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 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.
Also, Asheville's poetry slam scene is experiencing a resurgence, and more.
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.
The show is set for Dec. 9 at The Grey Eagle, and will feature Amanda Anne Platt, Shannon Whitworth, Laura Blackley, Jane Kramer and many more.
Ashley Heath, Lyric and Juan Holladay are just a few of the musicians set to play this benefit for MANNA FoodBank.
Music on the Fly brings live, local music to the Asheville airport once a month.
Max Gross Weight, a rock trio that includes Bradley J. Carter, Dakota Waddell and Cody Britton, plans to issue a new EP this summer.
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.
Look for a series of "farewell to The Altamont" shows before the venue closes.
Another edition of the Great American Strip-Off, an Ashley English book release party and local CD release events by Aaron Burdett and Skunk Ruckus are also on tap.
Check out these videos of three great Asheville musicians.
It’s that weekend, y’all! We’ve got a great roundup of events for you. Read on to find one that’s perfect for you. Thursday, 4/13 Stupid F*cking Bird @ Magnetic 375 Opens Thursday (through Saturday) at 7:30 The award-winning ...
David Earl's show is set for Saturday at Isis Music Hall, while The Moon and You will celebrate at N.C. Stage on Sunday.
Cedric Burnside, Whiskey Shivers, Sonny Knight & The Lakers, The Northside Gentlemen and more fill out the lineup.
The win validated the work of a host of musicians who have pursued their art and their music in Asheville for years.
Look for more comedy shows, more late-night dance parties and the quality music programming fans have grown to love.
Ben Phan recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to record a new album in 2017.
Music on the Fly, part pop-up concert and party podcast, brings live local music to the airport every month.
Sue Ford has been leading a middle school marimba band for the past 12 years.
The downtown shop was Asheville's longest-lived independent music shop.
During their show, the indie rockers out of Nashville performed "Hallelujah" in honor of Leonard Cohen's passing.
From Veteran's Day to the fall version of the River Arts District Studio Stroll, there's lots happening this weekend.
Asheville has incredible musical talent. Here's a sampling.
FeedBands is a crowdsourced record label that also literally feeds bands with food it grows on its Fairview farm.
What up, Asheville? If you love the weekend like we do, you’ll love our roundup of weekend events! We also have a special announcement about Underground Sound: The Path to Music Video Asheville. We are so ...
Music for the event includes members of Tellico and Rod Picott.
In the song, Scotchie plays tribute to his late father.
James McMurtry plays the Grey Eagle on Friday, July 22. The show starts at 8 p.m.
It's an evening full of comedy, acrobatics, juggling, live music and burlesque.
The Friday night party will include performances by a burlesque performer, a bellydancer, puppeteers and much more.
Your quick video guide to what's happening around Asheville the weekend of June 24.
It all starts on July Fourth weekend out at Warren Wilson College.
Live, local music at the Asheville Regional Airport.
Central United Methodist Church has amazing acoustics and can seat 800 people, according to Orange Peel officials.
Also, Asheville-area hotel occupancy rates were up again in February of this year compared to February 2015, and more.