Artéria Collective, a nonprofit arts and culture organization, will hold Sugarbush Showcase. Plus, The Grey Eagle starts an all-ages Sunday music series, Frame It highlights local artists and Johnson Family hold Mother’s Day event.
Silas Durocher, Eleanor Underhill and Mike Martinez discuss their plans for what’s shaping up to be a productive musical season.
The Americana duo plays a benefit show for Asheville Music School on Feb. 17 at Streamside.
The intention behind the song is to celebrate families: It’s a time to come together and set our differences aside during this special time of year.
There’s just one more chance to catch the band onstage this year — at The Masonic Temple on Saturday, Sept. 1.
Recording sessions for the as-yet-untitled album will take the form of a pair of shows at The Altamont Theatre on Friday, Sept. 16.
This week’s roundup includes Car Seat Headrest, London Souls, Hard Bop Explosion and Underhill Rose.
Tyler Nail Trio opens for Underhill Rose’s CD release show at the Grey Eagle on Saturday, June 27, at 9 p.m.
SERFA is the Southeastern Regional chapter of The Folk Alliance International, an organization created to “preserve, promote, develop and celebrate the diverse heritage, of roots and indigenous music, dance, storytelling and related arts of the Southeastern United States.”
Local Flavor AVL co-founder Flori Pate recently launched a new project aimed at community progress through collaboration. Food Connection, which consolidates hunger and food waste by redirecting surplus edibles, will hold a kickoff fundraiser at the Altamont Theatre on Friday, March 13.
This weekend brings art, music, theater and more, with a host of opportunities to enjoy the warmth of summer. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-cost weekend events.
The local country soul trio headlines Jack of the Wood tomorrow (Friday, June 22). Remember why you love them by revisiting their gorgeous video for “Who Brought the Sun,” posted here.
This weekend, enjoy classic music, pay homage to Bob Marley, perform onstage or predict the weather. As always, these events will keep you entertained without breaking the bank.
Not everyone can make it home to be with family for the holidays. If you’re one of those lonely souls, we feel for you, we really do. So here’s an abridged rundown of budget-friendly events to keep you from drowning your sorrows in eggnog all weekend.
Halloween is over and and the crowds have subsided, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to end. As always, we’re here with a host of budget-friendly offerings, so shake off those November blues and get out on the town!