Chalwa | Free Show
Apr
27
8:00 pm20:00

Chalwa | Free Show

Chalwa reggae band is based out of the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina and play a blend of high-energy new school and old school roots reggae.

Ride the Lightning - The Ultimate Metallica Tribute | $8-$10
Apr
28
Apr 29

Ride the Lightning - The Ultimate Metallica Tribute | $8-$10

Ride the Lightning - The Ultimate Metallica Tribute is a no-holds-barred, high-energy Metallica tribute band that prides themselves on being a musically faithful reproduction of the entire Metallica live experience. The show encompasses Metallica's entire catalogue of songs, with a heavy focus on the era around ...And Justice for All and The Black Album.

Race to the Stage - A Race for Bands to Perform at MSF!
Apr
29
1:00 pm13:00

Race to the Stage - A Race for Bands to Perform at MSF!

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The Mountain Sports Festival is pleased to announce the 2017 RACE TO THE STAGE. The event will determine which local or regional act will have the opportunity to fill a PAID afternoon slot on Saturday, May 27, 2017. The RACE TO THE STGE will take place on SATURDAY, APRIL 29th FROM 1pm-4pm at: SALVAGE STATION. 

The Mars Hill University Big Band | Free
Apr
29
4:30 pm16:30

The Mars Hill University Big Band | Free

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The Mars Hill University Big Band is a 21 piece group comprised of saxophones, trumpets, french horns, trombones, and a rhythm section. The band specializes in new music, and will be performing tunes written by several Grammy award winning jazz composers. One of the goals of the group is to highlight the diverse voices and styles in the contemporary jazz scene, and we would love to share this great music with you!

Isaac Dickson Fundraiser | Free
Apr
29
7:00 pm19:00

Isaac Dickson Fundraiser | Free

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Rock the night away with WestSound, Asheville's premier R&B band and support Isaac Dickson Elementary School's Learning Garden. Funds will be used for garden resources to expand the Isaac Dickson Learning Garden in it's new location and develop learning curriculum for the 550 children at Isaac Dickson Elementary School.

Open Mic Night! | Free
Apr
30
7:00 pm19:00

Open Mic Night! | Free

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Calling all Singers, Songwriters, and Musicians!

Join us on Sunday for OPEN MIC NIGHT hosted by The Wet Doorknobs. This your chance to try out some new material or simply sing your heart out! Registration begins 6pm. 
**Please only bring guitars and keyboards.

Shaun Martin | $10
Apr
30
8:00 pm20:00

Shaun Martin | $10

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Shaun Martin has a natural gift that has been evident since he began playing drums in church at the age of 4.  His mother had the vision to arrange piano instruction from Carolyn Campbell and guide him on his path. Now, years later, Shaun has seven Grammys from his work with Kirk Franklin and the gospel powerhouse God’s Property and jazz fusion phenomenon Snarky Puppy.  This said you will not find this information in discussion with this gently powerful man because he wears none of this on his sleeve. 

Bill & Company | Free
May
4
7:00 pm19:00

Bill & Company | Free

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Bill & Company, an eclectic mix, including Grateful Dead, and much, much more. Feat: Gus Vigo, Spiro Nicolopoulos, Jeff Ruby, Steve Griffin, Bill Evans.

Same As It Ever Was (Talking Heads Cover Band) | $8-$10
May
5
9:00 pm21:00

Same As It Ever Was (Talking Heads Cover Band) | $8-$10

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Love The Talking Heads? Same As It Ever Was does it right. This 7-piece outfit of Knoxville musicians came together out of their mutual love and respect for the music of the Talking Heads in the summer of 2004 and have not looked back since.

LIVE DEAD '69 | $20-$25
May
6
9:00 pm21:00

LIVE DEAD '69 | $20-$25

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LIVE DEAD 69 performs the classic “Live Dead” (recorded in 1969) in its entirety for the first time anywhere ever, a laudable achievement unto itself. Moreover, they are the only touring entity that applies Grateful Dead’s classic zeitgeist of extemporization and interpretive improvisation beyond an ever expanding repertoire, much of which is created entirely ‘in the moment’ – without rehearsal or traditional ‘preparation.’

