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Lush Life and Zansa present Asheville's 3rd Annual Soumu at New Mountain Friday, March 20, 2015 at New Mountain. It will be a celebration of African Music, Dance, Food, and Culture. A party for all ages.

Photographer and blogger Abi Fields sat down with probably the youngest retro band in Asheville for an in depth discussion on what it's like being Posh Hammer.

Two amazing artists to make their debut at The Grey Eagle this year: Zach Deputy on Saturday, February 6th and then the Dean Ween Group on Saturday, March 21st.

Wednesday, February 4th, is one of the first in a series of shows put on by the Asheville Beat Tape Collective – a group of local electronic artists, musicians, and DJs who are making an effort to expand Asheville’s electronic music horizons.

Spurred on by the opening of the Moog Store and Factory and the rise of Moogfest and Mountain Oasis, Asheville’s IDM scene has quickly become one of the fastest-growing and most exciting in the country to watch.

Local promoter Charlie Traveler Presents shares his knowledge of the Asheville music scene and offers up his top picks of some great shows coming up.

Asheville Blog settles down with Austin, TX band the Marmalakes at West Asheville music venue The Mothlight for another video installation of the Asheville Sessions.

Diverse global music is all over the place in Asheville this season. Here's a run-down of cultural music events that closed out the summer, and some upcoming events.

This week, Asheville will celebrate rump shaking like never before with two booty-rific concert events.

The Eagle has long been a staple of the Asheville music scene, with one of the kindest, most passionate dudes in the business running it all: Jeff Whitworth.

The second in the hotel's series showcasing local music and benefiting local nonprofits returns on Sunday, September 28, and is bound to be another stunner of an evening.

The Brown Bag Song Writing Competition kicked off its 8th season earlier this month with a revamped format, a new location, and an appetite for music.

So for all you music fans out there, we’ve consolidated a list of free (and nearly free) outdoor shows and street festivals. That’s your cue to get off your couch and go have some fun!

This Saturday, I had the good fortune to attend the final day of Transfigurations II. Taking place on Blannahassett Island in downtown Marshall, the festival had the feel of attending a day at a very cool summer camp...

Asheville's music scene and culture is a huge draw to our economy and The Orange Peel has been a big part of that.

Get to know more about Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars...

Asheville's hottest weekly concert, The Tuesday Night Funk Jam at The Asheville Music Hall, is live on iamavl.com every Tuesday Night around 11pm.

Downtown After 5, presented by Harmony Motors, returns Friday, August 15 with soul music from The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker and Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics.

With DIG making it's return the weekend of August 22-23 after a brief hiatus, I asked the festival's founder, Justin Ferraby, a few questions about himself, his many hats, and what we can expect from the event this year.

Moon Hooch brought their saxes and their sustainable organic brand of EDM to New Mountain. And they blew everyone away.

Here's a little blast from the past. IamAVL filmed Roosevelt Collier's Super Jam at the Grey Eagle last year.

Part studio session, part live performance...the Echo Sessions are intended to capture the magic of the live performance from the comfort of the studio setting.

This weekend Asheville embraces The Funk with shows from Earphunk and Lettuce with back to back shows at New Mountain in downtown Asheville.

North Carolina native Seth Walker, who now calls NOLA his home, returned to the Tar Heel State in June, treating the crowd at Asheville's Grey Eagle...

It can be tough enough drawing a big crowd on any Monday, and this proved to be the case on July 7th as the Felice Brothers played to an Orange Peel floor that was, maybe, only a third full.

Mark Capon, co-owner of Harvest Records, opens up about Harvest's approach to business and why doing what you want in life outweighs financial gain.

The arrival of summer brought with it the arrival of two of Australia's finest musicians to the Orange Peel for an evening of high energy, immense talent, and infectious spiritual consciousness.

We caught up with them during their first time in Asheville when they were performing at The Grey Eagle in the River Arts District.

In this next installment of Asheville Sessions, we bring to you a unique collective of young men that are from New York.

Orgone and The Horse You Rode In On opened this year's RiverLink RiverMUSIC festival, to a record turnout...

A three-day music festival in August will help mark the record West Asheville record store mark its milestone.

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