Events from November 29, 2021 to December 05, 2021

  • December 05, 2021 5:00 pm
    At 185 King Street, Brevard, NC 28712 Categories: Music
    The Sunday Open Electric Jam is King Street's longest standing tradition. The house band leads things off at 6:30 and then invites guests up to the stage to join them. In a town bursting will musical talent, you never know who might show up, but one thing is guaranteed - an evening of incredible music. The jam is free and open to the public.
  • December 04, 2021 8:00 pm
    At 185 King Street, Brevard, NC 28712 Categories: Music
    General Admission show - $7 // Hailing from Brevard, NC, West Fork Fiasco is a high energy 6-piece band with a growing reputation for dishing out tasty offerings to crowds across the region. With an extremely varied sound, live performances are sure to keep audiences on their toes. Their distinct and original music has been shaped by life experiences, relationships, and the mountains and rivers that surround them. Their lyrics are genuine and full of soul, striking a balance between love, loss, struggle, and triumph. From good-time tunes such as “Moonshine Love” and “Felt Like Home”, to the melodic sound of “Walls”, to their rock-and-roll infused “Wanted” and “Bloodshot”, it’s easy to see why this band cannot be defined by just one musical genre.
  • December 03, 2021 8:00 pm
    At 185 King Street, Brevard, NC 28712 Categories: Music
    General Admission show - $7 // A dynamic performer, playing 100-150 shows per year, Kevin Daniel’s music has been described as “radio and TV ready with enough darkness creeping in around the edges to appeal to fans of Jason Isbell & Langhorne Slim.” On his two early EPs, his 2019 debut album Things I Don’t See, and his 2021 follow-up, Been Here Before, Daniel showcases a masterful ability as a songwriter to seamlessly incorporate bits of rock, soul, country, blues, roots and Appalachia into thoughtful examination of pain and awakenings, visceral and spiritual. A big-voiced crooner with a heart of gold, Kevin strikes a chord with “his raw and soulful, Chris Stapleton-esque timbre.” [Music Connection]
  • December 02, 2021 7:00 pm
    At 185 King Street, Brevard, NC 28712 Categories: Music
    General Admission show: Tickets $10 ADV // $12 DOS ---I Caleb's songs weave their way into the listener's life. His reflections connect with those who embrace the vast spectrum of emotion between the joy and sadness of our shared experiences. His catalog is a soundtrack to weddings, births, funerals, firstdates, roadtrips, family reunions and long afternoons spent on the porch. Following his critically acclaimed 2020 release of“Better Hurry Up”, Caleb Caudle is back in the legendary Cash Cabin Studio recording his new untitled album, produced by John Carter Cash. The album features Jerry Douglas on Dobro and Lap Steel, Sam Bush on Mandolin and Fiddle, Dennis Crouch on Bass, Fred Eltringham on Drums, with backing vocals by Carlene Carter, Elizabeth Cook, and Sarah Peasal Caleb will be playing with his trio for this show with Alex McKinney on Dobro and Karl Zerfas on Upright Bass.
  • November 30, 2021 6:00 pm
    At 185 King Street, Brevard, NC 28712 Categories: Music
    INDOOR $20 a seat/must reserve entire table/tables are limited---OUTDOOR is general admission $15 a person---- Tuesday casual collaborations at 185 King Street are the result of what has now been over a year-long series that Travis Book started to fulfill a need for live music during the pandemic period. When music venues around the country were closed we pivoted to find a way to provide live music to our community. Open air and spaced out, we prevailed. Every Tuesday since August of 2020, Travis has assembled 3-4 musicians for a unique night of music. After more than a year, the series has become the cornerstone of the Brevard music community; bringing musicians and music fans together for one-time-only collaborations. Travis has hosted a wide range of musicians, including: Mike Ashworth, Anders Beck, Nicki Bluhm, Josh Daniel, Andy Dunnigan, Benny “Burle” Galloway, Mike Guggino, Lindsay Lou, Tommy Maher, Mimi Naja, Lyndsay Pruett, Rev. Matthew Reiger, Jon Stickley, Barrett Smith, Kyle Tuttle, and Jon Weisberger and is now occasionally handing the mic over to let some of his friends take the lead. Every week is different, but it’s not just a jam; the musicians bring intention to every setlist and every show and as a result, these carefully cultivated shows are becoming a cornerstone of the WNC music scene.
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