Taylor has a Transplant Thanksgiving show coming up at Hopey Co. on Wednesday, Nov. 21.
He recently assembled an all-star cast for a special performance at The Grey Eagle,
The collection of artists slated to appear at the Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13 and 14 festival in the River Arts District is fringey, women-led, often queer-identifying, and less white-centric than the typical Western North Carolina music festival.
The band is currently trying to raise money, through a GoFundMe campaign, for a debut EP.
The group’s show is the local festival is its last Asheville-area concert before heading to Europe on tour.
Arena rock, engaging and tuneful pop, heartfelt blues and deep funk are just some of the sounds explored by live acts playing in Asheville over the next 30 days.
Kramer plays Asheville Barnaroo on Friday, Sept. 28; she shared two new songs with Acoustic Asheville.
The Rock*A*Teens, Spider Bags and Floating Action play The Grey Eagle on Sept. 15.
A blues legend, an unpredictable force of nature, and two local acts — one long established, the other part of the current hard rock resurgence — are spotlighted in this roundup.
The band’s next local performance is Saturday, Sept. 29, at Asheville Barnaroo and is likely to feature some songs we haven’t heard before.
Seven regional storytellers and Papadosio side project EarthCry perform at the Dogwood Alliance event, Sept. 8 at The Grey Eagle.
For the month of September, Acoustic Asheville is spotlighting artists on the bill for Asheville Barnaroo.
There’s just one more chance to catch the band onstage this year — at The Masonic Temple on Saturday, Sept. 1.
The blues legend plays The Grey Eagle on Aug. 24.
A power pop legend, a rocking modern-day troubadour, clever re-inventors of pop and a collective of local rockers who don’t dig the Dead are just some of the local music offerings in the next 30 days.
You can catch Congdon doing a solo set on the patio at The Grey Eagle on Wednesday, Aug. 29 at 5 p.m.
Catch the front woman of April B. & the Cool at One World Brewing Co. on Friday, Aug. 17, at 8 p.m.
The Brooklyn-based world music ensemble promotes global unity on its energetic new album.
You can catch the band Sept. 28-30 at Scotchie’s own festival, Asheville Barnaroo.
Backed by Phan’s band The Soul Symphony, the Asheville musicians play a collaborative show July 28 at The Grey Eagle.
Spinning vinyl, top-quality Americana, uptempo jump blues and a tribute to the greatest pop group of all time: those are just some of your local music choices in the coming 30 days.