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Lettuce go to The Orange Peel

The funky, jazz influenced group gets ready to play the Peel ​​​​​​​
This Friday evening, Asheville will get a chance to see Lettuce play live at The Orange Peel. With their driving far-out sounds and multi-instrumental talents, the good vibes will be cranked up to 11. Friday night will mark the third time that the group has performed here in our eclectic mountain town, and the show is ramping up to be one Ashevillians won't want to miss.

A chat with Lizzy Ross

Holden Mesk, writer for Asheville Music Guide, got a chance to speak with Lizzy Ross before her upcoming show at The Altamont Theatre. Ross spoke about her new album, hosting a podcast with her sister, and practicing yoga. Read her interview below and make sure you head to her show this Thursday, October 27th at 8pm!

Let's talk BABY BABY

Asheville Music Guide interviewed drummer Grant Wallace from Atlanta based rock band BABY BABY. Wallace had lots to say about the band's recent album, staying in Justin Bieber's mansion, and the importance of lawn care. Catch their show at New Mountain this Sunday, October 23rd with support from Bel Heir!

Pack's Tavern

Pack’s Tavern offers outstanding service, the best drinks in town, and a large eclectic menu of over 60 items; everything from signature salads to specialty burgers, from wonderful appetizers to w

William Elliott Whitmore does things a bit differently

The American folk singer gives a memorable performance at New Mountain
Music venues make up a large part of what makes a show great. The people and the environment are two crucial elements that play into a show that have the power to make it the best night ever—or the worst. Thanks to New Mountain, Tuesday night's William Elliott Whitmore show was something magically awesome.

Brian Wilson takes Asheville back to the sixties

The Pet Sounds 50th Anniversary Tour makes its way to the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

The Thomas Wolfe Auditorium was briefly transformed into what felt like a time machine last Thursday night when Brian Wilson and members of The Beach Boys took the stage. The legendary musician and songwriter was joined by a host of other talented performers to bring Pet Sounds to life.

Asheville prepares for its night out with Brian Wilson

This one is going to be big

No, you're not in California and you're not dreaming. Brian Wilson himself, along with fellow Beach Boys Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin, will be playing at the US Cellular Center this Thursday night in celebration of Pet Sounds 50th anniversary. The once-in-a-lifetime show will mark the first time Brian Wilson has played here in Asheville.

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