Events Calendar

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    October 2021

  • October 15, 2021 8:00 pm

     

    General Admission show I Tickets $12 in advance I $15 day of show I --- Esteemed singer-songwriter Randall Bramblett is a multi-instrumentalist musician with a career spanning four decades. The Jesup, Georgia native has been highly sought-after for his creativity as both a collaborator and skilled touring sideman. His talent has earned him the respect of his peers and many of rock’s finest luminaries. In 1974 he was part of the Gregg Allman Band for his Laid Back album and tour. In the 1970's he joined Sea Level with Chuck Leavell. He’s shared stages with artists such as Steve Winwood, Bonnie Raitt, The Allman Brothers Band and Widespread Panic, among others. He’s also a noted songwriter - he penned the title track for the Grammy nominated Blind Boys of Alabama’s last album, adding to a long catalog of songs covered by Raitt, Gregg Allman, Bonnie Bramlett, Hot Tuna, Delbert McClinton, Chuck Leavell and more.
  • October 04, 2021 5:00 pm

     

    Indoor seated tickets $35 (limited) I Outdoor General Admission $25 I Doors at 5:00 I Music at 6:00 I ---- Join us for an evening full of music as we raise funds for the Junior Appalachian Musicians (JAM). The Creekside Crawfish will start things off, followed by Pretty Little Goat and then the Pisgah Pickers will finish the night off.
  • September 2021

  • September 26, 2021 6:30 pm

     

    The Sunday Open Electric Jam is King Street's longest standing tradition. The house band leads things off at 6:30 and then invites guests up to the stage to join them. In a town bursting will musical talent, you never know who might show up, but one thing is guaranteed - an evening of incredible music. The jam is free and open to the public.
  • September 19, 2021 6:30 pm

     

    The Sunday Open Electric Jam is King Street's longest standing tradition. The house band leads things off at 6:30 and then invites guests up to the stage to join them. In a town bursting will musical talent, you never know who might show up, but one thing is guaranteed - an evening of incredible music. The jam is free and open to the public.
  • September 17, 2021 8:00 pm

     

    General Admission show. Tickets $7 --- Carver Commodore is an alternative rock band from the modest town of Florence, Alabama. The band is composed of guitarist and vocalist Payton Pruitt, guitarist Phillip Blevins, drummer Noah Freeman, and multi-instrumentalist Clayton Christopher. In contrast to the “swampy, soulful sound” that put their hometown on the map, Carver is known for fusing garage, indie, and pop influences into stadium-worthy rock anthems​.
  • September 16, 2021 7:00 pm

     

    INDOOR $20 a seat/must reserve entire table/tables are limited --- OUTDOOR is general admission $15 a person ----- Doors at 4:00 I Show at 7:00 I--- Forest Sun was born in upstate New York to folksinging back-to-the-land hippie parents. His dad used to chop wood with neighbor Garth Hudson of the Band and literally built the floor that Bob Dylan stood on at manager Albert Grossman’s Bearsville studios in Woodstock, NY. His mom heard Pete Seeger and Joan Baez play when they filmed a TV show in her uncles living room in Boston, and dated one of the Chambers Brothers before she met his dad. Weaned on a diet of Jackson Browne and Toots and the Maytals, some of Forest’s earliest memories are of his dad playing “Poncho and Lefty” by Townes Van Zandt and his mom singing Elizabeth Cotton’s “Freight Train”. Forest wrote songs with Rory Block when he was six years old, learned to juggle with WavyGravy when he was 9, and studied drumming with the late African master percussionist Babatunde Olatunji as a teenager. In college he played in a band with SNL star Maya Rudolph. They opened for No Doubt at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz before Forest left to study art in Spain.
  • September 12, 2021 6:30 pm

     

    The Sunday Open Electric Jam is King Street's longest standing tradition. The house band leads things off at 6:30 and then invites guests up to the stage to join them. In a town bursting will musical talent, you never know who might show up, but one thing is guaranteed - an evening of incredible music. The jam is free and open to the public.
  • September 07, 2021 6:30 pm

     

