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Grey Eagle Tavern and Music Hall

185 Clingman Ave., Asheville, NC



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William Elliott Whitmore


Rustic punker William Elliott Whitmore continues to pair aching narratives with sparse instrumental arrangements, work that by turns confounds and consumes.


• Wed 10/24/18 at - 8:00 PM

James McMurtry


James McMurtry is a master songwriter who paints stories with his brilliant, poignant and occasionally biting lyrics.


• Fri 10/26/18 at - 9:00 PM


Experimental (Incl. All Music Forms),Metal,Rock

Deafheaven, formed in 2010 in San Francisco, describes its sound as "atmospheric black metal."


• Sat 10/27/18 at - 9:00 PM

Amy Ray


Amy Ray is one half of the well-known duo, Indigo Girls.


• Sun 10/28/18 at - 8:00 PM



Rubblebucket is an eight-piece band from Brooklyn, led by trumpeter Alex Toth and fronted by the alluring vocals of Kalmia Traver. The band is known for blurring the lines between psychedelic indie rock and upbeat dance, merging them in unexpected, left-field arrangements.


• Mon 10/29/18 at - 8:00 PM

Unknown Hinson


Unknown Hinson has in fact been known for years around the Charlotte area, and has now taken his campy white-trash act nationwide. The guitarist-songwriter-performer is known for bizarrely titled, country-tinged psychobilly songs, including "Satan in a Thong" and "Don't Bite the Lips That Kiss You,"' that combine sinister themes with finger-snapping melodies.


• Wed 10/31/18 at - 9:00 PM



The indie rock band was formed in Athens, Ga., in 2008.


• Thu 11/1/18 at - 9:00 PM

Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters


Since they first got together in the Spring of 2007, this Asheville, North Carolina band (formerly the Bees Knees) has steadily gained momentum. Their original Americana, ranging from country ballads to honky-a-billy and blues, is a memorable blend of catchy melody, skillful composition, and honest songwriting.


• Fri 11/2/18 at - 8:00 PM
• Sat 11/3/18 at - 9:00 PM

Morning Teleportation

Rock,Electronic,Experimental (Incl. All Music Forms)

This five-piece Portland-based group plays roots-based music with psychedelic and electro edges.


• Mon 11/5/18 at - 8:00 PM

Tyler Ramsey


Tyler Ramsey is from Band of Horses.


• Thu 11/8/18 at - 8:00 PM

Del and Dawg



• Fri 11/9/18 at - 8:00 PM

Dave Alvin


Dave's music is a “braid” of different American music: blues, country, rock'n'roll, pop, folk and R&B and, in each strand, he favours the California accent. Launching his solo career with the 1987 album, 'Romeo's Escape,' Dave's solo albums have ranged from the twangy roots-rock of 'Blue Blvd.' to the storytelling country-folk of 'King of California' to the muscular blues of 'Ashgrove.' He won the Best Traditional Folk Grammy Award for his 2000 album, 'Public Domain: Songs from the Wild Land.'


• Sat 11/10/18 at - 8:00 PM

The Trouble Notes

Live Music in Bar/Club


• Wed 11/14/18 at - 8:00 PM

Ty Segall


Ty Segall is a singer/songwriter from San Francisco.


• Thu 11/15/18 at - 9:00 PM

Colter Wall


Colter Wall is a Saskatchewan born songwriter and performing musician. Steeped in Old Timey material and traditional Americana, Wall's sound is comprised of resonate and raw baritone vocals, Folk and Bluegrass style guitar and banjo picking, steady kick-drum stomping, and visually provoking, story telling lyrics.


• Fri 11/16/18 at - 9:00 PM

Mac DeMarco


Mac DeMarco, the Canadian-born indie singer-songwriter who recorded his first album, "Salad Days," in his Brooklyn apartment, has switched coasts, moving to L.A. He has a new record, too, "This Old Dog." A fan of his first album, writing on, called DeMarc's music "not quite pop ... woozy and dreamy."


