wood of the show, which takes place on Saturday, May 6, at The Grey Eagle.
Wood recently spent some time at the Fleetwood Shack Studios of one-time local resident and Band of Horses bassist Bill Reynolds. Along with former Blue Rags bandmate Mike Rhodes on drums, the trio formed the core of the sound featured on Wood’s new record Sunshine.
The full six-piece band, Chris Jamison’s Ghost, will celebrate the album’s release with a show at The Grey Eagle on Wednesday, April 26.
Since winning The Brown Bag singer-songwriter competition in 2011, at the age of 16, Tucker has since released two solo records on her own.