Get Right Band
Fri Oct, 2 Doors: 5:00 pm Starts: 6:30 pm
Ages 21+ and Up
Presenting live music by the Get Right Band on our Outdoor Stage on the French Broad River from 6:30-9pm. Full bar, amazing menu by Root Down Kitchen, and plenty of space to social distance in style with your pod of 6 or fewer friends. Check out our website for more info on our new safety measures so you know what to expect when you arrive. 21+ only. Rain or Shine. No reservations. Masks required unless at your table. Social distancing required while standing in line for drinks/food.
Get Right Band
"The Get Right Band are the type of performers that you just know will break out. Their songs are infectious and take you immediately to a place. The lyrics are smart and bear weight." -The Huffington Post The Get Right Band is a psychedelic indie rock power trio from Asheville, NC. They are a band focused on following their muses to honest self-expression, to whatever excites them and pushes them into unexplored territory. The Get Right Band proudly carries the torch for a long line of genre-bending power trios from Cream to The Jimi Hendrix Experience to The Police to Violent Femmes to Primus to Green Day to Nirvana to Sublime. It’s the space between the notes, the rawness and the maneuverability, that makes a power trio, well, so damn powerful. “An ass shaking good time.” -Relix Magazine The Get Right Band’s career highlights include shows with Everclear, Rusted Root, Dr. Dog, Smash Mouth, Ozomatli, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and Victor Wooten; appearances on NPR’s World Cafe and Nashville’s Music City Roots television show; and performances at major festivals and venues including FloydFest, StrangeCreek, Riverbend Fest, The Orange Peel, Brooklyn Bowl, and The Hamilton. “I love this song!” -Marc Maron, of WTF podcast The band is built on the musical brotherhood that guitarist/vocalist Silas Durocher and bassist Jesse Gentry have formed playing music together since middle school. Durocher, who is a trained composer and has been commissioned to write for symphonies and chamber groups, has guitar chops that can soothe or rage and a charismatic swagger as a frontman and a singer. “Durocher has an impressive range and rich clarity to his vocals—think a more soulful Dan Auerbach” (Connect Savannah). Gentry’s virtuosic bass playing “catapults from elastic to nasty” (The Mountain Xpress). With the addition of Jian-Claude Mears, a drummer with “precision, passion, and an inescapable momentum” (Live For Live Music), the group’s sound has become an unstoppable force. They have been wowing audiences around the country and the Caribbean since their inception in 2011 with an unparalleled live show and a relentless tour schedule. “Tight and diverse jams and a distinctive, intellectual but accessible worldview.” -Live For Live Music