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Thursday, April 15, 2021
Open Mic w/ The Lads AVL
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sweeten Creek Brewing

Stop in and join us for an evening of fun! Bring your instrument, your voice, and a mic.

We have the beer covered.

Thursdays, 6-8 pm, weather permitting.

PATIO SHOW: Jeff Santiago + Los Gatos
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Grey Eagle

Jeff Santiago & Los Gatos play the Grey Eagle patio stage on April 15. A very limited number of reserved seating tickets are available now!
– 6:00PM SHOW
Jeff Santiago is an Asheville, NC based singer/songwriter. The Bronx born musician grew up playing between NYC and Los Angeles before settling in Asheville, NC. There he immersed himself in the intimate, yet rich musical community that this mountain town prides itself on.
That immersion created bonding musical relationships with fellow musicians from diverse musical backgrounds which influence Los Gatos as a band. Their songs sway, they funk, they rock and they pop. The songs lyrically purvay the emotional landscape that make up love, loss and our complicated society. They have shared the stage with artists like Franz Ferdinand, Ozomatli and Scott Weiland.
The band is:
Jeff Santiago – Lead Vocals/Guitar
Josh Chassner – Lead Guitar
Lee White – Bass
Springs Wade – Drums
Stephen Marley Acoustic Soul
Apr 15 @ 7:00 pm
Salvage Station

Indoor stage. Acoustic Soul

Peter Bradley Adams
Apr 15 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Peace Center--Genevieve's

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After discovering The Beatles at age five, Adams knew he would be a musician. The Alabama-native spent his childhood mastering different instruments and felt most comfortable hiding in the background. That was until he started Eastmountainsouth, a pioneering effort in the realm of folktronica. After the duo disbanded in 2006, Adams pursued a solo career built on his unique brand of Americana.

Adams is a storyteller first, sharing tales of love and loss, homes and hearts. His songwriting walks the line of fact and fantasy, and when it comes to drawing inspiration directly from an experience or relationship, he tends to be very careful. In doing so, he strikes the perfect balance of setting scenes but leaving room for the listener to make the stories their own. This unique capability comes after years of collaboration with artists who most align with his writing style, including Peace Center favorite Kim Richey.

These days, you will find him putting his classical composition studies to work on a piece for the violin or piano or promoting his most recent album release, A Face Like Mine.

“Adams is fast developing as a songwriter who both inspires and questions.”
– Los Angeles Times Magazine

“…one of the 21st-century writers whose songs are worth exploring.”
– Wall Street Journal

“…atmospheric Americana style and vocals.”
– Noisey

Official Website

A New Genevieve’s Experience

We are committed to a safe and comfortable return to live music. These concerts provide a listening room feeling while adhering to COVID-19 CDC recommendations. Please note the following:

  • Only 27 tables of four are available, allowing you to enjoy a socially distanced performance with your close family and friends.
  • This concert will not have an intermission.
  • All ticketing, ordering, and payment is touchless.

Click here to learn more.

Food and Beverages

A small bites menu from Table 301 will be available for pre-order along with a selection of wines. Additional wine, beer, and cocktails are available for purchase at the show. Details will be sent to ticket holders prior to the performance.

We look forward to celebrating a night of live music with you!

Friday, April 16, 2021
Brevard Music Center Celebrates [email protected] Festival Ticket Sales Open
Apr 16 all-day
Brevard Music Center
“This summer, as the world slowly recovers its footing, the hills will ring with great music once again.  It’s hard to describe the anticipation my colleagues and I feel as we approach, at last, another summer at Brevard.  We live to make music, and we love making music for you, and I guarantee that this summer’s performances will be supercharged with the joy we all feel at being able to perform for you again.  Please join us!”
– Keith Lockhart, Artistic Director

FRIDAY, APRIL 16: Pre-sale available to current donors and past subscribers, with purchase start dates based on current contribution and 2019 subscription level
TUESDAY, JUNE 1: Remaining tickets go on sale to the general public
FRIDAY, JULY 9: Opening Night of the Season

We are thrilled to share with you that the Brevard Music Center has made the decision to reopen our festival performance season this summer! Your safety, as well as that of our students, faculty, staff, and all who visit our campus, remains our highest priority.

