The Asheville Symphony Orchestra “Asheville Symphony Sessions” Artist Spotlight

The Asheville Symphony Orchestra “Asheville Symphony Sessions”

No Comments 25 December 2016

By: Melanie Gomez

The Asheville Symphony Orchestra is an orchestra established in 1960 that performs and promotes music for enjoyment and education of the people of Western North Carolina. The group of people in this orchestra used to perform without a conductor or manager, but now in 2016, there is a full time conductor and manager.

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The past, and future, of Indie-Music

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The past, and future, of Indie-Music

No Comments 1 May 2016

As Indie-Music officially passes the 20-year mark as an online presence dedicated to independent artists and the creative process, we recognize the importance of evolving with an ever-changing music industry and world. Over the years, we’ve tried new things, explored all types of ideas, and kept each other motivated by bringing it back to what it’s all about - the music and the wonderful artists who create it.

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Indie Artist Spotlight: April 2016 Artist Reviews Online at Indie-Music

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Indie Artist Spotlight: April 2016 Artist Reviews Online at Indie-Music

No Comments 10 April 2016

With the changing of the season, we’re starting to see more new releases finding their moment in the sun. Indie-Music’s April Indie Artist Spotlight features a richly diverse offering of music from troubadour Grant-Lee Phillips, the return of truthtelling songstress Jo Kroger, the theatrical and exciting country quintet Shotgun Wedding, a dance-soul-rock surprise from Atlanta’s Hero The Band, and the stunning debut of folk artist Faint Peter.

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Review: Grant-Lee Phillips, “The Narrows”

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Review: Grant-Lee Phillips, “The Narrows”

No Comments 10 April 2016

“Grant-Lee Phillips somehow manages to filter out all of the impurities of the world to deliver an intensely satisfying and timeless listening experience that transports listeners. The Narrows is a pure, beautiful and transformative record for the soul.”

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Review: Faint Peter, “Redoubt”

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Review: Faint Peter, “Redoubt”

No Comments 10 April 2016

Redoubt is one of those rare albums that stops you in your tracks on first listen. The range and depth of the lyricism is impressive on its own, but the combination of De Natale’s ability to be so vividly present in every moment and note makes this something special.”

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Review: Jo Kroger, “The Simplest”

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Review: Jo Kroger, “The Simplest”

1 Comment 10 April 2016

“Throughout The Simplest, we hear the complexity of emotions Kroger is drawing from to paint vivid and engaging pictures through her songwriting. Jo Kroger has plenty to say, and we’re certainly ready and willing to listen as long as she keeps making music this eloquent.”

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Review: Shotgun Wedding, “South of Somewhere”

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Review: Shotgun Wedding, “South of Somewhere”

No Comments 10 April 2016

“The theatricality and musical inventiveness of South of Somewhere hearkens back to a vintage style that celebrates the unique country artist, it’s almost as if Shotgun Wedding stepped straight out of another time and place. There’s a restless, swaggering charisma that pervades this record, and it’s quite disarming.”

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