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Mipso Releases New Video; To Play Show in Asheville

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Cary Cooper, CD Release Concert Benefit for Arts Program at The Franklin School of Innovation

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Cary Cooper, national award-winning songwriter and captivating performer, will release her newest CD, “Case of the Hopefuls” at the Altamont Theatre in Asheville, NC on November 30, 2017.  The concert, which benefits the Arts program at The Franklin School of Innovation (FSI), will also include songwriting students and the FSI High School Chorus.

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Warren Haynes Presents: The Annual Christmas Jam is One of Our Favorite Happenings in Asheville

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Would Santa ever visit Asheville without Christmas Jam popping off? We haven’t had to test the possibility in 28 years, and hopefully, it’s a long time coming before such a tragedy would occur. Organized by Grammy Award-winning vocalist, songwriter, renowned guitarist and Asheville native Warren Haynes, The Annual Christmas Jam concert has a rich story behind it. It all began in 1988 when Haynes decided to give an opportunity for performing artists, fans and donors to come together through music and contribute to the Asheville community at large.

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Hustle Souls Kickstarter Launch Party W/ The Freeway Revival

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Hustle Souls is an Asheville based soul-jam band who, with over 100 shows last year, is one of the most promising bands in the region. After releasing a live-video series on Facebook this spring, the band was contacted by the gold and platinum award winning producer, Eric “Mixerman” Sarafin, about working together on a project. In October, Hustle Souls will join an impressive roster of bands who have worked with “mixerman” (Ben Harper, Barenaked Ladies, and The Broadcast to name a few)

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Asheville Station: Returning to the Roots

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On Saturday, July 15 at 8 PM, SCENES will present a live concert at the hub of the bluegrass and “roots” music scene: Asheville, North Carolina. It will be a house concert, in the tradition of New Orleans “rent parties” and other home-grown venues that gave birth to the blues and nurtured folk music for decades.

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Fortune & Glory EP – Download Here!

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The long awaited EP release from local indie-folk rock band Fortune & Glory is here. Be taken away by the slow strumming of a guitar across these four tracks. Effigies offers four tracks that pull on the heartstrings of the listener, whisking you away with the instrumentals that clearly come from the heart. 

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Dia De Los Muertos at Salvage Station

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Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is a day which celebrates the cyclical human experience as a continuum from birth to death, and will be taking place on Tuesday, November 1, 2016 at Salvage Station. Traditionally Dia de los Muertos is practiced by the community receiving the dead as honored guests, departed spirits are awakened from their eternal sleep welcomed amongst their loved ones. Music, food, colorful, festive and symbolic decorations are elaborately placed throughout the night consisting of skulls, skeletons, marigolds, papel picado and other offerings collected to create altars to honor and celebrate the spirits of past and present. Dia de los Muertos takes place on Tuesday,  November 1, 2016 at Salvage Station, located at 468 Riverside Drive, Asheville, NC 28801. Doors open at 5 pm and the event ends at 2 am. Ticket price: $5-$10 suggested donation, kids are free and can be onsite until dark.

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The Summit at New Mountain AVL Celebrates Grand Opening

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On Monday, October 3, New Mountain AVL celebrates the grand opening of The Summit -- taking over the top floor of the New Mountain complex located at 38 North French Broad Avenue in downtown Asheville.

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Bands, beer and Barnaroo: Counting down to the annual music fest

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What started a backyard jam among friends has transformed into an annual autumn event drawing hundreds.

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The Maggie Valley Band Releases EP: Don’t Go

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“A raw approach to Appalachian music intertwined with a heavy sixties influence” is more evident than ever in The Maggie Valley Band’s new EP titled, “Don’t Go”. The Maggie Valley Band is an Americana/folk band based out of Maggie Valley, NC. Led by the Miller Sisters-Whitney (guitar, vocals, banjitar, mandolin) and Caroline (bass, vocals, percussion) alongside Josh Harris (banjo/mandolin) and Steven Hughes (drums), the group focuses on being eclectic. This new EP features many new faces and talent all within Haywood, Buncombe, and Jackson County.

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