Your first exposure to this circus punk band might be an accident, but your next five shows certainly will not.
Articles by: Caleb Calhoun
Both women open up and invite you to feel what they feel.
Tellico will play The Altamont Theatre on Friday.
This is Emma’s Lounge, a magical place where everyone is accepted for who they are.
Both bands offer up messages of love and acceptance through their music.
Window Cat, a prog-jazz band from Asheville, teams up with neo/funk/soul band Dynamo from Nashville for the West Asheville show.
Maradeen, a Nashville-based quintet, recently won a contest to open for Bon Jovi.
Exploring the cultural phenomenon of snapping photos of dread-locked, drugged-out music fans and sharing them online.
The Mantras aim to tell a different story will every show they play.
By Caleb Calhoun (Act 1) The car, a late-90’s Taurus, is already running when we arrive. The driver, although cordial, is clearly uneasy. He holds the door for Dr. Mack, Ms. Mariposa, and myself as we climb in, unsure as to what exactly we have gotten ourselves into. Then noises from the trunk. Banging and shouting and chaos and confusion.[Read More…]
Krasno’s “Blood from a Stone,” released last year, deftly melds the vintage and the contemporary.
Lotus will play a two-night run at The Orange Peel in Asheville this weekend.
Backup Planet has been relentless about touring, and they’re planning an even bigger 2017.
The band, which formed in Ohio and relocated to Asheville, is ready for a big show at Isis Music Hall.
An album release show from The Infamous Stringdusters, with Billy Strings opening. It doesn’t get much better than this if you’re a bluegrass fan.
Runaway Gin captures the playful side of Phish’s music as perfectly as one can and ties the well-executed songs together with original jams and segues.
Jane Kramer and a band full of Asheville all-stars, will perform Saturday at the Grey Eagle.
The Nth Power is mainstay in the funk and jam scenes across the country.
Both bands are known for their exciting live performances.
Crisp country and progressive old-grass should make for a great combination.
The chemistry between Bob Weir and Alison Krauss brought electric new life to the Grateful Dead’s “Peggy-O.”
Holly Bowling was also one of the bright stars of the night.
Caleb Calhoun I came into the night tittering like a school girl. Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe with special guest Jimmy Herring (Widespread Panic guitarist) at New Mountain AVL last week was enough to get me pumped. The addition of local hotshots The Digs to the lineup provided an extra shot of adrenaline. This was, I suspected, going to be a night to remember.[Read More…]