    INDOOR $20 a seat/must reserve entire table/tables are limited---OUTDOOR is general admission $15 a person---- Tuesday nights Travis hosts a casual musical collaboration at the legendary 185 King St. in his hometown of Brevard, NC. There are usually 3 musicians and it’s often the first time they’ve ever performed together, making for some truly magical nights. Travis has hosted a wide range of musicians including Mike Ashworth, Anders Beck, Nicki Bluhm, Josh Daniel, Andy Dunnigan, Benny “Burle” Galloway, Mike Guggino, Jesse Iaquinto, Lindsay Lou, Tommy Maher, Mimi Naja, Lyndsay Pruett, Rev. Matthew Reiger, Jon Stickley, Barrett Smith, Kyle Tuttle, and Jon Weisberger. Every week is different, but it’s not just a jam; Travis brings intention to every setlist and every show and as a result, these carefully cultivated shows are becoming a cornerstone of the WNC music scene.
  • September 05, 2021 6:30 pm

     

    The Sunday Open Electric Jam is King Street's longest standing tradition. The house band leads things off at 6:30 and then invites guests up to the stage to join them. In a town bursting will musical talent, you never know who might show up, but one thing is guaranteed - an evening of incredible music. The jam is free and open to the public.
  • September 04, 2021 8:00 pm

     

    General admission show: $15 ADV I $20 DOS --- Songwriters. Singers. Multi-instrumentalists. Brothers. At only 26, twins Eric Travers and Kyle Travers have been writing songs and stunning live audiences for well over half their lifetime. Presenting soulful, bluesy, rock n’ roll spun in psychedelic jam, Travers Brothership; also including singer, bassist, songwriter, Josh Clark, and keyboardist, songwriter, percussionist, Ian McIsaac, create a fierce and balanced team, strengthened by the 13 years they’ve spent together on and off the road.
  • September 03, 2021 8:00 pm

     

    General Admission show. Tickets $7--- The Wobblers are a roots band based in Upstate, SC! With a heavy emphasis on New Orleans-style rhythms and unique instrumentation, the band pulls from a wide variety of influences. Gospel blues, organ-heavy, hard-bop jazz and old-school twangy country make for a well-rounded and high energy show. They got their start in 2012 as a 4 piece and quickly added a horn section, forming what would become their wall of sound. The band released their first album in 2019, and will be releasing an EP called Astro III this summer on 7" vinyl.
  • September 02, 2021 7:00 pm

     

    INDOOR $10 a seat/must reserve entire table/tables are limited I OUTDOOR is general admission $10 a person I --- Join us for an all female, songwriters in the round showcase.
  • August 2021

  • August 31, 2021 6:30 pm

     

    INDOOR $20 a seat/must reserve entire table/tables are limited---OUTDOOR is general admission $15 a person---- Tuesday nights Travis hosts a casual musical collaboration at the legendary 185 King St. in his hometown of Brevard, NC. There are usually 3 musicians and it’s often the first time they’ve ever performed together, making for some truly magical nights. Travis has hosted a wide range of musicians including Mike Ashworth, Anders Beck, Nicki Bluhm, Josh Daniel, Andy Dunnigan, Benny “Burle” Galloway, Mike Guggino, Jesse Iaquinto, Lindsay Lou, Tommy Maher, Mimi Naja, Lyndsay Pruett, Rev. Matthew Reiger, Jon Stickley, Barrett Smith, Kyle Tuttle, and Jon Weisberger. Every week is different, but it’s not just a jam; Travis brings intention to every setlist and every show and as a result, these carefully cultivated shows are becoming a cornerstone of the WNC music scene.
  • August 28, 2021 8:00 pm

     

    General Admission show - $10 Currently out of Asheville, NC, Supatight delivers a high energy live performance that is funk driven and appeals to a wide variety of audiences. While specializing in hard-hitting funk, their music incorporates elements of indie, jazz, soul, reggae, and comedic country. Supatight blends intricately timed grooves with improvisational components resulting in an authentic, full sound, drawing diverse styles from every member of the band.
  • August 26, 2021 7:00 pm

     

    INDOOR $15 a seat/must reserve entire table/tables are limited---OUTDOOR is general admission $12 a person Aaron Burdett is an acclaimed Americana/Bluegrass singer-songwriter and performer from Western North Carolina who is listed as one of the most important western NC musicians by WNC Magazine. He has won awards in multiple songwriting competitions hosted by the likes of MerleFest, Mountain Stage, the NC Songwriter’s Co-op, and Our State Magazine. His last four albums have been voted top 20 Albums of the Year by WNCW radio listeners. His latest two singles; “Rockefeller” and “Dirt Poor” off his forthcoming album, made the airplay “top 15 charts” for Bluegrass and Grassicana music for six consecutive weeks in the second half of 2020. “Dirt Poor” reached number one in early October.
  • August 24, 2021 6:30 pm