Our long-awaited 2021 season will begin with Opening Night on Friday, July 9th. We will delight you with orchestra, chamber, opera, and jazz performances over four weeks and five weekends, concluding with our Season Finale on Sunday, August 8th.

Tickets will be available to the general public beginning June 1st. We will begin offering presale subscriptions and tickets on April 16th to current donors and past subscribers, with purchase start dates based on current contribution and 2019 subscription level.

Son’s of Ralph
Apr 16 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Jack of the Wood

The Sons of Ralph are the sons of Bluegrass pioneer Ralph Lewis. In the heart of WNC, these masters of Bluegrass are “The Sons of Ralph”. Martin and Don Lewis, Cousin Steve Moseley, and the “other brother” Ozzie Orengo, Jr. have been playing and singing the unique style of bluegrass music since Ralph’s upbringing in Madison County.

Outdoor Stage: Keller Williams
Apr 16 @ 7:00 pm
Salvage Station

An Evening with Keller Williams

Virginian, Keller Williams, released his first album in 1994, FREEK, and has since given each of his albums a single syllable title: BUZZ, SPUN, BREATHE, LOOP, LAUGH, HOME, DANCE, STAGE, GRASS, DREAM, TWELVE, LIVE, ODD, THIEF, KIDS, BASS, PICK, FUNK, VAPE, SYNC, RAW, SANS, ADD, SPEED and CELL.   Each title serves as a concise summation of the concept guiding each project. Keller’s albums reflect his pursuit to create music that sounds like nothing else. Un-beholden to conventionalism, he seamlessly crosses genre boundaries. The end product is music that encompasses rock, jazz, funk and bluegrass, and always keeps the audience on their feet. Keller built his reputation initially on his engaging live performances, no two of which are ever alike. For most of his career he has performed solo. His stage shows are rooted around Keller singing his compositions and choice cover songs, while accompanying himself on acoustic guitar, bass, guitar synthesizer and drum samples; a technique called live phrase sampling or “looping”.  The end result often leans toward a hybrid of alternative folk and groovy electronica, a genre Keller jokingly calls “acoustic dance music” or ADM.” Keller’s constant evolution has led to numerous band projects as well;  Keller & The Keels, Grateful Grass, KWahtro, Keller and the Travelin’ McCourys, Grateful Gospel and More Than A Little to name a few. Keller can be found playing clubs and festivals around the U.S. with these projects throughout the year.

The Traveling Pilsburys’ Benefit for Asheville Guitar Bar
Apr 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Isis Music Hall

Come out for a night of fun music with a local band that has been performing for many months outside at the Asheville Guitar Bar in the River Arts District. As the winter weather prevents outside shows and the Guitar Bar is not able to hold any indoor concerts IMH has offered the space in our larger room to host the show.

Mark Goldthwaite, Brad Hodge, Greg Hodge, Dave Wendelin, and Joe Daugherty, 5 of the Asheville Guitar Bar’s locally infamous singer/songwriters, are “The Traveling Pilsburys”. Their easy listening style showcases brilliant vocal harmonies and beautiful, original songwriting. Brotherly ribbing and storytelling keep the evenings’ entertainment light and fun. They seriously can’t help but think themselves funny! It’s not true that they’re only in it for the dough!! This is an incredibly entertaining variety show of easy listening and comic relief.

Come enjoy an evening of live music, food and drinks at the Isis Music Hall. Reservations are highly recommended.

John Mark McMillan
Apr 16 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
John Mark McMillan returns to The Grey Eagle in Asheville NC as part of his “Awake In The Dream” Tour.


The Gray Havens centers around husband/wife Dave and Licia Radford. Since their beginning in 2013, their projects have been hailed as “an imaginative treatment of faith… a visionary quality that’s both playful and enraptured.” They have a knack for creating a listening experience similar to paging through your favorite book, with richly textured compositions and multi-layered lyrics. Releasing their debut EP on NoiseTrade in 2013, and their first full-length album, Fire and Stone, in 2015, the duo has gained a steady following of listeners nationwide.


Their newest release, Ghost of a King, debuted at #3 on the iTunes singer-songwriter charts, rewarding listeners with immersive soundscapes and lyrical imagination. From poetic – almost Shakespearean – imagery to grand epics fit for darkened concert halls, to pop music infused with loops and infectious beats, the album possesses a remarkable range. In the context of that refreshing variety, the album stays cohesive thanks to its exploration of the human condition of longing.

