DJ Oso will be spinning kid-friendly tunes for this wintertime dance party for kids.
Billy Strings wowed crowds at Merlefest earlier this year. He returns to Asheville on Friday for another high-energy show.
The late-night night dance parties at The Admiral restaurant in West Asheville will stop at the end of the year. It’s the end of one of Asheville’s most beloved late-night dance traditions. The dance parties at the Admiral started up in 2007, about the same time that West Asheville’s comeback started and the city’s food scene began to get wider[Read More…]
The first ever Fritzgiving was a show for the ages.
By Caleb Calhoun How exactly does one come up with a band name like Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad? To be honest, with music this good and a vibe this chill, it’s hard to even care. Seriously, it’s hard to care about anything other than dancing when they are playing. This post-election Saturday night, that seems like a damn fine[Read More…]
The Asheville-based funk band, with two new records in the works and a growing fan base, has a lot to be thankful for these days.
During their show, the indie rockers out of Nashville performed “Hallelujah” in honor of Leonard Cohen’s passing.
There’s so much great music in town! Don’t forget Bob Dylan and Mavis Staples, of course.
After 30 years, it all comes down to one thing for Rob Pollard and his bandmates: having fun.
Win tickets to see Lucius!
The lineup for the Warren Haynes Christmas Jam show in Asheville includes Gov’t Mule, Bob Weir, Michael McDonald, Jamey Johnson, Alison Krauss and more.
The new monthly series starts tonight.
Asheville has incredible musical talent. Here’s a sampling.
The music includes local musicians Andrew Scotchie, Pierce Edens, David Earle and more.
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.”