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Martin Anderson

We'll hear the rock/funk/soul vehicle Travers Brothership, led by twin brothers and Asheville natives Eric & Kyle Travers. They were here back in February to talk about and play tunes from their album “A Way to Survive.” And, we're going to reach way back in the vaults to hear Greg Brown playing live for us in 1996. One of the songs he performed was “BoomTown,” which was new at the time, and is still one of our favorites.

THE BIG TAKEOVER Live Friday, August 4th at 2pm

Jul 30, 2017
THE BIG TAKEOVER
Matthew Conde

Ska, soul, and more converge with this high-energy sextet from New York, fronted by charismatic singer Nee Nee Rushie. Infectious tunes! They play the Asheville Music Hall on Friday night (supporting Dynamo.)

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It's great to see these two favorites of ours -- John Cowan the longtime voice of newgrass since his days with Newgrass Revival, and Darin & Brooke keeping North Carolina bluegrass vibrant and strong in the 21st Century -- playing together on stage, as they'll be doing at the Altamont Theatre in Asheville on Friday (after playing Floyd, VA Thursday). It's even greater to announce that they'll be live in Studio B with us and you! 

DAVID CHILDERS Live Thursday, May 25th at 1pm

May 18, 2017
DAVID CHILDERS
Kevin Bridges

Our favorite Mt. Holly lawyer-turned-musician has a new release that is seriously one of his best -- and we've been following him since at least 1999. On Run Skeleton Run he has a lot of help from Bob Crawford and Scott Avett of The Avett Brothers, and producer Don Dixon, in addition to his fellow regular bandmates. History and literature feature prominently through his great songs, and he'll perform live in Studio B in advance of shows in Charlotte on May 28th and June 8th, among others.

Visit David Childers' website.

JOSEPH HUBER Live Thursday, May 18th at 1pm

May 12, 2017
JOSEPH HUBER
Michelle Jones-Huber

This singer/songwriter from Milwaukee caught our ears with some stand-out songs on his new, 4th release, The Suffering Stage. Joseph Huber plays The One-Stop in Asheville on Wednesday, and Sleepy Owl Brewery in Kingsport on Thursday.

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