($20 Advance/$25 Day of show)

A trio of master throat singers from Tuva, a tiny republic in Central Asia. Alash remains grounded in the ancient art of throat singing developed among the nomadic herdsmen, while expanding its musical vocabulary with new ideas from the West. THIS IS A LISTENING SHOW!

($10 donation encouraged)

ArtSpring’s Local Music Showcase and Benefit, featuring – Heather Hannah and Friends, Corpse Factory (Chris Quattro, Sophia Rehak, Jen Iskow), Kyle Rook, Kenny Roland, Grace Lawson, EMay and Barbra Byers, Nellie Rose Davis, Juli Kimbrell

(Free!)

Love songs for people who hate love songs.

($10)

Karen Jonas has a way with words. In fact I’d say her skill in weaving words and phrases into her lyrics is one that few others can match.

(Free!)

Love songs for people who hate love songs.

(With special guest Heather Hannah $10)

Megan’s vocals have a laid-back and quietly soulful quality; simultaneously innocent and sweetly feminine, yet haunting, wistful and deep.

($10)

Both bring to the table a background and wealth of knowledge not only in folk and roots music, but also classical and jazz, blending these musical flavors to create a sound uniquely their own.

($10)

These unique musical ingredients come together in a mesmerizing harmonic puzzle that is at times haunting, other times foot-tapping, and always a good time.

(Free!)

His clear and pleasant voice adds a touch of honesty to his hopeful and witty lyrics.

($12)

The Company Stores is a Hill Hop band from Charleston, WV. They pull inspiration from styles such as Appalachian folk, Delta Blues, Rock, Jam Band, and even Hip Hop, then layer in their own modern styles and rhythms.