Ride Local, $10 tickets on LaZoom for Asheville residents April 15-30. Asheville Vaudeville performers on the bus. Call them…watch this for details and have some great laughs!
Posts Tagged ‘Now You See Them’
Posted in Arts & Thoughts Artistic, Pollinate Collaborations Project, This is Cool, tagged Gordon Smith, LaZoom, Now You See Them, Ride Local, Sister Bad Habit, Spring Special on April 1, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Arts & Thoughts Artistic, tagged 69 Love Songs, Electric Owls, Erika Jane & Remember the Bees, Foxteeth, Harvest Records, Jay Martin & Friends, Nights Bright Colors, Now You See Them, Pilgrim, The Grey Eagle, The Magnetic Field, The Magnetic Fields, Vendetta, Wilson The Rocker on December 3, 2009 | 1 Comment »
To Valentines Dayish, February 13. Celebrate love with the universal language of music. A reason to rejoice on perhaps the most plastic of holidays. Mark your 2010 planner for this one.
On February 13th at the Grey Eagle, nine area bands will perform the three album release 69 Love Songs by The Magnetic Fields.
Two area producers, Chall Gray (of future The Magnetic Field theatre, coffee house and bar, and appropriately named) and James Richards, have teamed with Harvest Records and the Grey Eagle to make this unique event come together.
69 Love Songs, a 3-cd set released in 1999, is considered by many to be a landmark achievement for The Magnetic Fields, and critically regarded as one of the best albums of the last two decades. 69 Love Songs contains songs performed in a variety of styles, from jazz to surf rock, from synth pop to country ballad to Irish folk song, and a diverse group of area musicians will come together for this unique performance.
Each band will perform a set of between 7 and 9 songs. Bands include:
For more information regarding the show, participating bands, press inquiries and tickets, call 828-674-2036 or visit www.thegreyeagle.com.
Posted in Arts & Thoughts Artistic, Community Development, Cool Yard Yonder, Pollinate Collaborations Project, Pollinators: Neighbors to Know, tagged Bootstraps Burlesque, Carolina Photojournalism Workshop, Jen and Jim Lauzon, Justin Spinks, LaZoom, Now You See Them, UNC-Chapel Hill on October 17, 2009 | 2 Comments »
I couldn’t say this better myself, and with a background in photojournalism, I melt with this story from a UNC student in the Carolina Photojournalism Workshop.
I’m also so excited to learn more about this small group of multimedia students from UNC-CH who travel to a different part of our state to produce a documentary Web site in a week. The stories students produce are historical snapshots, which examine treasured North Carolina cultures and traditions that are often in flux. Check out these other Asheville Photo essays as well:
See all of the “Being Asheville” segments here.
Not difficult to believe that they were enamored with our own Jim and Jen Lauzon. If you’ve seen them, they have brightened your day. If you know them, they exemplify living life to the fullest. They are pollinators extraordinaire. Take a ride on LaZoom for their special Halloween tour or any other time.
To hell with the hayride! Take an adult joyride with the big purple performance bus folks, LaZoom, in Asheville’s River Arts District this Halloween.
Spooky, spoofy tours run on the hour from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. from the Rocket Club in West Asheville on October 29 and 30, and on the hour from 9 p.m. to midnight on Halloween night, the 31st. Tickets are $22 and must be purchased in advance. Ticket prices include admission to the Rocket Club for that evening. Bring Your Own Beer (BYOB) or purchase it at the Rocket Club when you load onto the bus.
Quickly becoming a cult classic, LaZoom’s past Halloween Tours have included the Swamp Monster in 2007 and Zombie Celebrity Impersonators in 2008. In 2009, Axe Man haunts the River Arts District. Be prepared for a Warewolf Striptease, a Public Stoning, and live music from Now You See Them.
“People are just dying to get on here,” said Axe Man. “It will kill you.”
Looking for something to do with your holiday visitors besides go to the movies and eat? LaZoom’s Thanksgiving and Holidays tours are booking NOW!
Purchase Tickets or 828.225.6932.