River Arts District

The Grey Eagle gets Naked and Famous

No nudity, just great music

Last Sunday night, the Grey Eagle was host to an insanely solid trio of bands. The party started off with Luna Shadows, a Los Angeles performer with enough soul and spunk to go around for everyone. Her electro-pop sound was fresh and cool as she belted out songs from her 2016 debut album Summertime. She even managed to sneak in her new single “Cheerleader.” 

Spending the night with Balance and Composure

A full night of musical awesomeness at The Grey Eagle

"I really appreciate all of you coming out on a Tuesday evening to see us, we'll never forget you,” said Balance and Composure frontman Jon Simmons toward the end of their set earlier this week at The Grey Eagle. Likewise, the crowd won't forget them anytime soon either. The Pennsylvania rockers thrashed to their heart's content along with openers From Indian Lakes and Queen Of Jeans to make the night unforgettable and fun. 

The Naked and Famous at The Grey Eagle

The New Zealand electronic ensemble comes to Asheville with killer openers

Asheville will get a treat tomorrow night thanks to The Naked and Famous playing a show at The Grey Eagle. Joining the indie electronic superstars will be the legendary lo-fi rockers Wavves and blossoming newcomer Luna Shadows. For those unfamiliar with the sounds and vibes of the aforementioned artists, just know that this is a stacked lineup that will not disappoint. 

Samantha Fish rocks Salvage Station

The expert blues singer and guitarist thrills Asheville

Despite the rainy weather, Samantha Fish played a killer show on Saturday night to a big crowd at Salvage Station. Openers T.V. Mike and the Scarecrowes got the evening off to a great start with their warm spirited sound. Laughter filled the air, beer bottles clang together, and the downpour of rain outside the walls of the cozy venue didn't even matter. 

The Grey Eagle welcomes Balance and Composure

The Pennsylvania rockers make their way to Asheville

Balance and Composure are all set to play a show tonight at The Grey Eagle along with openers From Indian Lakes and Queen Of Jeans. The Pennsylvania based band are touring on their most recent album Light We Made from the end of last year. The album sees the guys toning down their hardcore and punk-rock roots in exchange for a smoother and dreamier sound.

Get hooked on Samantha Fish

The blues singer-songwriter heads to Salvage Station

This weekend will be made a lot better and bluesier thanks to Missouri's very own Samantha Fish. The 28-year-old guitarist has made a name for herself in the world of blues and is hot off the heels of releasing her fourth studio album Chills & Fever. On Saturday night she'll play the always awesome Salvage Station along with T.V. Mike and the Scarecrowes

Allah-Las get groovy at The Grey Eagle

A psychedelic night of music and fun

The Grey Eagle felt like a time machine on Thursday night, with the Allah-Las and The Babe Rainbow providing transportive sixties-riffic sounding tunes. At times throughout both band's performances, it felt as if you could be right in a cool club back in 1964. Nostalgia aside, both artists put on killer performances that won't be soon forgotten. 

Ooh la la, it's the Allah-Las 

The Los Angeles garage rockers head to Asheville

Thursday evening of this week will be a night to remember thanks to the Allah-Las coming to perform at The Grey Eagle. If you're unfamiliar with their sound, just know they're a living breathing time capsule of everything that was so great and mind-blowing about sixties psychedelic rock. Keeping with the sixties vibe, The Babe Rainbow will be opening up the show. 

Mitski rocks The Grey Eagle

Mitski, Fear of Men, and Weaves make for one night of awesomeness

Psychedelic Furs were blaring through the speakers of The Grey Eagle while people shuffled in to see Mitski this past Tuesday night. The delicious smell of the venue's taqueria wafted through the air and right into the nostrils of the equally food/music hungry attendees. Also on the night's menu was Toronto band Weaves and England's Fear of Men.

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