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Contemporary folk musician David Wilcox has been known for mixing the best aspects of pop and modern folk since his 1987 debut album, The Nightshift Watchman. Throughout the 1990s and the 2000s, he has steadily released a succession of albums, inspired by the music of James Taylor, Joni Mitchell and Motown Records, with his intimate singer/songwriter sound. His 2010 album, Reverie, is an all-new collection of songs that Wilcox recorded and played for the first time in front of a live audience. The cozy show resulted in an album that exemplifies his accessible emotion driven music.
Isis Restaurant & Music HallNovember 28, 2014 8:30 PM
743 Haywood Road
Asheville, NC 28806
$12 Advance / $15 Door General Admission :: A limited number of tables are available with dinner reservations. Please call 828-575-2737 for reservations. There is also theater-style & balcony seating (stools) and standing available on a first come first serve basis.Some room will be left for dancing.Doors 5pm, Show 8:30pm.The Rhythm and Blues Revue is an evening of classic R&B music presented by 4 of WNC's finest male singers. JimArrendell, Jesse Earl Junior, Russ Wilson & Jamar Woods will be presenting the music of R&B greats such as Ray Charles, Lou Rawls, Solomon Burke, Al Green, Harvey Fuqua, Jackie Wilson and many others. Backed by an All-Star band this will be an evening that should not be missed.
Based on Charles Dickens' perennial classic novel of the same title, A Christmas Carol has become an iconic Christmas season tradition on stages all around he world. The story follows an ill-mannered miser, Ebenezer Scrooge, who is convinced to change his ways after three ghosts from Christmases past, present and future visit him on Christmas Eve. Many critically-acclaimed stage adaptations of Dickens' tale exist, including a monodrama adapted and performed by world-renowned actor Patrick Stewart and a musical.