Welcome to Night Vale with musical guest Dessa
Apr 16 @ 8:00 pm
The Orange Peel

This show was originally scheduled for March 17, 2020 and then rescheduled for November 9, 2020 at Diana Wortham Theatre. This show has now moved to The Orange Peel on April 16, 2021. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at this rescheduled date and are now general admission. Questions regarding previously purchased tickets can be sent to [email protected].

All Ages – under 12 requires venue approval

PATIO SHOW: Stop Light Observations (duo)
Apr 16 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm
The Grey Eagle
Stop Light Observations (duo) return to The GE for an intimate patio show on 4/16 at 8:30pm! Grab your reserved seating tickets now.
  • 8PM DOORS / 8:30PM SHOW


Will Blackburn and Kubby of Stop Light Observations – SLO is a 4-piece anti-pop/not rock (but also isn’t not rock) band born and raised in Charleston, SC.

Saturday, April 17, 2021
Outdoor Stage: Funk You
Apr 17 @ 6:30 pm
Salvage Station

Funk You

Friends, fun, and love comprise the ethos of Funk You, a nine-piece musical juggernaut from Augusta, GA. Motivated by the love of live performance and armed with a captivating sonic presence, the band places a healthy helping of soul atop a funky backbeat that continues to evolve after a decade on the road.

PATIO SHOW: The New Rustics at The Grey Eagle
Apr 17 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The Grey Eagle

The New Rustics return to The Grey Eagle patio stage on Saturday April 17! A very limited number of tickets are available now!
The New Rustics have fused elements of folk, rock, jam, and country to create a high-energy, eclectic, and upbeat sound familiar to many, yet still maintaining authenticity. Bound together by instrumental improvisations and meaningful lyrics, they add a modern-day twist to a classic rock style. The New Rustics have been compared to legendary artists such as The Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead, Widespread Panic, Little Feat, Uncle Tupelo, Tom Petty, Arlo Guthrie, and the Drive-By Truckers just to name a few. Their catchy melodies will have you singing in no time, but don’t think you’ve got them figured out just yet! Known to change gears on you, they’ll keep fans on their toes while moving their hips!
Masterworks: Beethoven
Apr 17 @ 8:00 pm
Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

Darko Butorac, Conductor

Beethoven: Leonore Overture No. 3
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 “Emperor”
Beethoven: Symphony No. 5

Lisa Smirnova, Piano

Beethoven changed music by shaking his fists at the musical heavens, a personal journey towards joy and enlightenment overcoming unfathomable obstacles. This is THE Beethoven concert, featuring his best known overture, piano concerto and symphony.

The Texas Gentlemen
Apr 17 @ 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm
The Grey Eagle
The Texas Gentlemen bring their swagger to The Grey Eagle stage in Asheville NC on Saturday April 17, 2021!


Pop on Floor It!!!, the new and second full-length effort from the Texas Gentlemen, and prepare your eardrums to be hit with everything from woozy, brass-fueled Dixieland-style jazz (“Veal Cutlass”), to slinky, chicken-scratch country funk (“Bare Maximum”) to lushly orchestrated pop-soul balladry (“Ain’t Nothin’ New”)—and that’s all in just the first 10 minutes of play time.


While the Gentlemen’s sound is clearly steeped in the classic roots, rock and pop music of the ‘60s and ‘70s, there’s a dreamy (the lilting “Sing Me to Sleep”), spacey (“Skyway Streetcar”) and occasionally progressive (“Dark at the End of the Tunnel”) element to what they do that seems to detach the music from belonging to any particular place and time. Add in elements of funk, soul, country, r&b, southern rock, gospel and essentially any other style that catches their musically omnivorous ears; an expansive and detailed approach to arrangement that sees the songs adorned with all manner of horns, strings and heavenly background vocals (“Hard Road”) and you have a collection of tunes that is more than just a mere album. Rather, Floor It!!! is a rich and righteous ride.

Sunday, April 18, 2021
Bluegrass Brunch
Apr 18 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Jack of the Wood

Jack’s Bluegrass Brunch is every Sunday! Our menu kicks off at 12Noon with live tunes by Supper Break from 1-3pm. Try our $6 Bloody Mary or Mimosa, or grab a $15 Bottles of Champagne & OJ! Try one of our tasty brunch specials or order from our artisanal sandwich menu. Sláinte Y’all!

JAZZ BRUNCH Free · One World West
Apr 18 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
One World West Brewing

Soul Jazz Sundays with Taylor Pierson Trio
Apr 18 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Highland Brewing Company

Soul Jazz Sundays with Taylor Pierson Trio

Enjoy an afternoon of jazz with The Taylor Pierson Trio every Sunday through April.

Food Truck Sundays
Apr 18 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Archetype Brewing

In conjunction with Sunday Sessions Live (and virtual) music: Food Truck Sundays will bring a new or rotating “staff favorite” cuisine each week to the Beechams Curve offerings.
Gan Shan West, our main culinary provider 6 days a week, is closed on Sundays. Enjoy the convenience, delicious variety and the music – all in one Sunday Funday stop!

The John Henrys
Apr 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Isis Music Hall

The John Henrys have been entertaining loyal, local audiences as the house band at 5 Walnut Winebar in downtown Asheville every Tuesday night for ten years . The band features Jon Corbin and Hank Bones on guitars, Taylor Pierson on piano, Kevin Kehrberg on bass, Lyndsay Pruett on violin and Russ Wilson on Vocals. Specializing in a mixture of Gypsy Jazz, Standards (Great American Songbook), Swing, Country and originals the group makes fun, happy music on the fly. This performance is not to be missed!

Come enjoy an evening of live music, food and drinks at Isis Music Hall. Reservations are highly recommended.

This concert will also be Live Streamed from the Isis Music Hall Facebook Page

Monday, April 19, 2021
AniMonday! Anime Games, Music All Day
Apr 19 @ 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Asheville Retrocade

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Join us for Animoday! Every Monday all day. Listen to anime music, play anime games, watch anime, and talk anime!

Story and Song ​K – 2nd Grades Theatre Classes
Apr 19 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Online w/ Flat Rock Playhouse/Studio 52


Bring stories and songs to life in this wacky virtual theatre class combining children’s literature, creative movement, acting, and music! With fun, on-your-feet activities and games that focus on creative play and improvisation, this high-energy class is perfect for little kids with BIG imaginations.

Instructor: Tania Battista

Registration Begins  March 8

10 Online Sessions w/ Carolina Concert Choir
Apr 19 @ 7:30 pm
Online w/ Carolina Concert Choir

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We are offering you and your friends the opportunity to join us and refresh your musical and associated skills.

We are asking everyone who joins us to contribute $50 to pay for expenses and help raise funds in order to resume auditions and rehearsals in September. Please send a check for $50 to Carolina Concert Choir, P.O. Box 962, Hendersonville, NC 28793 or use the PayPal link below.

Spring Agenda:

March 1: Intro to Stephen Paulus’ “Prayers and Remembrances” for the 9/11 Concert**

with Dr. Michael Lancaster

March 8: “The Vocal Mechanism and How to Care for It”

with Dr. Neuenschwander, ENT

March 15: “Lyrics Methodology – Ken Burns Civil War Theme put to Psalm”

with Aloha Smith

March 22: “The World History of Music in 30 Minutes”

with Virginia Erwin

March 22: “The Sacred Harp and the American Shaped Note Tradition”

Alan Bowen

April 5: Intro to René Clausen’s “Memorial” for the 9/11 Concert**

Dr. Michael Lancaster

April 12: “Breathing and Vocal Stretching Exercises”

with Katie Cilluffo

April 19: “Creating Artistic Videos on your Smart Phone”

with Diane Dean, Pres. Henderson Arts League Member

April 26: “Your Instrument as Your Voice”

with the Hendersonville Symphony

May 3: “The Role of Your Arts Council in Promoting the Arts”

with Hannah Duncan, ED Arts Council

**It is very helpful to purchase the CDs to learn and read the lyrics for the “Prayers and Remembrances” concert classes.

