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The 420 Boogie! Asheville’s 2nd annual celebration of the Cannabis Culture. Join us at the Salvage Station in Asheville NC for a glimpse into the future! You will find the areas best Glass blowers, local vendors, great music and fantastic food! At the 420 Boogie, You can get up to speed on the latest legalization […]

How the Eccentric Frank Zappa Left his Print in the Music World A self-taught musician and artist;  Frank Zappa was born in Baltimore, Maryland on December 21, 1940 to his lovely parents Rose Maria Zappa, and Francis Vincent Zappa. His mother was a former librarian and typist and his father was a high school teacher […]

The Path Led by James Montgomery A brother, a leader, a fore front founder, a musician, and an inspiration!  James Montgomery has left behind a path full of unique blues, talent and influence. Born on May 12, 1949 in Detroit Michigan, the amazing singer, harmonica, and harp player would eventually be leaving behind some of […]

Jackie Greene and his band played to a packed house at the Grey Eagle in Asheville Saturday 11/5. The current lineup consists of John Cornell on bass, Fitz Paris on drums, Nate Dale on rhythm guitar, and Jason Crosby on keys. The band took the stage with a rollicking romp, revisiting a number of favorites […]

Live Music Review: Set It Free by the RJ Howson Band Set It Free is a collection of original music written by front man RJ Howson and performed collectively by Pat McDonald on drums (Charlie Daniels Band; RJ calls Pat the heartbeat of the band and the Bruce Lee of drummers), Chuck Riley driving the […]

We caught up with the band at the Appalachian Mountain Brewery in Boone, the first stop on a pair of WNC dates. The night outside was cold and blustery, but the atmosphere was warm and lively inside and the band took us on a rollicking musical adventure of original material and an excellent cover of 32-20 […]

The eighteenth CD release from Popa Chubby is titled The Catfish. His website states “Hard Swinging Blues Rock” in a self proclaimed style of “The Stooges meets Buddy Guy, Motorhead meets Muddy Waters and Jimi Hendrix meets Robert Johnson”. Big words and comparison’s coming from a big guy, with a big voice through great big Strat-urated blues […]

How Miles Davis Shaped Jazz Music After a five-decade career, there is a lot to be said about one of the world’s most successful and influential jazz figures out there. Miles Davis was born May 26th, 1926 and this past year would have marked the musicians 90th birthday. In Davis’ time, and thankful to his […]

  You’ve heard the saying “Never miss a Sunday show” well I have a new one, never miss a Gov’t Mule or Moe. show at Red Rocks. We stayed the week in Colorado, waking up each day checking the weather report to see if it called for rain for the day of the show, although […]

GABBA, the Georgia Allman Brothers Band Association, has been on a mission to help preserve Georgia’s ABB history since the early 1990’s.  GABBA, a  registered non-profit in the state of Georgia, produces GABBAfest each year. GABBAfest, a world famous musical festival held in Macon Ga, reunites Allman Brothers fans from all parts of the world.  Proceeds from […]

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