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Southern Culture On The Skids

Performing Sat. Sept 30

For over thirty years, Southern Culture On The Skids have played an eclectic range of Americana including rockabilly, surf rock, country and r&b, with a punk edge and heaps of humor. They are known for their legendary live shows and wacky antics, including throwing fried chicken and banana puddin’ into the crowd as well as inviting audience members on stage to dance. Visually SCOTS look a bit like the hillbilly stepchild of the B-52’s with Mary’s trademark beehive hair-doo and Rick’s hick overalls. But it’s more than just great fun; they are fantastic musicians to boot...Elmore Magazine: by Mike Cobb

Holy Ghost Tent Revival

Performing Friday Sept 29  "soul-rock horn band that recalls 60s and 70s classic-rock influences such as The Band and The Flying Burrito Brothers, contemporary indie-rock acts like Dr. Dog, and New Orleans brass-band jazz." -NPR ​

Parker Gispert (of the Whigs)

Sat. Sept 30

Parker Gispert is the frontman, singer, guitarist, pianist and songwriter of The Whigs.  The Whigs began in Athens, Georgia in 2001 and have released five studio albums and one live album via ATO Records and New West Records while also touring the world consistently as headliners or support for groups such as Kings of Leon, Black Keys, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Drive By Truckers, Hold Steady, and many more.

Aaron Woody Wood

Sept 29

Aaron Woody Wood’s story is one steeped in music and tradition. Woody is straight up Appalachian Soul music. Carved from a piece of the NC foothills Rock and then Rolled through the Mississippi Delta mud, he’s a cosmic cowboy who represents the powerful soul and energy of American music.

Shake It Like A Caveman

Friday Sept 29

“Electric neo-blues & amped-up disco porn grooves”  The Philadelphia Examiner

Laura Blackley & the Wildflowers

Sat. Sept 30

Asheville Music School Rock Band

Sat. Sept 30

9th – 12th grade students playing classic and contemporary rock music.

Resonant Rogues

Sat. Sept 30

“The Resonant Rogues meld gypsy jazz and old-time Appalachian string music with some devilish fiddling on their latest offering ‘Here and Gone Again'” –GERRY MCNALLY

Andrew Scotchie & the River Rats

Sat. Sept 30

"The band creates tight, concise, funky-but-riff-happy songs that are heavy on catchy hooks and singalong choruses."....(Vincent Harris / Greenville SC Journal)

Pierce Edens

Sat, Sept 30

Asheville’s Pierce Edens heard old-timey mountain music until his teens; that’s when he was steeped in punk and grunge. Both inform his music. His shadowy baritone has a dark, jazzy canter reminiscent of Tom Waits, while the percolating strings below it veer from bluegrass to closing-time cabaret. The punk manifests in the rebellious free-spirited nature of ‘Montana’

– Indy Week, Chris Parker

The Get Right Band

Sat. Sept 30

“The Get Right Band’s music combines styles from funk and rock n’ roll to reggae. Their melodies are a perfect blend of energy and fun supported by smart lyrics. It has been a real pleasure for me to collaborate with them creating the illustrations of their new album “Who’s in Charge?” which will be released this August. It offers moments of great funk and rock where the virtuosity of Silas Durocher’s voice and guitar are perfectly integrated with Jesse Gentry’s bass and JC Mears’ percussion.”
Alessandro Arrigo, Peppertool (Jun 25, 2016)

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