CD for René Clausen – “Memorial” – Concordia Recordings

CD for Stephen Paulus – “Far in the Heavens” – True Concord Voices & Orchestra with Eric Holtan, Conductor

Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Smoky Park Supper Club + Magnetic Theatre Outdoor Show
Apr 20 @ 7:00 pm
Smoky Park Supper Club

Join us Tuesday nights, beginning April 13th, as The Magnetic Theatre teams up with the wizards at Smoky Park Supper Club to host a live, outdoor variety show. We’ll be filling Smoky Park’s gorgeous, riverside outdoor space with comedy, theatre, music and so much more.

There will be food and beverages available for purchase.

  • This is a BYOC (Bring-Your-Own-Chair) event.
  • In accordance with safety guidelines this show will be staged outdoors, with mask and social distancing protocols enforced. There will also be temperature checks and COVID waivers that need to be signed by each attendee at the gate.
  • Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the 7pm showtime.
  • We do require that masks be worn at all times unless you are actively eating or drinking.
The Kingdom Choir
Apr 20 @ 7:00 pm
Diana Wortham Theatre

The Kingdom Choir, April 20, 2021 at 7PM

Ticket holders for the original April 29, 2020 performance: See below for your options.

At the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, British gospel group The Kingdom Choir sang a moving rendition of Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me,” their voices ringing through Windsor Castle and captivating all 1,900 guests in attendance, plus an estimated 3 billion viewers around the globe. Led by Karen Gibson, one of the U.K.’s most respected gospel tutors and choir conductors, the London-based choir is a tight-knit community of talented vocalists dedicated to harnessing the raw power of the human voice. From their inspiring ode to Britain’s young royals to performances in concert halls around the globe, The Kingdom Choir is known for their breathtaking harmonies, warm energy and infectious enthusiasm on stage, serving as a sterling example of love, hope and unity.

If you had already purchased tickets for the original April 29, 2020 performance:
1. Do nothing. Your tickets will be automatically transferred to the new date.
2. Can’t make the rescheduled date? No problem. Convert your tickets into a credit to be used for another performance in the future (good until June 30, 2022).
3. Transform your tickets into a donation to the Wortham Center.
4. Request a refund.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021
LIVE STREAM: The Travis Book Happy Hour ft Andy Falco
Apr 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Online w/ The Grey Eagle

The Travis Book Happy Hour live from The Grey Eagle in Asheville, NC! Live streaming on The GE’s Facebook page and on all IAMAVL channels.
TRAVIS BOOK (of The Infamous Stringdusters )
The Travis Book Happy Hour is a 90 minute variety show hosted by Travis Book; bassist, songwriter, and vocalist in the Grammy Award winning bluegrass band, The Infamous Stringdusters, streaming live from the historic Grey Eagle in Asheville, NC. Born from his desire to bring musicians and friends together for collaboration and conversation, Travis launched the series in the summer of 2020 amidst the uncertainty of the Covid-19 crisis and a country divided. Faced with a cascade of existential questions about the nature of life and of being, Travis sought an outlet for inquiry, and individuals to help him dig deeper into what it means to be a musician and a creative being in the context of an ever-changing world. Unique, spontaneous musical collaboration with friends and contemporaries leads to singular moments of harmony and the occasional musical train-wreck… The Travis Book Happy Hour is his attempt to shine light into the darkest corners of our lives; to dive deep into the nature of our being and emerge bathed in the love, happiness, grace, and gratitude that’s available to us all, and hopefully, to make some beautiful, meaningful music along the way.
Andy Falco is a Grammy winning guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer from Long Island, New York specializing in American roots music. He is a member of jamgrass band The Infamous Stringdusters who won a Grammy for best Bluegrass Album in 2018. Andy has also performed or recorded with many artists throughout his career including Phil Lesh, David Bromberg, Joss Stone, Levon Helm, Keller Williams, The Travelin’ McCourrys and many more.
Andy spent his formative years playing blues, funk and R&B on Long Island and in the New York City music scene of the 90’s when it was defined by the various small venues curating vibrant musical environments. The scene provided opportunities to learn from and occasionally sit in, jam, or work with many great musicians like Jimmy Vivino, Johnny Johnson, David Amram, Gavin Degraw and Vanessa Carlton.
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Open Mic w/ The Lads AVL
Apr 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Sweeten Creek Brewing

Stop in and join us for an evening of fun! Bring your instrument, your voice, and a mic.

