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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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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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Isis Music Hall Presents Statewide Singing Circle with Tift Merritt

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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.

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NewSong Music Brings 17th Annual Performance & Songwriting Competition to Asheville

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For the first time in its seventeen year history, the live performance finals of the NewSong Music Performance & Songwriting Competition will be held this December in Asheville, where NewSong Music has been headquartered since 2012. The move marks a new direction for the program, relocating from its longstanding host venue, New York City’s venerable Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

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Award-Winning Debut Novelist Amanda Kabak Brings Her Innovative LGBTQIA+ Fiction to Asheville

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Amanda Kabak, winner of the Arcturus & Chicago Review of Books Al-Simak Award for fiction, will visit Asheville on February 17 to read from her innovative LGBTQIA+ debut novel, The Mathematics of Change.

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Tea-Beer & Biscuits: Twin Leaf hosts “Elevenses” Release Party

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Twin Leaf Brewery, in collaboration with Asheville Tea Company, is excited to announce “Elevenses,” will hit the tap Saturday, April 1, with a very British-inspired release party.

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Malcolm Holcombe To Release New Album Pretty Little Troubles

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Critically lauded North Carolina-based singer-songwriter Malcolm Holcombe will release Pretty Little Troubles (Gypsy Eyes Music) April 7. Produced by Darrell Scott and recorded at The Sanctuary and Hippie Jack’s studios, the album is his 15th studio recording and follows 2016’s Another Black Hole.

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MerleFest Brings Show to Isis Music Hall

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Celebrating their 30th anniversary, MerleFest takes the show on the road.

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Historic Biltmore Village Welcomes 6 New Merchants

Mark Fields & Associates 

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RiverLink Gives Update on Karen Cragnolin Park

RiverLink announces another step towards completion of Karen Cragnolin Park

 
The site of the EDACO junkyard for over 20 years, RiverLink

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