LIVE music enlivens the Asheville area
The more you experience Downtown Asheville and cities nearby (e.g., Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Marshall, Waynesville), you'll realize that one of the unique entertainment features is that the region delivers music of all genres. AND that music is served up by talented, real-live performers:
TIPS FOR ASPIRING SINGERS
"Late Night with David Letterman," on May 16, 2011, presented five-time Grammy-winner Christina Aquilera, who offered an outstanding 10 Tips for Aspiring Singers:
ASHEVILLE DRUM CIRCLE CIRCUS
Most every Friday evening during the summer at Pritchard Park in Downtown Asheville, the night comes alive. As darkness fell, cameraman Jim Horwitz captured the rhythm, the dance, and the circus:
EVERYONE LOVES A (MUSICAL FLASH MOB) PARADE
Do you play and march to a different beat, unexpectedly, in public? Although AshevilleOnStage.com is unaware of a MUSICAL flash mob having occurred in the Asheville area, this one (captured below) came alive at the Stop and Shop in Cape Cod over the Fourth of July holiday. Perhaps it will move some enterprising Asheville musicians to song and film who knows where — and, if so, please email your YouTubed musical flash mob to us at CONTACT.
(Thanks, "Freelance Wayne" of State College, PA, for emailing this musical meetup to AshevilleOnStage.com)
WE ARE DANCERS
Maybe there are no musical flash mobs in Asheville BECAUSE we are DANCERS!
U.S. WOMAN'S SOCCER COACH FEELING GROOVEY
Live music is everywhere, even at an international sports press conference. In Frankfurt on July 15, 2011, two days before the final game of the FIFA World Cup game in Frankfurt between the United States and Japan, U.S. woman's team soccer head coach Pia Sundhage sang a score to answer a question from the press: