Jesse Barry, the 17-year-old American Idol contestant from Asheville, got started as a singer at the tender age of 9.
Toilet humor, a guitar/cello duo, transport by goat, and arm wrestling have all risen to the top this week.
We’re not saying 17 year-old singer Jesse Barry is or isn’t a contestant on this season’s American Idol. We’re just saying tune in to FOX this Tuesday and Wednesday.
Students at Vance Elementary (with soloist Mars Mignon) perform Alabama’s “Angels Among Us.”
Blogger/videographer Thunder Pig takes a snowy drive through Macon and Jackson Counties, following the weekend’s blizzard.
This week, we explore Asheville’s SantaCon, “As You Like It” reinterpreted as a Western (and a silent movie to boot), the writing of Nathanael Roney, how MindShapeFist keep their hard-rock dream alive … and more.
This week’s creme de la creme: World-class didgeridoo/drumming, a postmodern “how to pick up women,” clogging, a motorcycle vlog, the Asheville Community Band, plus Wayne Robbins & The Hellsayers.
Time-lapse video shots looking down from Craggy Gardens on oceanic clouds depict their energy and feel as they roil and flow up against the mountainsides and sometimes over the ridges. Audio track by Dep.
How Echo Mountain Recording Studio records a song, an historic look at Ben Lippen School, a comedy entitled “Homecoming Wars,” an absurdist, gypsy, metal, folk, funk, punk take on “Bella Ciao” … and more!
The YouTube view of this week’s Asheville: belly dancing, vlogs, stand-up comedy, extreme urban mountain biking and … poetry.
Asheville’s weekly video roundup: Tomato Tuesdays (stand-up comedy) at the New French Bar, an Irish music jam at Jack of the Wood, Helen’s (haunted) Bridge by daylight, the recent Twestival explained, and the unfinite possibilities of the Ahleuchatistas.
High velocity wraslin’, an interview with Tourist baseball manager Chris Smith, Rastafarianism explained, a locally produced TV soap opera … and that’s not all!
Fireworks, a 48-hour Film Fest winner, hula hoops, a blacksmith musician — are some of this week’s video harvest.
This week: Jello-O wrestling, protesting a power plant, a tense moment at URTV’s board meeting, the Faces of Asheville and more.
Morris dancing, Pritchard Park drumming, Tommy “Trauma” Sauer fights Michael Hueser … and seeking a cool name for this weekly blog of Asheville-based videos.
Here’s your video preview of the Dec. 10 issue of the Mountain Xpress.
Asheville-based production company See No Evil films wins a Latin Grammy.
Here’s a sneak preview at what’s coming up in the Aug. 20 edition of Mountain Xpress.
Here’s a look at what’s coming up in Wednesday’s edition of Mountain Xpress.