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185 Clingman Ave., Asheville, NC



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Surfer Blood


Surfer Blood (formerly Jabroni Sandwich) is an indie pop/rock band from West Palm Beach, Florida.


• Fri 4/27/18 at - 9:00 PM

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Steve Moakler


Pittsburgh native Steve Moakler is a singer/songwriter currently based out of Nashville.


• Thu 4/26/18 at - 9:00 PM



The bio of Superchunk reads: “Perhaps no band was more emblematic of the true spirit of American indie rock during the 1990s than Superchunk, the pride of Chapel Hill, N.C.” They played by their own rules, defied major label overtures and stuck to their trademark sound of buzzing guitars and “high, impassioned vocals."


• Sat 4/28/18 at - 9:00 PM

Hawthorne Heights


Hawthorne Heights is a Dayton, Ohio, metal band formed in the days when emo was THE sound. They have played Warped Tour several times in recent years.


• Sun 4/29/18 at - 6:30 PM

Carbon Leaf


Carbon Leaf is a five-piece band that plays its own style of Celtic-southern-roots rock. The Richmond, VA-based group, which is approaching it's 20th year of recording and touring, has released 10 albums and is currently in the midst of forging a new path of independence as they focus on writing, producing and releasing new material directly to their fans moving forward.


• Thu 5/3/18 at - 8:00 PM

Hot Club of Cowtown


Elana James (violin), Whit Smith (guitar, vocals) and Jake Erwin (bass, vocals) comprise the Austin-based Hot Club of Cowtown, which they formed in 1997. This trio draws on a wellspring of musical influences, including western swing, hot jazz, traditional fiddle tunes and Tin Pan Alley standards, all done up with a level of energy and vitality that gives the songs a modern sensibility. The band's latest is the self-produced 2016 release, "Midnight on the Trail."


• Mon 5/7/18 at - 8:00 PM

Hop Along


Hop Along is an up-and-coming Philadelphia-based trio who released their debut album in 2011.


• Tue 5/8/18 at - 8:00 PM

Wye Oak


Wye Oak is an indie folk rock duo from Baltimore.


• Wed 5/9/18 at - 8:00 PM

Guided by Voices


The legendary indie rock band, which got its start in 1983, emerged in the 1980s with a series of lo-fi records and made a splash in the big leagues with its albums on TVT and Matador, including "Isolation Drills" and 'Half Smiles of the Decomposed." In 2014, after the release of "Cool Planet," the group disbanded, but in 2016, Pollard put together a new/old lineup; he brought in Bobby Bare Jr. on guitar, joined by previously ex-GBV guitarist (1997-2004) Doug Gillard, as well as drummer Kevin March (on his third go-round with the band) and new bassist Mark Shue. This lineup went on to record the album "Please Be Honest" later that year.


• Fri 5/11/18 at - 9:00 PM



Bahamas is a musical project from Ontario native, Afie Jurvanen.


• Sat 5/12/18 at - 9:00 PM

Tank and the Bangas

Experimental (Incl. All Music Forms),Funk,R&B/Soul

The winners of the 2017 NPR Tiny Desk Contest, Tank and The Bangas conjure a magical mix of rhythmic soul and spoken word, a unique sound that the New Orleans natives compare to gumbo. Mesmerizing lead vocalist Tarronia “Tank” Ball’s enrapturing performances draw on her background as a poet, spinning Disney-esque plays on lyrics backed by funky synth keys, saxophone, and flute.


• Sun 5/13/18 at - 8:00 PM

Jenny Don't and the Spurs


Lonely desert western style acoustics featuring Paortland's own Jenny Don't on vocals, with Kelly Halliburton playing bass, Sam Henry on drums, and Jt Halmfilst serenading on lead guitar.


• Tue 5/15/18 at - 8:00 PM

The Steel Woods


Like their name, The Steel Woods are a hybrid musical force, part hard-edged, part Americana roots country folk, man-made, yet organic, rock but also bluegrass, R&B, blues, gospel, soul and heavy metal, “the materials which America is built on” according to co-founder Wes Bayliss. The Nashville-based band is also steeped in the ethos of Southern rock, with the music on its debut, "Straw in the Wind," which came out in May 2017.


• Thu 5/17/18 at - 9:00 PM



This five-piece pop-rock band was formed in Mexico City in 1994-95 and has a Latin Grammy under its belt and major-label backing (EMI). Their hits include "Deja te Conector," "Miel," "Asteriode," "Luna, and "Bésame Mucho"


• Sun 5/20/18 at - 7:00 PM

The Sea & Cake


The Sea and Cake is a pop/rock group with a pronounced jazz influence, which formed in the mid-'90s in Chicago, Illinois out of the ashes of renowned local bands The Coctails and Shrimp Boat.


• Mon 5/21/18 at - 8:00 PM

James Carothers



• Thu 5/24/18 at - 8:00 PM

The Dustbowl Revival


The eight-member "roots orchestra" from Southern California delivers a youthful take on time-worn American traditions, including bluegrass, swing, jazz, soul and funk.


• Tue 5/29/18 at - 8:00 PM

Whiskey Myers


Whiskey Myers makes honest music. Loud and proud, they sing about what they know with a refreshing directness and clarity. Some call it rebel music, but it’s more like everyday soul. Their songs are stories, with characters and situations that are immediately relatable. Stories of celebration, mourning, trials and triumph. Through the quality of these songs, and their undeniable power in concert and on record, the band has attracted a devoted army of outspoken fans who pack venues, sing the band’s praises online and continue to make Whiskey Myers a growing word-of-mouth sensation.


• Thu 5/31/18 at - 9:00 PM

Justin Townes Earle


As the son of legendary singer/songwriter Steve Earle, high expectations are the name of the game. But over the last several years, Justin Townes Earle has emerged as a legitimate, genre-busting artist in his own right, mixing country, blues, folk and indie rock with a vintage Americana sound.


• Fri 6/1/18 at - 9:00 PM

Too Many Zooz


With the snowballing trend towards electronic instrumentation in music, it's easy to forget where it all first started: on street corners with real instruments, playing for tips, that is until you've heard Too Many Zooz. One part New Orleans Jazz, one part Caribbean Calypso and two parts fun, Too Many Zooz is a three-piece "brass house" band comprised of Matt Doe, Leo P, and King of Sludge. The group found their voice playing for change on New York's subway platforms, honing extremely danceable rhythms and melodies.


• Thu 6/14/18 at - 9:00 PM

Mt. Joy


Mt. Joy is a Philadelphia-based alt-rock/postpunk duo.


• Mon 6/25/18 at - 8:00 PM

The Blasters


The Blasters were formed in Downey, CA, in 1979 by Phil and Dave Alvin, brothers who literally learned their craft from R&B masters Big Joe Turner and T-Bone Walker. They started as a rockabilly revival, but have always been more than that. Punk was part of the mix, as are R&B, blues and mountain music. They released an auspicious debut, "American Music," in 1980 on the small Rollin' Rock label before being signed to L.A. punk label Slash Records, and their self-titled second album, from 1981, put them on the national map. The band lost its original songwriter, Dave Alvin, in 1986. Phil, the singer/rhythm guitarist, carried on, and the band currently includes two other original members drummer Bill Bateman and bassist John Bazz, along with Keith Wyatt on guitar. Their sixth and latest studio album is 2012's "Fun on Satrday Night." (By the way, the Alvins have worked together periodically since 1986, recording parts of soundtrack for a musical written by Stephen King and John Mellencamp in 2013; an album of Big Bill Broonzy's music, "Common Ground," in 2014; and "Lost Time" in 2015.)


• Fri 6/29/18 at - 9:00 PM