Steep Canyon Rangers
The first lineup announcement will come at International Bluegrass Music Association World of Bluegrass festivities in Raleigh in late September.
Also, Axeville Throwing Club is planning to open a second location in south Asheville, and much more.
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.
The Steep Canyon Rangers host this annual festival, which benefits the Cindy Platt Boys and Girls Club of Transylvania County.
Graham Sharp of the Steep Canyon Rangers talks about the band's path from breaking into bluegrass circles to crafting one of its biggest local shows, set for Saturday at ExploreAsheville Arena.
Also, the first Songsmith Gathering in Brevard in April will feature music by The Wood Brothers, Darrell Scott, Sarah Siskind, Beth Wood and more.
More music news includes updates on Jon Stickley Trio, Get Right Band, Moog Music and much more.
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.
Jackson Underground Cafe has quietly opened in downtown Asheville, and much more.
Also, the Magnetic Theatre has ousted its artistic director, and much more.
Also, the city's development office is overwhelmed with work and limiting hours, and much more.
Remember when World Cafe came to town?
Also, Parsec Financial in Asheville recently acquired a Tryon firm, and more.
The "Asheville Symphony Sessions: Volume 1" will be released later this year.
Kramer will celebrate the release of her second CD with a host of fellow Asheville musicians.
Sam Wharton is a local bluegrass musician who worked at Greenlife. His friends and family have launched a crowd-funding effort to raise money for medical bills.
The release of the video this week coincides with a $50,000 fundraising push to fund improvements at Graveyard Fields.
The Grammy winners will headline the new four-day festival that will feature music, theater, local artists and more.
Fans revel in Rangers songs, which are an integral part of the soundtrack to life in Western North Carolina.
The Sept. 13-14 festival will also include Shawn Camp, Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn and Tim and Mollie O'Brien.
A New York theater company is producing a new musical set in the Blue Ridge mountains.
The Steep Canyon Rangers, with Steve and Edie, will be on Letterman tonight and The View tomorrow.
Two records with Asheville connections take home Grammys.
Congrats to Echo Mountain Studios, The Avett Brothers, Zac Brown Band and Asheville's own Steep Canyon Rangers.