Live Music - Grey Eagle Tavern, Asheville, NC
Saturday, September 24, 2016
8:00 pm - 1:00 am
10-piece female fronted group dubbed The Suffers have put Houston back on the map and brought the world a new sound called Gulf Coast Soul. What began as an all-star group of local Houston musicians, The Suffers quickly became a Houston favorite, playing sold out shows and taking home 20 Houston Press Music Awards. In February of 2015 they embarked on their first national tour with their hit single “Make Some Room”, on their independently released debut EP, being played on radio across the country. What the Suffers anticipated as two-week tour turned into 150+ shows across North America, a national television debut on Late Show with David Letterman, a NPR Tiny Desk Concert, a feature in the New York Times and Entertainment Weekly and performances at Newport Folk Festival, Hangout Festival, Austin City Limits, LouFest, Pemberton Festival, VooDoo Festival and many others.
The Grey Eagle Tavern and Music Hall was first located in Black Mountain, North Carolina. Its name came from the old Cherokee name for that region and the original name of the town. Originally housed in 1994 in a former garage and paint room of a former Chevrolet dealership, The Grey Eagle became one of those comfortable neighborhood bars, hosting local musicians and some touring songwriters.
JAKUBI, The Suitcase Junket
Doors: 8:00 PM / Show: 9:00 PM
The Grey Eagle
Foothills Brewing Beer Brands available.