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.
Look for more comedy shows, more late-night dance parties and the quality music programming fans have grown to love.
Check out Billy Strings.
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.
Leave a comment on this post and you’ll be entered to win two tickets to see Talib Kweli at The Orange Peel in Asheville on New Year’s Eve, Saturday, Dec. 31. Kweli is a hip-hop artist who has been on the scene for about 20 years, and is known as much for his solo work as for his collaborations. This[Read More…]
The Nth Power is mainstay in the funk and jam scenes across the country.
Ben Phan recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to record a new album in 2017.
Music on the Fly, part pop-up concert and party podcast, brings live local music to the airport every month.
Both bands are known for their exciting live performances.
DJ Marley Carroll will be spinning the dance music all night long.
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.”
Awolnation comes in at number 10.
Holly Bowling was also one of the bright stars of the night.
Time’s running out, but it’s not too late to support these great Asheville musicians.
The free, outdoor mini-festival will raise money and awareness for victims of the devastating wildfires in Gatlinburg.
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…]
The concert also raises money for a great cause, the Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity.
With “Never Twice,” Waterhouse has one of the smoothest records of the year.