The Wood Brothers, Nicki Bluhm, Greg Brown, Beth Wood, Darrell Scott and Aaron Burdett is just some of the songwriting talent that will be on stage for the event.
The Haywood Road venue will be focused on weddings and events, as well as being a neighborhood listening room.
Two songwriters half a world apart collaborated on a heartrending "Valentine."
Graham Sharp of the Steep Canyon Rangers talks about the band's path from breaking into bluegrass circles to crafting one of its biggest local shows, set for Saturday at ExploreAsheville Arena.
The Tedeschi Trucks Band: gritty and gospel, technically superb and mindfully magic.
More music news includes updates on Jon Stickley Trio, Get Right Band, Moog Music and much more.
The concert will feature new versions of both Phan's and Rose’s original songs.
The Altamont Theatre, one of the best listening rooms in Asheville, will shut its doors for good at the end of the year.
Also, Bela Fleck will hold his first-ever banjo camp in the mountains, Toubab Krewe prepares to launch a new album and tour, and much more.
Warren Haynes with Jake Shimaburoko. Warren Haynes with the Avett Brothers. Warren Haynes with Trey Anastasio. Warren Haynes with Ann Wilson. It was an incredible night.
Yellow Feather will perform Saturday at Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain, along with singer-songwriter Taylor Martin.
Gladys Knight, Dionne Warwick, Little Big Town and Lyric take the stage in a collaborative love-fest that wows a sold-out Thomas Wolfe Auditorium.
The annual Warren Haynes Christmas Jam is a big fundraiser for the Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity.
Greensky Bluegrass has a special connection with their fans that goes beyond the music.
The electro-pop duo from Durham is pushing the limits of what popular music can be, and they're quite comfortable doing it.
The first-ever Marcus King Band Family Reunion brings together regional musicians that in a line-up that King himself curated.
Natural Born Leaders' music has been variously described as gumbo funk, neo-soul, roots rock and hip-hop.
The Tuesday Night Funk Jam starts promptly at 11 p.m. and has featured a host of local and out-of-town talent.
The music video tells a quintessentially Asheville story about a man's quest to get back to nature.
The show will include performances by Little Big Town, Asheville's own Lyric and more.
Liberty Circus is preconception demolition.
Independent Arts and Music Asheville produces the show with Echo Mountain Studios and UNC-TV.
Krisko, who fronts the Asheville-based band The Broadcast, is known for her dynamic vocals.
This was night to marvel at the wizardry of master musicians.
Corey Feldman is doing what creators do - making beautiful and original things and finding new ways to bring people together.
She'll be backed by the super-talented Asheville musicians Chris Rosser, Eliot Wadopian and River Guerguerian, (Free Planet Radio), as well as Billy Cardine.
Cody Wright fully believes that if you can dream it, you can do it.
More music from Free Planet Radio, Billy Jonas Band, The Paper Crowns, and more.
If you're between the ages of 15 and 28 and think you've got what it takes, you can audition for "American Idol" in person and/or online.
Also, music from Andrew Scotchie and the River Rats, The Get Right Band, Midnight Snack, Resonant Rogues, Laura Blackley and more.
Music highlights include Empire Strikes Brass, Midnight Snack, Axxas/Abraxas, The Nude Party, RBTS Win, Doc Aquatic and more.
Ben Phan and the Soul Symphony held a successful crowdfunding campaign last year to pave the way for "Fear is the Teacher."
The world premier of Emma’s Lounge new music video – Shakin’ & Swayin’, exclusively on Ashvegas.
Madison County-based singer-songwriter Pierce Edens' fifth album is his most fully-realized record yet, offering his trademark mix of folk, rock, grime and scratch.
The universality that is LEAF has welcomed one more consciousness to it.
The rain, the cold and the mud did nothing but add to a festive celebration of the event's 20th anniversary.
The May 18 show, which will be hosted by another fantastic musician, Gary Jules, who lives in Asheville, promises to be a special night.
Check out these videos of three great Asheville musicians.
Stephanie Morgan is back after the intensely public break-up of her previous band, Stephaniesid.
The featured music will showcase teachers and students covering The Beatles’ "Magical Mystery Tour" album in its entirety with full instrumentation.
The band brings its unique blend of funk, jazz, and jam to bear in such a way that listeners usually end up dancing their asses off.