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The weekend is full of fun, including Just Brew It, the homebrewing festival held at the Wedge. Check it all out!

Branches. Photo: Kelly Boitano
Indie rock/Americana band Branches brings their distinctive sound to the Grey Eagle on Monday, May 8th.

Misha Stein, Patrick Watson, Robbie Kuster, and Joe Grass. Credit: Erin Fowler
Patrick Watson played the Grey Eagle last Friday, 3/31, and we've got the exclusive photo gallery.

Folk music veteran Richard Buckner is coming to The Grey Eagle this Thursday.

Looking for the something to do this Cinco de Mayo weekend? The Asheville GritVegas Weekend Update has you covered!

Fuzz band
Bathe in the heat wave that is Fuzz, playing the Grey Eagle Thursday, November 12.

It seems as though we blinked and the last week of March was upon us. But no worries, the weekend is here and we've got you covered with our picks of just some of the best events going on around town. So, get up and go have some fun, Asheville.

The Apache Relay, a folksy pop band from Nashville and Western North Carolina return to the Grey Eagle on March 28 where they once again expect to be welcomed with warm, open, Asheville arms.

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.

Sure it might be rainy and cold out. We may even get a little snow (gasp!). But there is still a ton to do around town no matter what and we've listed just a few.

I'm doing a new thing for Grit in which I'll be conducting very short, 5-question interviews with chefs, servers, owners, staff, and patrons of local restaurants. I start off with Russ Keith of the Grey Eagle Taqueria...

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.

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

A late-summer music festival in Asheville. Big-name talent over three days and three venues. All put together by two guys with a cool West Asheville record store.

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

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...

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

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