NYC Busking Sensations Too Many Zooz at Asheville Music Hall Saturday, January 13

Brass is back and Too Many Zooz are leading the charge. The band will bring its stomping horns to Asheville in January. Too Many Zooz busted out of the underground of New York City, busking in the city's subways for the past few years, all the while gathering praise and momentum. They band has... Continue Reading →


Downtown Asheville Map & Guide, Winter 2018, Out Now!

Explore Asheville With This Free Map & Guide to Downtown Map and Guide to Downtown Asheville, North Carolina. A handy reference for navigating the city, with a map of downtown, a calendar of events, a guide to eateries, shops, galleries, cafes and bars, and a quick reference to local media, services, recreation and government. Continue Reading →

The Jauntee and Cycles at Salvage Station, Dec. 7. Debuting ‘Jauntcycles’ Collaborative Set.

Road warriors,The Jauntee will perform at the Salvage Station, Dec. 7. teaming up with psychedelic rock-fusion trio Cycles. Following Cycles, the bands will debut a 'Jauntycles' set, a collaboration between members of both bands. This will segue into The Jauntee's closing set. Hailing from Boston and as graduates of Berklee School of Music, The Jauntee have... Continue Reading →

An antique photo purchased for $10 at an Asheville flea market is of Billy the Kid and Pat Garret, his future killer.

Lake Junaluska Presents the Balsam Range Art of Music Festival

Bluegrass fans will converge on Western North Carolina's Lake Junaluska (just 25 minutes from Asheville) on December 1-2 for the  second annual Balsam Range Art of Music Festival. Celebrating the diverse art of music, each evening will feature top nationally touring artists in the field of Bluegrass and Acoustic music. Grand Ole Opry Member Mike Snider brings his bluegrass sounds on Friday,... Continue Reading →

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