Crest Mountain recently had a Patsy Cline Tribute concert in Asheville. Here is a photo of the band playing. A wonderful night of entertainment and friends.
AskAsheville caught up with Eleanor Underhill, vocalist banjo and harmonica player for Underhill Rose, prior to her solo performance at 5 Walnut Wine Bar to discuss the band’s new record The Great Tomorrow, the struggles tied to the band doing it themselves and what the band would ultimately define as success.
AskAsheville: For someone that has never heard one note of your music could you describe your sound and what genre or genres of music Underhill Rose is attempting […]
Asheville has a thing for horses. When I first moved here, I was traveling down Reems Creek in Weaverville, and it was as if someone had literally stolen the pavement. I am talking about driving down a dirt and gravel road. And no sidewalks either. Can you believe that??? I surely couldn’t. At the time I was driving a dropped Chevy Beretta with a body kit on it that made it look like custom sports […]
After checking out the new “Only In Asheville” book, Buffalo Nickel stuck in my mind. I have been here several times and the food was great. Then just the other day, I saw a tweet saying something to the effect of “Just ate at Buffalo Nickel and it was some of the best food we have had in a long time”. Part of my business side is to influence, and part of my human side […]
Today is an exciting day as Marla Hardee Milling has released her new book entitled “Only In Asheville” which features so many amazing things about Asheville North Carolina, our weirdness, our quirkiness, our… ways! And featuring so many wonderful folks in the community. You can find “Only In Asheville” on Facebook. The book was published by The History Press and you can purchase a copy from Marla below:
Book with and without shipping Copy […]