We have the beer covered.

Thursdays, 6-8 pm, weather permitting.

PATIO SHOW: An Evening of Americana with My One And Only + Wyatt Espalin
Apr 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Grey Eagle

My One and Only & Wyatt Espalin provide an evening of Americana music on The Grey Eagle patio stage on Thu 4/22. Reserved seats on sale now
“Southern-Soul and Curious-Grit”
Emotionally-honest lyrics will bid you to wander through hidden scenes in their lives, accompanied by raw vintage guitars and the intimate harmonies that only life-long lovers could discover. With their polar-opposite musical backgrounds, Kassie and Benjamin meld old-school country, singer-songwriter, and alternative folk-rock into a sound that can only be described as “Southern-Soul with a heap of Curious-Grit”. As to sound, the Americana duo is driven by a racing-striped acoustic guitar (with some family history) and a suitcase kick-drum, but the bold vocal harmonies seal the deal. Kassie and Benjamin’s voices intertwine seamlessly, roaring with angst at moments, and creating moments of sweet delicacy at other times. Presented the “Discovery Award” by acclaimed music critic Robert K. Oermann (Nashville’s Music Row Magazine), My One And Only declares performance as their love-share to the world.
Michael Logen
Apr 22 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Peace Center

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Grammy-winning artist Michael Logen’s work is found everywhere – from the radio to the silver screen, Rio and beyond!

A prolific lyricist, Logen’s songs have been recorded by household names like Rodney Carrington, Sister Hazel, and Brandon Heath. The Nashville-based artist is behind title tracks, chart-toppers, and Grammy-nominated singles. His original, acoustic version of a song he wrote with Jennifer Hanson, “Breaking Your Own Heart,” was covered by Kelly Clarkson on her platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated album, Stronger.

Logen’s success doesn’t stop with songwriting. In 2016, his song, “Couldn’t Ask For a Better Friend,” gained international recognition when it played prominently throughout the Rio Olympics after being chosen as the theme for Folgers award-winning ad. That is not the only silver screen appearance. His music also has been featured on hit TV shows, including NashvilleSuits, and One Tree Hill. As a performer, Logen has opened for John Legend, India.Arie, Mat Kearney – to name a few!

The multitalented singer-songwriter’s sophomore album New Medicine is “an articulate, measured examination of the inner-workings of the human mind and heart on a backdrop of gorgeous, sweeping, acoustic-based, rhythmic folk-pop.”

Official Website

A New Genevieve’s Experience

We are committed to a safe and comfortable return to live music. These concerts provide a listening room feeling while adhering to COVID-19 CDC recommendations. Please note the following:

  • Only 27 tables of four are available, allowing you to enjoy a socially distanced performance with your close family and friends.
  • This concert will not have an intermission.
  • All ticketing, ordering, and payment is touchless.

Click here to learn more.

Food and Beverages

A small bites menu from Table 301 will be available for pre-order along with a selection of wines. Additional wine, beer, and cocktails are available for purchase at the show. Details will be sent to ticket holders prior to the performance.

We look forward to celebrating a night of live music with you!

Lost Dog Street Band
Apr 22 @ 9:00 pm
The Orange Peel

Ages 18+

This show was originally scheduled for April 2, 2020, and then October 27, 2020. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at the rescheduled date.

“I wanted to dig under the darkest impulses of humanity for this album, and that is violence, selfishness, and destruction,” says Benjamin Tod, guitarist, vocalist, and primary songwriter of Americana trio Lost Dog Street Band. The Muhlenberg County, Kentucky-based group’s latest album, its fifth overall,Weight Of A Trigger, out March 29th, is a potent distillation of its outlaw heartache soul.

The dark impulses Ben sings about are simply the demons that have driven him since he was a teen. At 16, Ben left home to play music on the streets.Since then, he’s lived under bridges, rotted in jails, sought shelter hopping freight trains, battled addiction, and seen friends turn blue in the face and die. In some states, he remains a wanted man with active warrants. Though Ben has been aimless, and destructive, he’s always been prolific through exorcising his demons in song. Even if that meant writing songs at 7:00 AM in dank and dark basements strung out on drugs and drunk.