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185 King Street's longest standing tradition. Join us every week for the Open Electric Jam. Bring an instrument and join in the with the house band, or just come and enjoy. In a town with so much talent, you never know who will show up.
General Admission show - $7 ADV // $10 DOS ---I
The Feels is a soulful six-piece with captivating female harmonies and rootsy grooves. This group packs their sets with an Americana fusion, including influences of Soul, R&B, Blues, and a little Swing that will make you move right out of your seat! Singer-songwriters, Lange Eve and Sarah Roberts bring their spunky and engaging energy as they showcase their original music. This dynamic group is backed by Matt Gardner on lead guitar, Brian Grasso on bass, Matthew Roberts on drums, and other special guests (to be announced!). The Feels is a fun mix of artists from the (past and present) WNC music scene- including members from Menage, Plankeye Peggy, The Afromotive, and High Flying Criminals. These musicians have a long history of music and good times together that can be felt and heard!
General Admission show - $7 ADV // $10 DOS --I
“Man’s real home is not a house, but the open road.”
Bradshaw was born a nomad, traveling in his blood. He’s settled in North Georgia now, but spent hisformative years in East Texas, up until he joined the military shortly after high school. The Air Force tookhim to Colorado for a spell but ended up giving him the boot. Wires got crossed. Youth prevailed and hemoved back to Texas with the kind of experience that can’t be bought, a duffel bag full of BDUs, and ahead teeming with stories and new perspectives. A lot of aimless wandering ensued before he arrived inGeorgia. Bradshaw’s most recent record, Calico Jim (1/29/21), was released via Black Mountain Music, asmall independent label out of Greensboro, NC, and recorded in Little Rock, AR, at Fellowship HallSound. After signing with Rounder Records in 2018, and putting out Sudden Opera, his debut record, hedecided to part ways with the historic label to have more control.
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Local musicians Marc Brown and Rick Reles (Just Rick), are the duo “Two Step Too.” They have been performing for 3 years together at dozens of venues around Asheville, Brevard, Hendersonville, and all points in between. Two Step Too delivers soulful vocal harmonies, to an eclectic collection of tunes you have heard, my have forgotten, and are glad to hear once gain. Their influences span Americana, roots, acoustic blues, traditional, jug band, country… or as they put it:
“from Lead Belly to Led Zeppelin”. Soundscape is rounded out with 6 and 12 string acoustic guitars, electric guitar, resonator, percussion and harmonicas.
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Trivia and Karaoke night, sponsored by Blue Ridge Community College. Did you know that you can become a student at Blue Ridge for free. What better time to go expand your knowledge! To learn more click here.
Join us for our Spring season of Karaoke. Come test your trivial knowledge and win some prizes! Prizes include, gift cards to 185 King Street, tickets to upcoming shows and food coupons. Join us every Wednesday at 7:00. Teams are limited to six members. Each season of Trivia consists of 10-12 weeks. Each team can also participate in the season long tournament. The tournament winning team wins tickets to a four course beer pairing dinner sponsored by Noblebräu Brewing. Trivia starts promptly at 7:00 so plan to arrive 15-20 minutes early to be sure you can grab a drink and download the app you use to answer the questions. Karaoke follows right after trivia at 9:00.