Flynn's new album is as much a relevant commentary on the current national and global upheaval that we humans find ourselves in as it is a personal statement about rooting down in small mountain town.
Also, the talented Maggie Valley Band releases a new EP, and more
The bands include BoogiTherapi with Ryan RNB Barber, Jane Kramer and Matt Smith, Peggy Ratusz & Daddy LongLegs, Lyric, Joe Lasher, Funk Jam House Band, Fireside Collective and Empire Strikes Brass.
The JetStream Music Festival will feature Asheville songstress Jane Kramer, the first musician featured in the four-year-old Music on the Fly program at the Asheville Regional Airport.
Listen to "Crazy Alonge (Quarantine)", Asheville musician Morgan Geer's melancholy meditation on isolation during the novel coronavirus.
The Christy Lynn Band will celebrate the release of their debut album, "Sweetheart of the Radio," on Thursday at The Mothlight in West Asheville, along with Brody Hunt & The Handfulls.
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.
Ty Gilpin, Unspoken Tradition's mandolin player and the song's writer, talks about the song, its message and the traditions of mountain music.
This year’s grand prize winner will receive a fully funded six-song EP, recorded and mixed at Asheville own Echo Mountain Recording Studios, and more.
The Lady Folk showcase will feature Whitney Moore of Queen Bee and the Honeylovers; Jane Kramer; and Christy Barrett of the Christy Lynn Band.
In this 50th anniversary year of Woodstock, one of its special stars is set to play a house concert series Nov. 16 and 17.
Kitty Tsunami and Self-Help will join The Nude Party on stage for the Wednesday evening show.
"Robert Hunter’s lucid visions painted a landscape across my most formative years," says Josh Blake.
The first lineup announcement will come at International Bluegrass Music Association World of Bluegrass festivities in Raleigh in late September.
The show will be hosted by pianist David Troy Francis and will several Asheville-area performers.
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.
The Confluence music festival and conference, set for August, features some key talent from the Asheville music industry scene.
The history of the Orange Peel location begins with its 1946 construction as a roller rink and extends through its time as a soul and R&B club, an auto parts warehouse and current-day.
Nashville singer-songwriter Gretchen Peters will play a concert at Isis Music Hall on June 22, with Asheville singer-songwriter Jane Kramer opening.
Cover and tribute gigs can represent a lucrative (by Asheville musician standards) way to play out on a regular basis.
The show is Thursday at Isis Music Hall in West Asheville.
The festival is a benefit for the Cindy Platt Boys and Girls Club of Transylvania.
Asheville musician Josh Blake will celebrate the release of his new album, "Nothing's In the Way," with a
First-place winners took home a $600 cash prize and were award performances at Merlefest, which draws tens of thousands of fans each year to Wilkesboro.
The event includes a number of musical performances, as well as a silent auctions. Proceeds benefit Asheville Music School and its growing outreach and scholarship programs.
Other Asheville shows coming up include Billy Strings, Rising Appalachia, Phosphorescent and Brie Capone.
Other Asheville bands featured at Xpand Fest this year include: Emma’s Lounge, Sirius. B, The Snozzberries, The Digs, Eleanor Underhill & Friends, Upland Drive and more.
The Punch Brothers are coming off a big Grammy Award win earlier this year.
It was a transcendent night.
This Asheville musician, mom and former Marine is excited about a forthcoming new album.
The Steep Canyon Rangers are coming off a rare break at the end of 2018 and are ready to take on the new year.
Kyle Petty and David Childers are set to perform on Saturday at the White Horse Black Mountain.
Singer-songwriter Dave Desmelik penned one of the most powerful Asheville albums of 2018; it's a record about childhood illness.
River Whyless, with Horsefeathers, will help fans ease out of 2018 and usher in 2019.
Look for some surprise guests to be sitting in with Midnight North on Saturday night.
Marley Carroll is this weekend's unofficial musical emcee; he's got an album release show Friday at The Mothlight and he's DJing an annual hometown dance party Saturday at Grey Eagle.
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.
Tickets are on sale now for the Women in Music show on Jan. 6 at Isis Music Hall in West Asheville.
Malcolm Holcombe says he's upset by what he sees happening around him, but by the grace of his fans and his wife's mashed potatoes, he perseveres.