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Dirty Logic Returns to Asheville Music Hall 3/16/19

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Comprised of an all-star cast with some of Asheville’s best musicians, Dirty Logic is the 12-piece musical party and Steely Dan Tribute band that brings together not only Steely Dan fans but musical lovers of all ages and backgrounds for a unique and incredible musical experience. With 12 people on stage including 3 powerful vocalists, a full rhythm section, keyboard, 2 guitars, and a horn section of tenor saxophone, trombone, trumpet, and baritone saxophone, their sound is strong, soulful, and extremely energetic.

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Isis Restaurant & Music Hall Rolls Out New Sushi Pop-Up

Every Wednesday, Chef Jeffrey Porter will fuse his creative Asian-Fusion background with local and regional ingredients to roll out Sushi on the West Side at Isis Restaurant & Music Hall.  

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Asheville Symphony Announces 10-Day Lineup for 2019 Asheville Amadeus

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The Asheville Symphony is pleased to announce the event lineup for the 2019 Asheville Amadeus festival, a 10-day multi-genre Mozart-inspired event fit for all tastes and ages. Kicking off on Friday, March 15 and ending with a bang on Sunday, March 24, the festival spans multiple Asheville venues, features collaborations with local favorites like Burial Beer Co. and joins forces with all-star musicians such as Gov’t Mule front man and GRAMMY Award-winning vocalist, songwriter, producer and revered guitarist Warren Haynes.

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Asheville Symphony welcomes Orion Weiss, Shai Wosner for dazzling Piano Recital

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On Friday, March 8, Asheville Symphony welcomes star pianists Orion Weiss and Shai Wosner for a dazzling piano recital of works for two pianos or four hands at Central United Methodist Church in downtown Asheville. The performance begins at 8 p.m.

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Asheville Symphony presents Beethoven’s timeless Pastoral Symphony

The Asheville Symphony brings Beethoven’s love letter to nature to life with a performance of the Pastoral Symphony on Saturday, February 23 at 8 p.m. Led by guest conductor Mei-Ann Chen, the evening also features Kodály’s Dances of Galánta and Dvořák’s Violin Concerto with guest violinist Alexi Kenney. The concert takes place at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium in downtown Asheville.

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STIG and Chachuba Pair Up for 6-Night Southeast Run in February

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Asheville-based progressive jazz funk fusion band STIG and Chicago-based jamtronic electro-funk band Chachuba kick off their 6-night run through the Southeast on February 15th at The One Stop in Asheville, North Carolina, followed by shows in Tucker, Georgia; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Knoxville, Tennessee; Athens, Georgia; and Franklin, North Carolina. For jam band make-you-dance, funk music lovers, catching this pairing at a stage near you is a must!

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ISIS Music Hall Welcomes Americana Legend David Bromberg

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Although you wouldn’t guess it, there is a common thread that links The Beastie Boys, George Harrison, The Eagles, Willie Nelson, Carly Simon, Jerry Garcia, and Bob Dylan. A link other than fame, of course.

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Sure Sure Debuts New Single; Plays Orange Peel

Indie pop band from LA, Sure Sure just released their sharp and charismatic new single Idiot today via Ghettoblaster Magazine. As the band explains with their trademark humor, “‘Idiot’ is about judging a person from afar and then realizing you are that person. It's also about embracing your dysfunctionality and ripping a guitar solo.”

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KIERAN KANE AND RAYNA GELLERT PERFORM AT THE GREY EAGLE JANUARY 10 2019

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Kieran Kane and Rayna Gellert will perform at The Grey Eagle located at 185 Clingman Avenue in Asheville, North Carolina on Thursday, January 10.

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Amy McCarley Performs at Isis Music Hall on Wednesday, January 30 2019

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With poignant and thought provoking lyrics, Amy McCarley finds balance in a new perspective with MECO, her 3rd studio album due out February 8, 2019. After collaborating in writing new songs with Bluebird Cafe round-mate and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer, Pat Alger, McCarley returned to the studio with esteemed colleagues, co-producers Kenny Vaughan & George Bradfute to work on MECO, her highly anticipated follow up to 2014’s Jet Engines. MECO was recorded and mixed by Bradfute in his Tone Chaparral Studios in Madison, Tennessee and mastered by Jim DeMain at Yes Master Studios in Nashville.

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