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New Earth Muziq To Purchase Asheville Music Hall

Asheville Music Hall is now New Earth Musiq

New Earth MUZIQ is excited to announce the recent acquisition of Asheville Music Hall. To celebrate the grand opening of New Mountain Asheville’s new sister venue, New Earth MUZIQ will host a free “Time Machine Party” with Ben Lovett at Asheville Music Hall on Saturday, January 10th.

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Tellico Enters Recording Studio After Successful Kickstarter Campaign

tellico band

Tellico is happy to announce their Kickstarter campaign was successfully funded and they will be heading into the studio at the turn of the year to record their debut album. Based in Asheville NC with it’s thriving roots music scene, the quartet combines some of the finest voices, songs and instrumental prowess in western North Carolina and beyond. Tellico features the singing and songwriting of Anya Hinkle (guitar, fiddle, vocals) and Stig Stiglets (bass, vocals) with Aaron Ballance on dobro and Jed Willis on mandolin and clawhammer banjo.

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The Omni Grove Park Inn’s 2015 Winter Concert Series Headliners Announced

the grove park inn

We got an email from The Grove Park Inn discussing the Winter Concert Series headliners for 2015. Can you believe that next year is right around the corner? Kick off your new year to a great start by enjoying some talented musicians from a number of genres. Find out more in the press release below: 

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Acoustic Syndicate’s Annual Thanksgiving Show Set For Sat 11/29 at The Grey Eagle

Acoustic Syndicate Performs in the Southeast This Fall
Annual Thanksgiving Homecoming Show Set for Nov 29th at The Grey Eagle in Asheville

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Blue Ridge Music Trails Family Traditions Concert in Black Mountain

Music is part of the family for the performers at the Blue Ridge Music Trails "Traditions” Concert, set for Saturday, November 29, at 7:30 pm at the White Horse Black Mountain Music Hall in Black Mountain. This concert, “Family Traditions,” showcases the talents of two duos for whom the traditional music of the NC mountains and foothills has long been an integral part of their lives. One might say music is in their blood.

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Flow Tribe Comes to Asheville Music Hall

"Back-bone cracking music." That's how the New Orleans natives in Flow Tribe describe their sound. It's a groove-based gumbo, a mixture of classic Louisiana traditions (funk, jazz, electric blues) and modern-day influences (rock, hip-hop). It's music that moves. Music that hits you in the heart and the feet. Music that sounds as celebratory as the Big Easy itself.

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Newly Formed Asheville Band, Tellico, Raises $7500 In A Day For Debut Album

Tellico is the most recent product of Asheville NC's thriving roots music scene, its members well schooled in bluegrass but with an unbridled organic Appalachiacana sound, and they are excited to be debuting an album in 2015. Tellico features the singing and songwriting of Anya Hinkle (guitar, fiddle, vocals) and Stig Stiglets (bass, vocals) with Aaron Ballance on dobro, as well as Jed Willis on mandolin and clawhammer banjo. After playing together late last year, three former members of the Asheville bands Dehlia Low (Anya, Aaron, and Stig) and Town Mountain (Jed) decided the combination of so much history together and the excitement of a new project was so compelling that they decided to form Tellico.

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Angela James at The Mothlight 10/26/14

Chicago-based singer-songwriter Angela James released her debut LP, Way Down Deep, on Tuesday, October 21. You can preview her music by visiting bandcamp: https://angelajames.bandcamp.com/album/way-down-deep

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Runner of the Woods at Jack of the Wood Sat 10/25/14

Runner of the Woods Performs at Jack of the Wood on Sat 10/25
Featuring The Doc Marshalls’ Nicolas Beaudoing
Show 10:30pm; $5
(828) 252-5445
95 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
www.jackofthewood.com

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Digfest 2014 Photos: Part One

Digfest - the Downtown Independent Groove festival - has come and gone. Are you pining for more local music already? Wanting to relive the great memories? Check out the photos we grabbed from the event, and pine away. If you missed the festival this year, keep your eyes peeled for the 2015 festival. Be sure and support these local bands and check out them out during their next show. 

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