They Might Be Awesome

Seasoned alt-rockers return to Asheville
They have a cult following, they're fun and quirky, and they love Asheville—no, I'm not talking about that bicycle riding nun that you always see downtown, I'm talking They Might Be Giants. The same venue that the band fondly wrote a song about back in 2004 will mark the spot where they'll be playing a show on Thursday of this week.

The Front Bottoms go all out at The Orange Peel

The band's current tour concluded Sunday night in a glowing performance of high-energy fun
The line of excited teenagers and young adults wrapped all the way around to the back of The Orange Peel. The first day of Spring in Asheville had brought colder temperatures than what locals had started to get used to, but that didn't stop the large number of people standing in line for the show that night. The Front Bottoms had arrived in Asheville.

The Front Bottoms head to Asheville

The New Jersey indie rockers swoop into Asheville to play a sold out show that will be one to remember
When it comes to writing catchy songs with smart lyrics, look no further than The Front Bottoms. Since 2008, founding members Brian Sella and Mathew Uychich have been releasing their unique brand of emo music to the masses.

CeeLo's “Love Train” tour makes a stop at The Orange Peel

CeeLo Green lights up The Orange Peel with a glowing personality, shiny gold chains, and irresistibly groovy songs
CeeLo Green's sleek, all black tour bus sat parked outside The Orange Peel on Wednesday as members of the Atlanta soul musician's crew prepared for the second stop of the retro themed “Love Train” tour.


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