Chelsea Paolini | Free
May
7
3:00 pm15:00

Chelsea Paolini | Free

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Chelsea Paolini, the lead singer and guitarist of New Hampshire riff-rock trio People Skills, mellows out her sound with her solo acoustic act while maintaining the high energy of her original tunes. With the use of a loop pedal, she can record chords and segments live on stage and solo over them for a funky feel to give a more upbeat performance than the traditional singer-songwriter. In addition to her acoustic adaptations of the songs she writes for People Skills, she includes tunes by her influences, including Joni Mitchell, The Who, and Ween in her acoustic sets.

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe ft. Melvin Seals | $25-$28
May
18
May 19

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe ft. Melvin Seals | $25-$28

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Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe is back in action with a string of dates featuring legendary keyboardist Melvin Seals, known for his work with the Jerry García Band. Karl, who now serves as the saxophonist in The Rolling Stones, is fresh off a tour with the legendary rock band that included the highest grossing concert festival of all time, Desert Trip. With KDTU, he’ll be showcasing material from his forthcoming studio album, due in early 2017, as well as previous acclaimed KDTU recordings like 'New Ammo' and ’The Bridge.' The current KDTU touring lineup is comprised of Richmond guitarist DJ Williams, Soulive drummer b, Greyboy Allstars bassist Chris Stillwell, Crush Effects keyboardist David Veith, Seattle trumpeter Chris Littlefield and ace slide and lap steel guitarist Seth Freeman.

MachineFunk - Tribute to Widespread Panic
May
19
9:00 pm21:00

MachineFunk - Tribute to Widespread Panic

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Sweat and Soul 2017 | Free
May
20
10:30 am10:30

Sweat and Soul 2017 | Free

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Sweat and Soul is gearing up for another season and we are on the move! Super stoked to announce that we are partnering with Salvage Station to hold our boot camp/yoga classes this year! This means gettin’ your Saturday morning sweat on just got way more social!
 

Salvage Station opens at noon...just in time to dry off, shift gears and hang out with new or not so new friends for a beer or a bite. You will have earned it! Classes consist of half cardio/body weight exercises followed by an energizing and soulful yoga flow. All levels welcomed. Classes begin May 20th 10:30- 12:00.  

As always, FREE of ego, FREE of judgement and FREE of charge!

Phuncle Sam | Free
May
20
6:00 pm18:00

Phuncle Sam | Free

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Phuncle Sam is Asheville's own Dead-centric "jam band". SInce their formation in 2004, Phuncle Sam has been firmly rooted in musical exploration. The band serves up inventive interpretations of Jerry Garcia, Grateful Dead and many others. They have built up a faithful following by using an approach that respects the improvisational traditions of The Grateful Dead, while exploring what can happen when individual band members bring their unique influences and interpretations into the mix.

Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers | $10
May
24
May 25

Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers | $10

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Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers will make a sprightly young groove doctor out of anyone. With spectacular energy pulsating from every member of the band, the Rainbow Seekers could illuminate the very chambers of Heaven. Lead singer Joe Hertler splashes through lyrical puddles of golden rain, leaving his audience wearing flowery crowns and bubbling smiles. A ride on the Rainbow will take you across the mountains of Motown, through the fjords of folk, over the archipelagos of Americana, and—at last—into a funky firth, where only the fiercest of friendships can be found.

The Ben Miller Band | $10
May
25
May 26

The Ben Miller Band | $10

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Since its formation in 2004, the Ben Miller Band has staked out a singular niche that's established the Joplin, Missouri threesome as both a potent creative force and a perennial fan favorite. Any Way, Shape or Form, the BMB's New West debut release, showcases the seasoned threesome's fierce creative spirit and infectious performing chemistry, as well as Miller's melodically catchy, lyrically resonant songwriting.

Parmalee | $15-$20
May
26
May 27

Parmalee | $15-$20

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2016 ACM nominee for “New Vocal Duo/Group of the Year” Parmalee is one of country music’s most successful new acts, comprised of brothers Matt and Scott Thomas (lead vocals/guitar and drums, respectively), cousin Barry Knox (bass) and life-long best friend Josh McSwain (guitar). Their debut country album, “Feels Like Carolina,” has earned the group three top ten hits including their multi-week #1 smash hit “Carolina.” Critical praise of the debut album was received from People, The New York Times, USA Today, Newsday, Billboard and more. 

