Ty Gilpin, Unspoken Tradition's mandolin player and the song's writer, talks about the song, its message and the traditions of mountain music.
Tina & Her Pony are set to play their indy Appalachian folks music at Ambrose West at 7 p.m. on Friday, with Laura Blackley opening.
Woody Platt offered the duo a slot at this weekend's Mountain Song Festival after seeing them performing at the Asheville Regional Airport's monthly music series called Music on the Fly.
Max Gross Weight, a rock trio that includes Bradley J. Carter, Dakota Waddell and Cody Britton, plans to issue a new EP this summer.
During their show, the indie rockers out of Nashville performed "Hallelujah" in honor of Leonard Cohen's passing.
In gut-wrenching detail, lead singer Stephanie Morgan details what's led to the break up of one of Asheville's most beloved bands.
The show is Feb. 23 at The Grey Eagle.
The deadline for submissions is March 13.
A young, hungry Asheville band heads to LA in a few days to rub elbows with music industry pros.
The second annual Band-Aid Race and Fun Run is set for March 1. Money raised at the run will be used to replace instruments purchased in the '80s.
Clingman Cafe will donate 10 percent of proceeds to the band.