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The Inaugural Jam In The Trees Takes Place at Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain

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The inaugural Jam In The Trees takes place at Pisgah Brewing Company in Black Mountain, NC on Friday and Saturday, August 26-27, 2016 as a gathering of folks for the purpose of celebrating great music, beer, and community for a good cause!

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Son Lux Plays Asheville At The Mothlight

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Son Lux has never been easy to pin down. The project, founded by New York's Ryan Lott, began as a solo exploration of the jagged, icy line between the strange and the familiar, in which sonic structures supplant the conventions of pop form. Over the last eight years, though, the name has taken on myriad meanings, just as the work has subsumed sounds and collaborators. Son Lux has been: both remixer and remixed (from Nico Muhly to Zeds Dead); beatsmith for rap's left field (à la Busdriver); film scorer (The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby); one-third of the Sisyphus supergroup (with Sufjan Stevens and Serengeti); and orchestrator of collaborations (heard on Lott's albums) with artists as far ranging as Lorde and Chris Thile.

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Outer Spaces To Stop in Asheville Ahead of Album Release

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Baltimore based Outer Spaces has quite the year ahead of them.

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Dream come true: Andrew Scotchie and the River Rats to open for legendary Drivin n Cryin

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Opening for a band who inspired you is not something many musicians get to do in their lifetime.

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Flat Rock Playhouse Resumes Music On The Rock With The Music of The Eagles

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Flat Rock Playhouse will resume its 2016 Music on the Rock concert series with The Music of The Eagles on May 12th at the Playhouse Downtown.  This highly requested tribute will feature such hits as Hotel California, Witchy Woman, Take It to the Limit, Desperado and many others.

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Isis Restaurant and Music Hall Announces Free Community Concert Series

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Isis Restaurant and Music Hall will host a series of free outdoor concerts throughout the summer.

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Live Animals Announces MalLabel Release

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After dropping his debut EP ARRIVAL last September, Asheville producer Live Animals brings you ECHOES, a five-track EP slated for release on June 2 on MalLabel Music.

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Shindig On The Green Benefit Concert

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One of the area’s most beloved and authentic cultural traditions, Shindig on the Green presents the “BBQ & Bluegrass” annual fundraising concert, an evening of traditional bluegrass, Saturday, April 23rd, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. in the Rainbow Community Center Auditorium. The Folk Heritage Committee’s annual fundraiser features Roger Howell & Friends, The Midnight Plowboys and Rhiannon & The Relics. The fundraising concert is a key element in securing necessary funding for the free and beloved Shindig on the Green summer Saturday evenings in Asheville.

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Teen Trio Posh Hammer To Release 6 Track EP in May

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LISTEN: To first single, "Absolutely Everyone", HERE

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The Honeycutters Release 4th Studio Album May 20th

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The Honeycutters have a voice you can’t ignore; a voice of persistence, of struggle and of hope, a voice that leads the new music movement erupting out of Asheville, NC. Poised to release their 4th studio album On The Ropes May 20, 2016 on Organic Records, Nashville’s Music City Roots’ Craig Havighurst says principal songwriter and frontwoman, Amanda Anne Platt “has a voice that’s complex, sweet and aching. Even more potently, she writes songs that folks are citing as up there with the best of the field, such as Mary Gauthier and Lucinda Williams.” Along with Platt, The Honeycutters are Rick Cooper (electric and upright bass), Josh Milligan (drums and vocal harmonies), Matt Smith (pedal steel and electric guitar), and Tal Taylor (mandolin). On The Ropes was produced by Amanda Anne Platt and Tim Surrett and engineered and mastered by Van Atkins at Crossroads Studios in Arden, NC.

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