Upcoming Events










MORE UPCOMING EVENTS




Sunday  August 13th 2017  7:30pm
Shueh-li Ong with Greg Waltzer (Theremin, Synthesizer)
$12 in advance / $15 at the door

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Tuesday Aug 15th 2017       
Irish Jam Session 6:30pm
Open Mic 8:45pm
FREE

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Wednesday August 16th 2017  7:30pm
The Asheville Art Trio (Jazz)
$10 in advance / $12 at the door



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Friday August 18th 2017  8pm
The Riccardi's  
(Music, Comedy, Satirical Parodies....and Parodical Satire !!!)

Tickets
$12 in advance / $15 at the door

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Saturday August 19th 2017  8pm
The Asheville Jazz Orchestra  (Big Band / Swing)
 $15  

 



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White Horse is proud to announce the return of the play
LOVE MAKES A HOME:
THE LIFE OF REBECCA BOONE


Last June's performance was SOLD OUT 
and we expect this fall's production to sell out as well.
The play will run for two nights.


Friday October 27th at 7:30pm
Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 at the door



Saturday October 28th at 7:30pm
Tickets: $12 in advance/$15 at the door








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JAY BROWN and BOB HINKLE Appearing Mon Aug 21st at 7pm

Tickets: $10

Mountain Made Music

Jay Brown Presents 
The Best of Our Songwriter/Performers





Ketch Secor of Old Crow Medicine Show affirms that Jay Brown is “the most authentic songster to come out of the Carolina High Country since a man named Doc Watson”.

A singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, he has hundreds of classic songs in his repertoire as well as a hundred-odd originals. He performs with Boone-based roots band The Lazybirds, Indian-flavored world music group Shantavaani and early-jazz cats Swing Guitars. In 2007 he founded The Jay Brown One-Man-Band, in which the sole member handles vocals, guitar, harmonica, percussion and piano. The busy musician can be found gigging in clubs and pubs around Asheville and Western North Carolina, but has performed and studied in locales around the world, including New Orleans, California, India, Ghana, and Peru.

Bob Hinkle, is a native of Asheville who got his big break in show business as a member of the folk pop band The Good Earth, with whom he toured and recorded, sharing stages with major acts. He also made a positively revised solo album,Ollie Moggus, before migrating to the business side of the music world. Hinkle spent over 40 years in New York, where he wore many hats in the music and entertainment industry: touring and recording performer, composer, record company executive, consultant, artist management, executive producer and more. In 2008 Bob returned to the mountains of North Carolina to wear a new hat, that of music venue owner. He writes both poetry and songs, which he delivers with a voice of experience accompanied by guitar backup refined by years of playing. He sings about issues both lighthearted and serious, but there’s often an undercurrent of wry humor in even the weightiest songs.