Isis Music Hall is proud to host an evening of homegrown North Carolina music, co-presented by Yep Roc Records and The Oxford American magazine. This special night of intimate collaborations, led by North Carolina singer-songwriter Tift Merritt, is part of a “Statewide Singing Circle” produced in celebration of The Oxford America’s twentieth annual Southern Music issue, featuring North Carolina music. The musical statewide celebration also includes literary readings from the current issue. The tour stops at Isis Music Hall, Fri., Nov. 30 at 8:30 p.m.
“We are honored to have been selected to host Oxford American’s Statewide Singing Circle. This is a unique and very exciting collaboration of incredible artists,” Isis Music Hall owner Scott Woody said. “The celebration is not only a celebration of the magazine’s twentieth Southern Music issue, but a celebration of the musical talent of western North Carolina that we are proud to be a part of.”
Each concert along the tour features unique performances and artist-collaborations. The show at Isis Music Hall will include co-curator Tift Merritt, along with poet Nickole Brown, Pat Mother Blues Cohen, Mike Guggino, Amanda Anne Platt, Jimmy Landry, Michael Libramento, Tyler Ramsey, Graham Sharp, Shannon Whitworth, Woody Platt, Sarah Siskind and other surprise guests.
Tickets are $20 and on sale now. They may also be available at the door; however, this show will likely sell out. Guests interested in pre-show dining options are invited to make reservations at Isis’s onsite restaurant Kitchen 743. Visit www.isisasheville.com for more information or call Isis at 828- 575-2737 to reserve your tickets today.
About Isis Music Hall
Isis Music Hall is a premier concert venue, bar, and eatery in the heart of West Asheville. Their name gives a nod to the building’s history – a single screen cinema built in the mid 1930’s. Today, this famed Art Deco style venue hosts many of the top touring artists and musicians in the nation. With two stages, multiple bars, and outdoor patio, Isis Music Hall is one of the hottest spots in the city for live music. In 2015, they were honored with the Venue of the Year Momentum Award by the International Bluegrass Music Association, as well as the Griffin Award for historical renovation and preservation. Join Kitchen 743 at Isis Music Hall nightly for an array of creative, local and seasonal fare.