Host Andrew Moose welcomes Nick MacDaniels, frontman of the NC based band Big Something. Moose and Nick talk Big Something’s new album “Escape”, their love of mixed media, upcoming Big Something Drive-In shows, and the soon to be released ‘Big Something Halloween Special’.Read More
I’m With the Band
Host Andrew Moose welcomes Ben, Eli, and Courtney of The Tan & Sober Gentlemen to this episode of I’m with the Band!
Born and raised in the North Carolina backcountry, The Tan and Sober Gentlemen began taking in the songs, stories, and tunes that make up their beloved state’s heritage before they could talk. Despite having played music together in some form or another for most of their lives, the current lineup was formed in the summer of 2016. Past performances range from the Cat’s Cradle, Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival, Appaloosa Festival, and IBMA’s World of Bluegrass in the States to Spraoi Festival, Whelan’s, and the Roisin Dubh in Ireland.
The band aims to explore the Gaelic roots of North Carolinian music, and to play it with as much energy as humanly possible. Tan and Sober hangs their hat on the fact that, no matter the venue or the crowd, their live show will have the audience engaged, smiling, and drenched with sweat. As far as folk music goes, they’re about the best drinking and dancing band you’ll find.Read More
Host Andrew Moose welcomes Andrea DeMarcus and Dave Kirslis of Cicada Rhythm to this episode of I’m With the Band. Born and raised in Georgia, this talented pair imitates and modernizes folk music to a rejuvenating degree. Their exhibits skilled and articulate guitar picking honed in the dive bars of Atlanta over rolling Julliard-trained bass lines. Expect chilling harmonies, unbridled enthusiasm, some wholesome tunes, and a sincere performanceRead More
Host Andrew Moose welcomes Dave Wilson and John Teer from Chatham County Line to this episode of IWTB. Come 2020, Chatham County Line will have been a staple of the North Carolina music scene for two decades. Embracing an all acoustic instrumentation and the modern songwriting of leader Dave Wilson the band has graced stages all across the U.S. as well as mainland Europe, Scandinavia, Ireland and the United Kingdom. With seven studio albums of original material to pull from, CCL has a sound all their own and a stage show to match.Read More
Host Andrew Moose welcomes Fireside Collective to this episode of I’m With the Band. About Fireside Collective..a quintet who cheerfully disregard every kind of one-dimensional label that might be attached to their music, Fireside Collective has been on a roll since emerging five years ago from the fertile roots music scene of Asheville, North Carolina.Read More
Host Andrew Moose is joined by Jamar Woods and Jamie Hendrickson of The Fritz. The Fritz is a soul-driven dance rock band hailing from Asheville, NC. The group’s aggressive approach to funk, soul, and rock creates a sound that is uniquely their own. Their high-energy, danceable songs provide a platform for each member to shine. With powerful vocals, climactic solos, and tight grooves, The Fritz has built a devoted following and is captivating audiences everywhere.Read More
Host Andrew Moose welcomes Mike Savino of Tall Tall Trees to I’m With the Band. Savino has toured non-stop, pioneering a world of psychedelic electric banjo music, captivating audiences with his loop-based one-man shows, as well as alongside frequent collaborator, Kishi Bashi.Read More
Host Andrew Moose welcomes Grey Brewster from Charlotte, NC based band Revelwood Mission. At times relentless and at others elegant, RevelWood Mission swings seamlessly between bluesy, riff-driven rock songs and intimate lyrical ballads, displaying well-crafted arrangements that can tell a three-minute story or sweep into an epic and unfolding journey. Read More