Dynamo | $10
May
27
May 28

Dynamo | $10

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Dynamo is a Nashville-based, nationally touring band whose music fuses jazz, rock, and funk with elements of soul and R&B. The culmination is a sound that's both sontaneous and composed-and an energy that;s undeniably infectious.

Urban Soil
May
28
8:00 pm20:00

Urban Soil

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Hailing from the streets of downtown Raleigh, North Carolina, Urban Soil weaves Americana, rock and soul into their explosive live shows and polished recordings.  Their studio albums display the uncompromising energy that Urban Soil is consistent in delivering live, and are a stimulating representation of the band’s skillful-yet–visceral sound: Urban Soil has the unique ability of capturing the energy of their live shows and translating it to their studio recordings, resulting in an electrifying experience with every listen.

Influenced by early roots elements, Urban Soil uniquely fuses those sounds with a fresh take, delivering a blend of raw, nostalgic sounds with a modern and glistening slant.  

Electric Soul Pandemic, Opposite Box, and Floralorix | $10
Jun
2
Jun 3

Electric Soul Pandemic, Opposite Box, and Floralorix | $10

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Electric Soul Pandemic (ESP) is a quintet from Greensboro, North Carolina that specializes in funk rock fusion and soaring, exploratory jams. Featuring sonic, dual guitars (Jeremy Gamba and Randy Elliott), a howling Moog (Jay Beverly), and the confident backbone of drum and bass (Justin Heter and Greg Eriksen), ESP has formulated their sounds over six years in the vibrant North Carolina “jam” and festival scene. ESP pulls from different moods and genres in creating their recipes and will prove a revelation to both the first-time listener and the established ESP fan.

Pacific Dub & Katastro Best Friends Forever Tour
Jun
5
8:00 pm20:00

Pacific Dub & Katastro Best Friends Forever Tour

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PACIFIC DUB
Coming from Surf City USA, Pacific Dub resides in Huntington Beach which is nestled nicely in southern California’s Orange County. Other bands such as Korn, The Offspring, Avenged Sevenfold, and The Dirty Heads all have members that call this surfer’s paradise home. 

Deadphish Orchestra w/ TBD | $10-$12
Jun
8
Jun 9

Deadphish Orchestra w/ TBD | $10-$12

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The Deadphish Orchestra is a quartet of Colorado musicians who, above all, are close friends who have played music together for many years. They had played Grateful Dead songs together, and they had played Phish songs together. But they got to wondering what would happen if they tried to merge the music of these two bands, the Granddaddies and Daddies of the jamband scene.

The Dharma Bombs + Alexa Rose | Free
Jun
18
Jun 19

The Dharma Bombs + Alexa Rose | Free

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The Dharma Bombs formed in the heart of the Commonwealth with the intent to spread Appalachian music with a heaping side of Dixieland. We are a folk band equipped with a full horn section, lyrical swing, and a yearning to stir the dust off the dance floor. With diverse backgrounds from the swampy sounds of Baton Rouge to the crooning twang of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Dharma Bombs is a confluence between folk music born on the street corners and ridge lines of the South. Hoot and holler, stomp and clap, twang and sang with the rowdy Dharma Bombs as they spread their special brand of authentic Appalachian Dixieland.

Colt Ford | $20
Jun
22
Jun 23

Colt Ford | $20

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With his sixth studio album, the aptly named Love Hope Faith, his follow-up to 2014’s Thanks for Listening, Colt Ford continues to live out his boyhood dream – the one where you “wake up on a mission/to buy that beat-up Gibson,” as he sings on “No Rest.” Love Hope Faith is exactly that, a message to to his loyal fan base, and a strike against the divisiveness plaguing our country, celebrating the things that bring us together – friends, family, our faith in a better future.

Michael Franti & Spearhead | $31-$36
Aug
3
6:00 pm18:00

Michael Franti & Spearhead | $31-$36

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Michael Franti is a musician, filmmaker and humanitarian who is recognized as a pioneering force in the music industry. Long known for his globally conscious lyrics, powerful performances, and dynamic live shows, Franti has continually been at the forefront of lyrical activism, using his music as a positive force for change.

