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.
Asheville musician Josh Blake will celebrate the release of his new album, "Nothing's In the Way," with a
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.
Time's running out, but it's not too late to support these great Asheville musicians.
The Friday night party will include performances by a burlesque performer, a bellydancer, puppeteers and much more.
Also, Burial Beer is hiring a brewer, a new Asheville chapter of Click and Drink starts, and more.
Levy's first solo rock art show in Asheville is up at Pulp. There's a grand opening party Saturday.
Sexton and the Cardinal Sons were recording at Asheville's Echo Mountain Studios thanks to Gar Ragland and his NewSong Music label.
From Something Else!, which calls the album brilliant. Here’s a tidbit: Credit Justin Townes Earle for refusing to stick with the tried and true, even after his critically acclaimed 2010 release Harlem River Blues shot ...