West African roots band Les Amis plays a set upstairs before acoustic, electric and collaborative sets by Dangermuffin and Weather and Waves fill Isis’ downstairs hall with earthy music. The separately ticketed shows on Thursday, Sept. 3.
Relive concerts by Jim Lauderdale, World Party, JJ Grey & Mofro, Toubab Krewe, Acoustic Syndicate, Robert Earl Keen, Downtown After 5, Transputer, Slayer and more.
Asheville’s music community is coming together to support one of the city’s most beloved percussionists in the wake of a tragedy that befell his family in Ivory Coast, West Africa. Adama Dembele moved to Asheville several years ago from Ivory Coast and has since made a name for himself as a member of Zansa and […]
Toubab Krewe has no shortage of enthusiasts in Asheville. But fans of exotic pop music have another compelling reason to catch the band’s Jan. 19 show (part of a two-night run) at The Orange Peel.
The spiritual steel player (and Toubab Krewe BFF) performs a Wednesday night show in Asheville this week. Xpress will give away a pair of tickets today at 1 p.m. Image by ChristianJamesPhoto.com.
The crowd was out in force for Asheville-based world-rock outfit Toubab Krewe’s Saturday night show. Jesse Hamm captured the band playing “Rooster.”
The internationally touring local band (who will headline free festival Asheville Earth Day this weekend), release a video shot at Warren Wilson College. The tune is a revamped version of an old-time song (Toubab Krewe style) with a wild array of characters and costumes, and some excellent guest musicians.
Festivities at Music on the Mountaintop got an early start Saturday morning as the sun rose over the misty Boone hills and drowsy campers rubbed the sleep from their eyes.
Relix shares an exclusive look at Asheville-based Toubab Krewe’s TK2, set to drop on September 7.