The Lacs | $10
Sep
15
9:00 pm21:00

The Lacs | $10

“People still can’t figure out what to call the music we do,” said Brian ‘Rooster’ King, looking at his longtime collaborator Clay ‘Uncle Snap’ Sharpe. “We just get in there and write about what we want.” Sharpe nodded in agreement before comparing The LACS latest and most radio-friendly album Outlaw in Me to a mix CD of their favorite music burned on a laptop.


Aaron Austin Trio | Free
Apr
25
7:00 pm19:00

Aaron Austin Trio | Free

From the first note, Aaron Austin possesses a distinctive sound with stylistic diversity. With instrumentations ranging from funk edged jazz to electric R&B, Austin's trio project has mesmerized audiences across the United States and Europe. Born on the coast of North Carolina, Austin took up the guitar at age 13, inspired by a multitude of players including Derek Trucks, John Scofield, Wayne Kranz, Bill Frisell, Jimi Hendrix, and John Mayer. In 2010, Austin joined Asheville's soulful blues roots rock band The Broadcast, and began touring full time. 

Open Mic Night | Free
Apr
23
7:00 pm19:00

Open Mic Night | Free

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Calling all Singers, Songwriters, and Musicians! Join us on Sundays for OPEN MIC NIGHT hosted by The Wet Doorknobs. This your chance to try out some new material or simply sing your heart out! Registration begins 6pm. **Please only bring guitars and keyboards.

Caribbean Cowboys | Free
Apr
23
3:00 pm15:00

Caribbean Cowboys | Free

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The Caribbean Cowboys Band have been entertaining audiences for over 28 years.  They play primarily in WNC but have traveled throughout the South East, from Key West, Florida to New York City and throughout the British Virgin Islands. The Caribbean Cowboys Band will provide you with a wide variety of music from Jimmy Buffett to other troubadours such as Peter Mayer, Scott Kirby, Jesse Winchester, Fingers Taylor, and the best of Classic, Southern & Trop Rock, Rhythm & Blues, Bluegrass, Beach Tunes, Country & Originals...

Samantha Fish w/ T.V. Mike and the Scarecrowes | $12-$15
Apr
22
Apr 23

Samantha Fish w/ T.V. Mike and the Scarecrowes | $12-$15

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Growing up in Kansas City in a musical family, Samantha’s first instrument was the drums before she switched to guitar. As she listened to her musical heroes, Fish began to explore their own influences by going back in time. “I saw Ronnie Baker Brooks, Tab Benoit and Mike Zito (in Kansas City). That was when I knew something was happening (musically) because I almost had to leave their shows early to go home and play my guitar.’ as told in a 2011 interview with online magazine Deep Roots. Over the years, she’s cultivated her own sound by blending her influences ranging from Tom Petty, Sheryl Crow, R.L. Burnside and Stevie Ray Vaughan as well as her musical peers. 

Earth Day Kid's Festival | Free
Apr
22
9:00 am09:00

Earth Day Kid's Festival | Free

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As protectors of the French Broad River we understand the importance of environmental conservation. We and all of our partnering organizations want to share our knowledge and passion with the stewards of tomorrow. This event will feature educational activities from some of the best local environmental educators. Topics can range from recycling to birds of prey.

The Hurricane Bob Band | Free
Apr
21
Apr 22

The Hurricane Bob Band | Free

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Hurricane Bob's twin boys, Eric and Kyle Travers, founders of Travers Brothership, will join their father, bringing the family affairs to the stage.

Hurricane Bob is a virtuoso and natural performer. He is an experienced player to say the least. The road led him to many successes, like opening for BB King, Pat Travers and Joan Jett.

Asheville, NC and It's outstanding music scene adopted Hurricane Bob and his unique attributes to Blues, Country and Swing. The eclectic mix, creates what you hear at an HBB show!

AVL's 2nd Annual 420 Boogie
Apr
20
4:00 pm16:00

AVL's 2nd Annual 420 Boogie

Asheville's 2nd annual 420 Boogie will be the biggest 4/20 celebration in town. Come support House Bill 185 to allow sick patients in NC to have safe access to medical cannabis. This is the kick off to our 4/22 March for Medical Cannabis. Special Performances by The Get Right Band, The Digs, Siamese Jazz Club, and Phuncle Sam. Food, local vendors, and live glass blowing. 70% of North Carolinians understand that denying the sick safe access to safe medicine is not only dangerous but morally wrong. We are tired of being locked up and denied rights to what keeps us well. You do not have to smoke cannabis to stand with the sick who need it, to understand this will fight the opiate epidemic, and begin to heal our community naturally. Proceeds to Asheville's NORML fight to raise awareness for HB 185.