• Sun 11/18/18 at - 9:00 PM

David Wilcox


Cleveland-born David Wilcox is an acoustic guitarist, singer and songwriter whose reputation as a storyteller sets him apart from the folk mainstream.


• Fri 11/23/18 at - 8:00 PM

Mike Cooley


Mike Cooley is known for his work with the band Drive-By Truckers.


• Thu 11/29/18 at - 9:00 PM

The Black Lillies


The Black Lillies play rootsy tunes with as much heart as technical virtuosity. If you ask them, they’ll tell you they play "Tennessee music" – combining strains of swampy Memphis soul and blues with Nashville’s classic country and East Tennessee’s traditional Appalachian style – while Rolling Stone describes it as "country music with a soul-rock infusion, supported by bandleader Cruz Contreras' smart songwriting and tight musicianship." The band’s fourth and most recent album, 2015’s “Hard to Please,” reached No. 1 on the Roots Music Report and No. 4 on the Americana radio charts, as well as debuting at No. 12 on Billboard Heatseekers and No. 30 on Billboard's Top 200 Country Albums.


• Fri 11/30/18 at - 9:00 PM

Jeff Austin Band


The mandolinist Jeff Austin is celebrated for his fleet fingers and penchant for improvisation on stage. A former member of Yonder Mountain String Band, Austin has broken through jam and bluegrass scenes, playing some of the best known stages and festivals in the country. He launched his solo career in 2014.


• Sat 12/1/18 at - 8:00 PM


Folk,Rap/Hip Hop,Pop,Rock

WHY? is a quaret of Cincinnati-born men who fiddle with skins, strings, bells and microphones and present their findings to the listening public. Later they relocated to Oakland to make pop-inflected psychedelic folk-hop. Originally consisting solely of Jonathan "Yoni" Wolf, WHY? became a full band before their 2005 release.


• Thu 12/6/18 at - 9:00 PM

JD McPherson


From the Tulsa suburb of Broken Arrow, OK, JD McPherson and his ace band (Jimmy Sutton on bass, Doug Corcoran on guitar/sax, Ray Jacildo on keyboards, Jason Smay on drums) have generated a buzz and an energy not seen around a roots-based rock'n'roll band since the early days of The Blasters, in the early 1980s. McPherson, who grew up on a cattle ranch outside Tulsa and studied film and art in college, absorbed early rock'n'roll and R&B the way a sponge soaks up water, and then threw punk into the mix as well. Being fired from teaching middle-school art in Tulsa for having the audacity to play Bad Brains for his students freed him to work on his debut album, 2012's "Signs and Signifiers," with the signature tune "North Side Gal" as an exclamation point. Following much word-of-mouth, he and the band set to album No. 2, the critically acclaimed "Let the Good Times Roll," a 2015 release.


• Sat 12/8/18 at - 9:00 PM

Wayne Hancock


Wayne "The Train" Hancock has found success with his mix of Texas country, rock and rockabilly, which looks to the past while still sounding new. He is often compared to Hank Williams III. Writing songs since the age of 12 helped him win a talent contest at age 18 called 'Wrangler County Showdown.' He then was immediately shipped to new recruit training for the US Marine Corps where he served four years. "The Train" was chugging along with his musical career when he recorded his 2003 album, 'Swing Time,' live during a two-night stand at the Continental Club in Austin.


• Wed 12/12/18 at - 8:00 PM

Reverend Horton Heat


Singer, songwriter and guitarist Jim Heath, aka "Reverend Horton," along with Jimbo Wallace and Paul Simmons play their own brand of psychobilly. The group's music is a mixture of country, surf, punk, big band, swing and rockabilly. Their songs have been used in popular video games and commercials. The song 'I Can't Surf' was part of the soundtrack of the video game 'Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3.' 'Like a Rocket' was chosen as the official Daytona 500 theme song for 2002.


• Wed 12/19/18 at - 7:30 PM