The pair recently made their Asheville debut at The Grey Eagle and gave an exclusive, two-song performance before their concert.
The Asheville-based progressive bluegrass group headlines The Grey Eagle on Sept. 21.
To celebrate the release of his latest record, ‘Soul of the City Streets,’ Adi the Monk gave an exclusive, four-song performance at The Grey Eagle
The band is set to launch its debut album with a show at Ginger’s Revenge on Saturday, Sept. 14.
The two-day event — at The Grey Eagle on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14 and 15 — includes supporting specials from local businesses (look for those to be announced) and fosters a safe space for showgoers.
The Brazilian psych-rock quartet opens for Mdou Moctar on Sept. 8 at The Grey Eagle.
Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher bring their latest oddball video findings to The Grey Eagle on Aug. 30.
A noted songwriter, he’s able to tell personal and raw tales crafted with his acoustic guitar and harmonica.
You can catch McDonald at the Haywood Country Club in West Asheville on Sunday, Aug. 11, at 6 p.m., as part of the Sunday Night Roundup series.
The nine songs on ‘The Bull Moose Party’ showcase a full band that can deftly switch gears between folk, bluegrass and Americana.
The Asheville-based all-ages band plays The Grey Eagle on June 30.
Music booker Jeff Whitworth says that he often hears positive comments. “People will tell me, ‘Thank you for hosting metal shows at The Grey Eagle,’ or, ‘I’m glad somebody’s booking real hip hop shows.’”
The band just released its debut EP, The Morning. It includes five original songs .
Each group celebrates its new music with a live show at The Grey Eagle: Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters on Friday, June 21; and The Moon and You play Sunday, June 23.
The afternoon show at The Grey Eagle also includes the debut screening of of VIA’s short film Firefly. Girls Rock supporters are also invited to the camp’s showcase on June 22 at Salvage Station.
Caleb Johnson doesn’t get to spend a lot of time in Asheville these days, but keeps up with the local music scene as best as he can. “And for the most part, the musicians I use out on the road are Asheville-based,” he says.
Two internationally-famous touring artists (one in rock and pop, the other a towering figure in reggae) and two intriguing regional acts are among the highlights of the next 30 days in Asheville’s live music offerings.
The band made a recent tour stop at The Grey Eagle and stepped offstage for a stripped-down performance on the patio.
Local musician and singer-songwriter Daniel Shearin was a member of local alt-country stalwarts Uncle Mountain before joining River Whyless in 2012.
Hip-hop, blues, experimental/improvisational and jazz-pop: there’s something for nearly all musical tastes in this roundup.
The new-look local honky tonk band plays an album release show May 17 at The Grey Eagle.