On this edition of Soundcheck AVL, Bella’s Bartok stops buy HORSE + HERO in downtown Asheville to hang out with our very own Caleb Calhoun and give us a preview of their upcoming show at the One Stop on 3/24/17. Bella’s Bartok HORSE + HERO Soundcheck AVL Playlist
Your first exposure to this circus punk band might be an accident, but your next five shows certainly will not.
Both women open up and invite you to feel what they feel.
David Earl’s show is set for Saturday at Isis Music Hall, while The Moon and You will celebrate at N.C. Stage on Sunday.
Cedric Burnside, Whiskey Shivers, Sonny Knight & The Lakers, The Northside Gentlemen and more fill out the lineup.
Secret Agent 23 Skidoo will hold an EP release show at The Orange Peel on Sunday.
Tellico will play The Altamont Theatre on Friday.
This is Emma’s Lounge, a magical place where everyone is accepted for who they are.
Ben Sollee comes by for a chat and some cello music.
The Jon Stickley Trio stops by Ashvegas for a Soundcheck with our very own Caleb Calhoun. The Trio plays this Friday at the Grey Eagle.
A variety of music and other performances are scheduled, featuring stars including Midori and Secret Agent 23 Skidoo.
Whitney Shroyer is bringing “Soul Night” to Broadway’s every Wednesday for the month of March.
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.
The Asheville Symphony could hire its first woman music director.
Maradeen, a Nashville-based quintet, recently won a contest to open for Bon Jovi.
The win validated the work of a host of musicians who have pursued their art and their music in Asheville for years.
This year’s festival also includes: Jon Stickley Trio, The Screaming J’s, Unifire Theater, Les Amis, Ashley Heath & Her Heathens and more.
Exploring the cultural phenomenon of snapping photos of dread-locked, drugged-out music fans and sharing them online.
A modest home on Brevard Road was once a destination for music-lovers around the world who sought a taste of bluegrass.
The Mantras aim to tell a different story will every show they play.
A Primus show has already sold out, while tickets for St. Paul and the Broken Bones and Mac DeMarco go on sale Friday.