West Asheville

The Battlefield & Don Gallardo set up to play ISIS

Prepare for a night of acoustic americana at its finest

This Sunday evening, ISIS Restaurant & Music Hall will host two well known figures in the world of americana music. Don Gallardo and his smart style of country opens the show, followed by up and coming musicians The Battlefield. If you or someone you know appreciates the art of songwriting then this is one show that's not to be missed.

An evening with Cass McCombs

Silky smooth songs on a Sunday night at The Mothlight
A wild head of hair isn't the only crazy thing about Steve Marion, the New Jersey based multi-instrumentalist who goes by the moniker Delicate Steve. From the time him and his band were on stage to the time they stepped off, it was a nonstop romp of straight up fun and driving rhythms that made your ears happy.

Hiss Golden Messenger lights up The Mothlight

An uplifting evening of music in West Asheville
An orange light spread its warmth across the front of Taylor's denim shirt as they went into their first song. The crowd immediately started feeling the music, with all eyes transfixed on the stage and all shoulders swaying side to side. A solid mix of old favorites along with new jams from this month's album Heart Like a Levee permeated the first part of the performance.

Cass McCombs is Asheville bound

The talented musician gets ready to woo The Mothlight
Over the past decade, McCombs has been honing his abilities and releasing a wide array of equally meaningful albums and songs. From his first EP back in 2002 to his most recent Mangy Love album this year, McCombs has shown his shifting styles and documented his growth with his deep lyrics and spaciously soft songwriting.

Thank You Frankie Cosmos

The 22-year-old singer/songwriter makes Asheville swoon
Kline perfectly delivered just the right mix of songs from her extensive catalog of uniquely vulnerable and catchy ballads. The crowd was all collectively in Frankie Cosmos bliss. At one point the band even treated the devoted concertgoers to a choreographed dance routine that sent the crowd into fits of applause and laughter.

Frankie Cosmos meets Asheville

The singer/songwriter gears up to make her Asheville debut

Okay, so her name really isn't Frankie Cosmos. If you're too disappointed to read on after this, then closing out on this page is totally understandable. But just know that you'll be missing out on getting more information about the wonderful musical adventures of Greta Kline.

Della Mae give a powerful performance

The bluegrass gals rock a sold out show in West Asheville
Thunderous applause welcomed Della Mae to the house, as they went right into playing one of their well-loved hits. The passion that each member of the band has for americana and bluegrass music is apparent right off the bat. The way each of their talents came together was a delicate and beautiful dance of musical prowess.

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