     

    INDOOR $20 a seat/must reserve entire table/tables are limited---OUTDOOR is general admission $15 a person---- Tuesday nights Travis hosts a casual musical collaboration at the legendary 185 King St. in his hometown of Brevard, NC. There are usually 3 musicians and it’s often the first time they’ve ever performed together, making for some truly magical nights. Travis has hosted a wide range of musicians including Mike Ashworth, Anders Beck, Nicki Bluhm, Josh Daniel, Andy Dunnigan, Benny “Burle” Galloway, Mike Guggino, Jesse Iaquinto, Lindsay Lou, Tommy Maher, Mimi Naja, Lyndsay Pruett, Rev. Matthew Reiger, Jon Stickley, Barrett Smith, Kyle Tuttle, and Jon Weisberger. Every week is different, but it’s not just a jam; Travis brings intention to every setlist and every show and as a result, these carefully cultivated shows are becoming a cornerstone of the WNC music scene.
  • August 21, 2021 8:00 pm

     

    INDOOR $10 a seat/must reserve entire table/tables are limited---OUTDOOR is general admission $10 a person---- Winners of the Independent Blues Award for “Best Blues-Soul Artist of 2019,” The Lucky Losers are San Francisco’s finest male/female duet fronted band — a throwback to the hybrid of soul, blues, rock, gospel, and country that emerged in the late 1960’s with impassioned vocal performances, electrifying musical interplay, and powerful harmonica.
  • August 20, 2021 8:00 pm

     

    General Admission show - Tickets $7 ---- Kayla Lynn is a bass player and singer from WV. She has been playing music professionally since the age of 12. Now living in Asheville, she is a regular in the funk music scene and can be found playing with some of the areas finest. Some highlights of the past few years include playing Alive after Five with the Asheville Allstars, The Lizzo tribute show with members of The Fritz, and Moving the Needle with some of Asheville's leading ladies. High Energy covers and original songs will keep you dancing all night long while Kayla's wild stage presence and sense of humor will keep you smiling.
  • August 19, 2021 7:00 pm

     

    Indoor table reservations $15 per seat/must reserve entire table I Outdoor is general admission $15 a ticket I ---- Alexa Rose was born in the Alleghany Highlands of western Virginia, raised in the tiny railroad town of Clifton Forge. Though no one her immediate family played or sang, she inherited a deep musical legacy. “Growing up I would hear stories of my great-grandfather Alvy who, for a time, lived and played with [bluegrass great] Lester Flatt when they were both young men,” says Rose. “Apparently, Lester tried to get him to move to Nashville and pursue a career. But my great-grandfather decided to stay in the mountains with his wife on their farm.” “There are so many musicians where I’m from, people who just play on their porch or in some local bar — and they’re amazing. They don’t do it commercially, that’s not the essence of what they do. There’s a deep connection between their sense of place and the music they make. That’s what really inspires me about the musical culture in the South and the mountains, especially.” That visceral connection is at the core of Rose’s debut album, Medicine for Living (Big Legal Mess). A stunning ten-track effort, it finds the 25-year-old singer-songwriter bringing a wellspring of tradition to bear on an enlivening collection of contemporary roots songs.
  • August 14, 2021 8:00 pm

     

    General Admission show - Tickets $10 ---- The band is built on the musical brotherhood that guitarist/vocalist Silas Durocher and bassist Jesse Gentry have formed playing music together since middle school. Durocher, who is a trained composer and has been commissioned to write for symphonies and chamber groups, has guitar chops that can soothe or rage and a charismatic swagger as a frontman and a singer. “Durocher has an impressive range and rich clarity to his vocals—think a more soulful Dan Auerbach” (Connect Savannah). Gentry’s virtuosic bass playing “catapults from elastic to nasty” (The Mountain Xpress). With the addition of Jian-Claude Mears, a drummer with “precision, passion, and an inescapable momentum” (Live For Live Music), the group’s sound has become an unstoppable force. They have been wowing audiences around the country and the Caribbean since their inception in 2011 with an unparalleled live show and a relentless tour schedule.

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