BOB HINKLE and LINDA GO Appearing Fri Aug 5th 2016 at 8pm

Tickets:
$10 in advance

$12 at the door





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.


 

Linda Go has been writing songs for over 2 decades and is influenced by a wide variety of artists and styles including Eddie Vedder, Joni Mitchell, Led Zepplin, I Draw Slow, West African, Appalachian & Celtic traditional music. Linda has been part of the singer/songwriting scene in Asheville, NC since relocating from New England in 2005 . Her 'hauntingly beautiful' vocals and mastery at improvisation, have earned her the opportunity to accompany many of Western North Carolina's finest musicians and electronic music composers. Also, proficient on doun doun, she has frequently performed with West African master percussionist, Bolokada Conde. Linda Go is a vocal coach and teaches beginner bodhran in Asheville. She often plays bodhran Sundays at Irish sessions at Jack of the Wood Pub downtown Asheville and mandolin at old time sessions in Marshall, NC