FeedBands is a crowdsourced record label that also literally feeds bands with food it grows on its Fairview farm.
Kat Williams has been a staple on the Asheville music scene for nearly two decades.
Music for the event includes members of Tellico and Rod Picott.
The panel discussion will be held at the Grey Eagle.
Check out this weekend’s show at The Altamont Theatre, one of Asheville’s best, most-intimate listening rooms.
In the song, Scotchie plays tribute to his late father.
James McMurtry plays the Grey Eagle on Friday, July 22. The show starts at 8 p.m.
The show will feature some of Asheville’s most talented musicians, including River Guerguerian and guitarist Chris Rosser ofFree Planet Radio, Will Beasley and Billy Cardine.
Robert Earl Keen plays at Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain tonight.
An audience Q&A with Ben Lovett will follow the film screening of “Synchronicity.”
The Friday night party will include performances by a burlesque performer, a bellydancer, puppeteers and much more.
Your quick video guide to what’s happening around Asheville the weekend of June 24.
It all starts on July Fourth weekend out at Warren Wilson College.
Abby the Spoon Lady says she opposes the latest city proposal for regulating street performances.
“We’re constantly looking for sounds that make you feel something,” Isakov says.
The String Cheese Incident is also in the process of recording a new studio album.
Also, LEAF SoulTown Review, The Broadcast, Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, AJ Ghent Band, Les Amis and much more.
Boz Scaggs and Michael McDonald have also been added to the summer concert series at the Biltmore Estate.
The June 21 show will benefit the Asheville nonprofit, which helps indigent people with legal services.
Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, who launched his kid-hop career in Asheville, has a new album out in July.
The venue will feature live music, art, and refreshments and will be filled with new and vintage guitars, banjos and other instruments.
Live, local music at the Asheville Regional Airport.
The band, still rocking hard as ever, plays the Grey Eagle in Asheville on Friday.
Jules appeared unannounced at Asheville Pizza and Brewing and sang “Mad World” before two showings of the cult classic “Donnie Darko.”