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An Evening with Cashavelly Morrison & Tina Collins
- Wednesday, January 15, 2020
- The Main Stage
- $12 Advance // $15 Door
- Tickets on Sale Now
- Main Hall Seated - Limited Tables Available with a Dinner Reservation :: All Other Seating is First Come First Serve General Admission :: Please Call Venue for Dinner Reservations
Join Cashavelly Morrison for an evening of what Rolling Stone described as “the atmospheric soundtrack to haunting, late-night fever dreams about being on the business end of a murder ballad.”
Asheville’s own Tina Collins (Tina and Her Pony) will open
Cashavelly Morrison is an Americana-Alt Country singer and songwriter whose latest album Hunger (released November 2018) has garnered high acclaim. Rolling Stone named her an Artist to Watch, describing Hunger as “David Lynch-style film noir.” Following in the traditions of Appalachian folk music and protest songs, Morrison and her band weave together many musical influences across time, using everything from a banjo to synthesizer, to deliver a rich atmospheric sound that supports confessional lyricism addressing themes of gun violence, race, body image, and the hopeful expansion beyond our cultural adversity. Her songwriting has been described by The Boot as “haunting and timely;” Huffington Post calls her “honest, evocative, and intoxicating;” and Glide says her “lyrics paint an ominous portrait of the dark underbelly of American privilege."
Born and raised on the banks of the Ohio, where she studied opera at Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory, Tina Collins roams a heritage of American folk music as vast as the landscapes envisioned in her songs. She is often compared vocally to Alison Krauss, Joni Mitchell and Kate Wolf. Tina Collins is one of the two founding members of the acclaimed indie folk band "Tina & Her Pony" and she has toured extensively throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe, sharing stages with Dar Williams, The Honeycutters, Rising Appalachia, Elephant Revival, Edie Carey and Girlyman.