Lexington Avenue, Asheville NC
Lexington Avenue, Asheville NC
The Opulent 'Possum House Concert Series
The Opulent 'Possum is a House Concert Series located at Far Flung Farm in Canton, NC. We host singer-songwriters in our home.
Asheville Yoga Festival - Part 2!
Asheville Yoga Festival
Heather Taylor - Hometown Show
$10 - Live in the Upstairs Lounge with Sean Jerome.
Secret Release show!
Habitat Brewing Co.
Habitat Brewing Co., 174 Broadway St, Asheville, NC
RedRover Thursdays Alex Rose 7:00 HT & Sean 8:00 "Sedona Sunrise" single release celebration
All Go West
We'll be at the busker stage for an hour opening up the festival!
LOST DOG Street Band, Mama's Broke, Heather Taylor w/ Sean Jerome
Genre: Lowdown Country Storytelling Tickets: adv. $8 / dos. $10 Show: 9PM (Doors 8PM) Ages: 21+
LOST DOG street band
Lost Dog Street Band formed in the winter of 2010 after husband-and-wife duo Benjamin Tod (guitarist/vocalist) and Ashley Mae (fiddle player) parted ways with former musical project Barefoot Surrender. Originally conceived as a duet, Benjamin and Ashley quickly dedicated themselves to carrying the tradition of the American troubadour - hopping trains and hitchhiking across country while delivering their unique brand of original songwriting and tragic storytelling. In the summer of 2011, while performing on the streets of Nashville, Tennessee, Benjamin and Ashley met Nicholas and Shannon Ridout, two skilled musicians traveling from the Pacific Northwest. Immediately inspired by each other’s music, the two groups began writing collaboratively and soon formed the band Spit Shine. The four musicians quickly built a friendship stronger than family, and together poured their blood and sweat into the music of Spit Shine. For the next two years Lost Dog Street Band took a hiatus, until Nicholas’s tragic death in the spring of 2013. Pushing through the sorrow at the loss of their best friend, Lost Dog Street Band was resurrected with a fervency. Now doing very little street performing, Lost Dog Street Band tours the country each year, delivering their story through song in venues nationwide. Along the way they keep Nicholas’s work alive by sharing his music at the end of every show they play. Drawing from years of lonely tramping, and more than one tragic loss, Lost Dog Street Band has crafted a distinct sound that is best described as ‘dark country’ that never wavers from its roots and honors the traditions of its forebearers. In the same vein as country-legend Guy Clark, Benjamin Tod weaves his melodies and lyrics together to offer listeners an unapologetically raw and authentic account of the human experience.
Lisa and Amy came together on the road, which keeps on defining their music. They continue to travel the world, by all means, playing anywhere from warehouses in New Orleans to pirate ships in Amsterdam. Two strong voices blend to create haunting harmonies, while they artfully juggle an array of instruments including fiddle, banjo, guitar and mandolin while incorporating traditional dance and foot percussion. Original songwriting combined with folk styles ranging from old-time to Balkan to Celtic , create a compelling performance delivered with heart and raw energy .
Summit Coffee Brunch! Heather Taylor w/ Sean Jerome
Chill out over brunch and a cup of delicious survival juice.
Heather Taylor & Tart Vandelay
One friendly fall night of music with Heather Taylor featuring Sean Jerome & Tart Vandelay. Special guest Liz Brenna, will be reading poetry between sets!
Female Artist Spotlight
The Block off Biltmore, Asheville, NC
Three featured female artists share stories and songs at the Block Off Biltmore
Our Voice Benefit Show
The Block, Asheville, NC
Playing a few songs for this beautiful event
1:4 Women 1:6 Men 1:3 Trangender Individuals
... are affected by sexual assault.
Any of you know one of these people? Any of you ARE one of these people? Then you've got a big reason to care about this issue....
With recent publicity around one of our political canditate's "locker room" talk being passed off as normal behavior, I think it's about damn time we educate ourselves about what we choose as acceptable communication, what is not acceptable, and what we can do to create peace in our personal lives and communities.
Education about how Our Voice supports the community!
Facilitated conversation about what rape culture, hostile language, and emotional abuse look like in daily life, and what we can do to shift these paradigms within our relationships!
An opportunity to get involved more with a cause you care about!
Music from Asher Leigh & other local artists!
Vegan dinner offered by The Block!
Gather with us tonight and BE THE VOICE OF CHANGE in your community....
The Crawdiddies- Final Show with Heather
Happy Fall! A ton of great bands come together for a fall festival. Will be one to rememeber!
THE FALL DOWN - October 14th&15th @ The "G" Lodge
FREE Camping Family & Pet friendly 2 Stages Fish Pond Fire Friendly Mostly Bring Your Own (Some food will be available for purchase)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th 5-7 Randy McMillen & Our Friends 7-8:15 The Heavenly Chillbillies 8:15-9 Jungle Steve 9-11 Floodwood 11-2am Ocular Panther
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15th 11-12 Duo+ 12-1:30 Grand Canyon Rescue Episode 1:30-3 Folkfaces 3-4:45 Crawdiddies 4:45-6:15 Jungle Steve 6:15-8 Brothers Blue 8-9:30 Elephino 9:30-11:30 Subsoil 11:30-1 Moho Collective 1-? Intrepid Travelers
$20/Friday $30/Saturday $40/Weekend
Tickets will be availbe pre-sale at Aaron's Alley in Rochester, NY or from Gabriella Gauger in Buffalo, NY.
The Crawdiddies and Brothers Blue combined for the Diddy bunch!
Cd Release Party/Art Show
IT'S SET! HT's solo adventure CD release party and Art show at the Little Theatre's new event space (right next to the cool marquis on East Avenue)....!!!
There will be : LIVE BUBBLES LIVE MASSAGE THERAPIST LIVE MUSIC ART LOVE THINGS TO PURCHASE THINGS TO EAT STUFF TO DRINK
Please invite friends! More details to come
The Crawdiddies- Heather Farewell
Full-circle good-bye party from our first gig location!
WITR presents: Folk U
WITR welcomes all the wonderful humans who are new to town, those who skipped out for summer, and all the local Rochesterians to join us as we take a relaxing step back into the college grind. For students, this is a way to take a breather from your first week of school. For adults, this is the time to float away from normal life as you sway to the strums of an acoustic guitar. There is no better way to find peace with the passing of another summer season than to gather together surrounded by books and listen to lovely folk music.
Featuring: Darryl Rahn Jon Lewis Susanna Rose MD WOODS Heather Taylor Apollo 11 Brind'Amour
Entry costs $10 for all, all ages welcome. Doors open at 3pm. Music Starts at 3:30.
Spend your Sunday afternoon supporting local music and a local business. Browse the seemingly never ending selection of books and buy the book(s) that speak to your soul.
MUSIC // BOOKS // HAPPINESS