KUNG FU (1 Set Kung Fu, 1 Set Steely Dan) w/ Supatight | $15
Apr
19
9:00 pm21:00

KUNG FU (1 Set Kung Fu, 1 Set Steely Dan) w/ Supatight | $15

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The music of Steely Dan is a perfect vehicle for Kung Fu.  Best described from The Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock And Roll – “Less a band than a concept, Steely Dan was one of the most advanced, successful, and mysterious pop units of the 1970s. Combining pop hooks with jazz harmonies, complicated time changes and cryptic, often highly ironic lyrics, the band sounded like no one else.”

Open Mic Night | Free
Apr
16
7:00 pm19:00

Open Mic Night | Free

  • Salvage Station

Calling all Singers, Songwriters, and Musicians! Join us on Sundays for OPEN MIC NIGHT hosted by The Wet Doorknobs. This your chance to try out some new material or simply sing your heart out! Registration begins 6pm. **Please only bring guitars and keyboards.

Dr. Bacon w/ The Remarks & The Madd Hatters | $10
Apr
15
Apr 16

Dr. Bacon w/ The Remarks & The Madd Hatters | $10

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Dr. Bacon is a genre defying  band from Asheville, NC. They play an infectiously, danceable blend of Appalachian funk, soul, jazz, rock, blues, folk, hip hop and more. These guys feature as diverse instrumentation as their influencing styles including: guitars, resonator, harmonica, bass, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone drums, trombone, lap steel, kazoo and more. The Dr. Bacon Live Experience brings the audience on a journey that lulls and spikes in energy, caresses ears with sumptuous sounds and whips crowds into a tribal romp, often within the same song. This diversity ensures that no matter what genre of music you identify with, you will hear something that resonates. They are regular performers at notable festivals such as: Shakori Hills, The BIG What, Camp Barefoot, Soulshine Farm Festival, Savannah Bacon Fest, Mantrabash, Boone in Blossom, Hometeam New Years RallyFront Porch Fest and many others. They are coming off a huge win at Last Band Standing 2016, and they are ready to share their music with you!

Fish & Friends w/ Hot Point Trio | Free
Apr
15
1:00 pm13:00

Fish & Friends w/ Hot Point Trio | Free

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Fish and Friends showcases Asheville-based songwriters and musicians in a friendly, collaborative setting at the fabulous Salvage Station. James Fisher, of Blue Dragons and several side projects, plays with different performers every other month or so. Musical compadres Bill Melanson & Jeff Mooney often perform; past featured guests include Jane Kramer & Eliza Sydney, Rod Murphy, Liz Teague, Eddie Dewey and more.

An Evening with LYRIC
Apr
14
6:00 pm18:00

An Evening with LYRIC

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With the Soulful standout voice of Leeda Lyric Jones, LYRIC is a group made up of natural talents that will take you to a place you can’t forget. A group that uses music as an expression of pain, joys, and hope. Having opened for the likes of the Legendary Mavis Staples, Grammy award-winning Lizz Wright, and Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls to name a few… This street team is a born replica of the legends that created movements. Stay up to date on everything LYRIC here. Learn more at Www.reverbnation.com/lyricfans.

Treehouse w/ PMA | $5
Apr
13
Apr 14

Treehouse w/ PMA | $5

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Forming in 2010, American Reggae Jam Rock band TreeHouse! has performed hundreds of shows a year throughout the country, introducing established reggae, rock and jam band scenes to a brand new fusion of sounds. These road warriors have shared the stage with top names and international acts in both genres, including 311, Dirty Heads, Steel Pulse, SOJA, Pepper, Stick Figure, Kung Fu, The Mantras, The Wailers, Tribal Seeds, and more.

