UNDERHILL FAMILY ORCHESTRA, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST, 8PM
A five piece band from Alabama, The Underhill Family are known for their face paint-wearin', arm-swingin', foot-stompin'catchy take on southern pop and wild live performances. Moonlighting in cities across the us for the last 6 years, from Denver to Pittsburgh to Austin to Orlando, they have crafted two albums documenting their unique sound and take on American music. Writer Katherine Springer reviewed their performance recently for Spectrum Culture, saying: "For a band who released their first album in 2011, Underhill have an on-stage confidence and live presence that rivals seasoned performers. Their roughly 30-minute set included raucous numbers and softer ballads, with the vocal interplay between guitarist Steven Laney, tambourinist Joelle Rosen and mandolinist Benjamin Cook solidifying that family band feel. If the energy of the jangly “10 Minute Stop” or their mid-set performance of “The Ballad of Aldo & Kat” could be topped, their finale “Oh Spirit, Bring Me Home” ended the set on a high with just the right blend of gritty rock and gospel." Tickets: $5 at the door. Listen in.
DYADO & YOUNG MISTER, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND, 8PM-11PM
Dreamcountry band Dyado is the collaborative project of Louisa Stancioff, Emily Ramsey and Matt Lohan. With material ranging from groovy banjo driven love songs in three part harmony, to hard hitting alt-country style ballads, their recently released debut E.P. is a breakout work that showcases the group’s stunning collaborative songwriting and a wealth of vocal talent. Listen in: https://dyado.bandcamp.com/
Young Mister takes the stage after. Young Mister is songwriter Steven Fiore, sometimes accompanied by a band of talented musicians across the southeast United States. As a songwriter, Fiore has spent many years building a fan base along both coasts, touring with Jay Clifford (Jump Little Children), Slow Runner, and even regularly performing as a guest vocalist in Jeff Goldblum’s jazz band in Los Angeles. Listen in: http://youngmister.com/ Tickets: $5 at the door
DR. BACON, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23RD, 8PM
Dr. Bacon is a genre blending "Appalachian Funk-Rock" band from Asheville, NC. Performing an infectiously danceable blend of funk, soul, jazz, rock, blues, folk, hip-hop and more. Featuring as diverse instrumentation as influencing styles including: guitars, resonator, harmonica, bass, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone drums, trombone, violin, pedal steel, mandolin, kazoo and more. Dr. Bacon is sure to get you moving and grooving. Tickets: $7 at the door. Listen in.
LAND & LORE ECOTOURS PRESENTS: THE 1ST ANNUAL NATURE FESTIVAL IN ASHEVILLE , SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30TH, 3PM7PM
Including all kinds of nature-inspired activities:
Kids booths to interact with nature
Live birds of prey and other wildlife
Craft booths and animal-inspired face painting
Free nature and history tours and Outdoor yoga
Inspiring guest speakers discussing the Appalachians
Raffle tickets for private nature tours along the Blue Ridge Parkway and in Pisgah National Forest.
Kid's nature scavenger hunt at 4:00 pm
This event is completely FREE, no membership required.
Dog-friendly and kid-friendly! Rain or shine, see you there!
For event questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. RSVP to Facebook event for updates!
REMEDY TREE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, 8PM
Remedy Tree is an Americana Indie-Folk band from St Augustine FL, with Influences from Old-time, bluegrass and classical. Gabriel Acevedo, Singer/Songwriter and multi instrumentalist started writing songs at a young age drawing ideas from artists such as Ray Lamontagne, Matthew And The Atlas, Mumford And Sons, Lumineers and Peter Bradley Adams. Gabriel formed Remedy in the Summer of 2015 with his wife Abigail Acevedo (vocals, guitar, upright bass), Xander Lynn, Principle Cellist of the St Augustine Orchestra, and Nathan Sutton on percussion (Current percussionist: Joey Hefferon) . Their sound evolved as they honed in on original content, drawing influences from contemporary and traditional bands alike such as Old Crow Medicine show, Trampled By Turtles, and The Avett Brothers. They currently tour locally, playing small venues, and festivals, promoting their self released debut album, Tale Of Three. Listen in.