Check out the video submissions of the top four winning poets in the online version of Humans and Poetry's Asheville slam series.
The guys of Fireside Collective exude a powerful collective confidence that frames the questions about their future not as “What's next for us," but rather, “What isn’t?”
This is the true holiday spirit. A crowd full of young hippies and old rockers all jamming together to songs that we know and love.
"Robert Hunter’s lucid visions painted a landscape across my most formative years," says Josh Blake.
Asheville native Warren Haynes and his band kicked off the July Fourth holiday weekend in fine form by rocking the night away at Highland Brewing's Meadow Stage.
Cover and tribute gigs can represent a lucrative (by Asheville musician standards) way to play out on a regular basis.
It's 85 degrees and about a thousand percent humidity and we are all, literally, feeling the Bern.
Asheville musician Josh Blake will celebrate the release of his new album, "Nothing's In the Way," with a
Other Asheville shows coming up include Billy Strings, Rising Appalachia, Phosphorescent and Brie Capone.
The Punch Brothers are coming off a big Grammy Award win earlier this year.
Look for some surprise guests to be sitting in with Midnight North on Saturday night.
After four nights of incredible music, where do we go from here? Wherever the hell Warren Haynes wants to take us.
For all the attention on big national acts, the annual Christmas Jam is a giant spotlight on local talent.
Here's one: Dave Grohl playing "Play" live, for the first time ever.
On Saturday, both The Fritz are Emma's Lounge will be playing great shows in support of new music.
Emma's Lounge will celebrate the release of their latest album on Saturday at the Asheville Music Hall.
Also, the Marcus King Family Reunion will be held Friday and Saturday at Pisgah Brewing.
For all you West Asheville hippies, don't forget the Dirty Dead at UpCountry Brewing.
Also, Spiro and Nicole Nicolopolous are hoping to help create a scene of sober music fans to support each other while enjoying live music.
Saturday night The Rahm Squad, featuring Jaze Uries, is playing at One World West, and more.
Jam in the Trees pacs some great music into Friday and Saturday at Pisgah Brewing.
Also, Styrofoam Turtles are singlehandedly building a new grunge scene in Asheville, and they'll be playing with Sane Voids over at the Sly Grog on Friday night.
Also, The Bywater is the perfect place to while away a Sunday afternoon, especially with mandolin wizard Drew Matulich leading a bluegrass jam there.
Also, Alexa Rose at Catawba South Slope, The Resonant Rogues at The Mothlight in West Asheville, and much more.
Also check out Keegan Avery on Thursday night at One World West.
The Pilot Cove amphitheater in Brevard is one of the most picturesque settings for live music in Western North Carolina.
The new River Rats album has the feel of young local rockers all grown up.
Check out some of the great music that's on tap in Asheville this weekend.
Xpand Fest encapsulates the idea the idea that nothing like this can ever happen without an entire community coming together.
Also, Saturday is Xpand Fest, the big South Slope event featuring a ton of local music, arts and more.
A special event on Tuesday at the Sly Grog is also not to be missed.
David Byrne has taken us to another level.
Also, Jane Kramer and Free Planet Radio play the Diana Wortham Theatre.
Toubab Krewe plays two nights at the Ellington Underground in celebration of a long-awaited third album.
Also, check out the Travers Sunday Jam at Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain.
Also The Meadow, the outdoor venue at Highland Brewing, opens this weekend with a full slate of music.
Every month, the Alive Poets Society aims to empower others in the community to come out and read their writing.
The Jon Stickley Trio's show this weekend is their first local gig featuring a band's new drummer, Hunter Deacon.
I crash to the ground and bounce up, elbows in, shoulders out, and dive back into the mosh pit.
The Paper Crowns have been playing together for nearly a decade, and when you listen to them, you begin to understand why longevity matters.
It's shaping up to be another great weekend on the Asheville music scene.
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.
Greensky Bluegrass has a special connection with their fans that goes beyond the music.