Dan Sheron (of Balto) | Free
Apr
11
8:00 pm20:00

Dan Sheron (of Balto) | Free

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Dan Sheron, principal songwriter for Portland roots rock mainstays Balto is performing a set of intimate SOLO dates to celebrate the release of the band's new album, Strangers. Balto's return to the LP after a 5 year absence lands with a swell of feedback, a heavy downbeat, and a punch to the gut. A few weeks ago, the Chicago Tribune's Redeye Magazine called Balto - "an underrated Portland band who made one of the best albums of 2017 so far."  

Harmonia by the River | Donation
Apr
9
2:00 pm14:00

Harmonia by the River | Donation

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The mission of Harmonia is to empower through education and compassion. Harmonia's main project, the Decompression Lounge, provides a safe space and supportive care to those undergoing difficult experiences. We believe that we can support each other in reaching our highest potential.

Eleanor Underhill & Friends
Apr
8
9:00 pm21:00

Eleanor Underhill & Friends

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Born from the thriving Asheville music scene, Eleanor Underhill and Friends banded together in 2014 to create music that would entertain the dancer and the listener alike. With genre-bending grooves, thoughtful original compositions, and cover songs you would never expect from a banjo-fronted band, they create a sound that blends elements of Americana, world, pop, jazz, reggae, and acoustic rock. Unafraid to launch from Radiohead's Creep into TLC's Creep and back again, Eleanor Underhill and Friends thrives on experimentation and boundary-pushing.

Eleanor Underhill, singer, songwriter, and banjo player, is best known from her work with Americana-folk group Underhill Rose. Christopher Chappell Pyle, drummer and percussionist, toured the world over with Royal Trucks, Soulgrass Rebellion, The Get Right Band and most recently The Artimus Pyle Band and Chappell. Zack Page is a mainstay in the Asheville music scene, lending his upright bass talents to The Page Brothers, One Leg Up, regional jazz jams, and countless other notable acts. Eleanor Underhill and Friends features guests from the Asheville music scene at most shows, so you never know what surprises await. 

Lovely Budz w/ Something Like Seduction
Apr
7
Apr 10

Lovely Budz w/ Something Like Seduction

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Lovely Budz brings a heavy blend of Reggae and Rock that keeps the crowd grooving along all night long.Since forming in the Spring of 2014 this 3 piece sound (Tyler Vickery- vox/guitar, Kody Farris- Drums, and Clifton Bundick- Bass) hailing from Charlotte, North Carolina has been making big noise.

Open Mic Night!
Apr
2
7:00 pm19:00

Open Mic Night!

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Calling all Singers, Songwriters, and Musicians! Join us on Sunday, February 12th for our first OPEN MIC NIGHT hosted by The Wet Doorknobs. This your chance to try out some new material or simply sing your heart out! Registration begins 6pm. **Please only bring guitars and keyboards.

The Happening AVL | $5 Donation
Apr
1
Apr 2

The Happening AVL | $5 Donation

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Get ready Asheville because your community, the surrounding region, The Undergrowth & EZ Productions are about to bring all of the art, music and fun right to your doorstep!

Ashley Heath (Solo Set) | Free
Mar
30
8:00 pm20:00

Ashley Heath (Solo Set) | Free

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With a blend of original soul Americana music, Ashley Heath has been arising as one of Asheville, NC finest and uniquely gifted musicians with as described "velvety" vocals and bluesy guitar style. Raised in the foothills of Appalachia, she has developed a strong passion for country, blues, and folk music and has recently released an album of original material "A Different Stream".

OPEN MIC NIGHT! | Free
Mar
26
7:00 pm19:00

OPEN MIC NIGHT! | Free

  • Salvage Station

Calling all Singers, Songwriters, and Musicians!

Join us on Sunday for OPEN MIC NIGHT hosted by The Wet Doorknobs. This your chance to try out some new material or simply sing your heart out! Registration begins 6pm. 
**Please only bring guitars and keyboards.

PaperWork | Free
Mar
26
2:30 pm14:30

PaperWork | Free

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Formed in 2012 by three childhood best friends, PaperWork has been introducing South Carolina to their own brand of futuristic funk at every show. While also paying tribute to some of the greatest artists of all time, the P-Dub has taken their act on the road long drives from their hometown of Myrtle Beach SC. 

Traveling as far as Philadelphia and Baton Rouge, the band's #1 goal is to get the crowd moving with their passion for music and rhythm wherever they go. Get ready to get down!