The second iteration is slated for Monday, April 22, at The Mothlight with Chris Rodrigues and Abby the Spoon Lady, Laura Blackley and Tina & Her Pony; Forty Fingers & a Missing Tooth; Hilliary Begley; Tom Peters; Josh McClure of Jus Twerk; Kathleen Hahn of Danceclub Asheville; Kevin Evans and Lauren Napoli of Aerial Space.
The Chicago horror-comedy ensemble brings its brand of horror-comedy to The Mothlight on April 23.
The improvisational jazz ensemble stops by The Mothlight on April 17.
The prolific Asheville hip-hop duo celebrates its latest collaboration with an April 12 show at The Mothlight.
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.
Acclaimed guitarist Meg Duffy brings their band to The Mothlight on April 13.
La Danza del Sur, coming up on Saturday, April 6, at The Mothlight, will be the largest Noche LatinX event to date, with a bigger venue and regional talent.
The prolific Asheville-based vocalist and multi-instrumentalist opens for Avey Tare on March 28 at The Mothlight.
‘When This Life is Over,’ which features Hannah Mohan’s dog on the cover, was a decided effort to shirk convention — or, in Mohan’s words, an exercise in “doing whatever the hell we want.”
The Cat Fly Film Fest returns for its third year with its most ambitious offerings to date.
With the benefit of hindsight, each of Drunken Prayer’s previous albums seems like a step on the road to making Cordelia Elsewhere; the record adds up to a showcase of Morgan Geer’s unique skillset.
The four North Carolina indie rockers play The Mothlight on March 25.
Country, blues, bluegrass and … prog-hop? The variety of live music available in Asheville never ceases to impress.
Two bands, each led by high-profile fixtures of the Asheville music scene, are coming together to present a unique night of music.
The Asheville MC along with Musashi Xero, Mike L!VE, Spaceman Jones, Herb da Wizard and P.T.P play The Mothlight on March 14.
To date, the group has produced at least five professional-grade music videos for songs on the new album (plus one for a non-album track — an impassioned reading of the Rolling Stones’ “Gimme Shelter”).
The instrumental guitarist shares songs from his new album at The Mothlight on March 3.
Two groups that lean in a dreamy, shoegaze direction (one local, one on tour) plus a jazz singer who has recently made Western N.C. her home and a prodigious guitar talent who’s finding fame on stage and screen.
Three of the sets noted below are free, but you can do your part to support local music by helping fill the tip jar. Lots of rock, surf and Americana in this roundup.
The Nashville-based psychedelic folk rock trio plays The Mothlight on Jan. 31.
As a young musician, Moctar was heavily influenced by Tuareg folk music, called “takamba,” but he also fell in love with the wild guitar mastery of Eddie Van Halen.