THE EVERYDAYS with ASHLEY HEATH Appearing Fri Mar 10 2017 at 8pm



Tickets:
 $10 in advance
$12 at the door

Americana with an indie edge

Tim Marsh and David Zoll are highly visible on the local music scene, Marsh with Chalwa, The Asheville Horns, and Wiseapple (reggae, New Orleans funk and bluegrass, respectively) and Zoll with his own rock band and Bayou Diesel. They first played together in an electric band that performed Marsh’s original songs, but the realization that they shared an appreciation for acoustic roots music and vocal harmonies led to the formation of The Everydays in 2012. The duo’s sound has been described as “Americana with an indie edge”, driven by the strong guitar skills of both members and seamless two-part harmonies, simultaneousy classic and fresh. The new recording project will join the band’s first self-titled CD, a collection of ten original songs from the pens of both artists.





"Sometimes a young musician impresses the pickers around them.That’s Ashley Heath; she’s got that sparkle. A 20-something singer-songwriter from Marshall who is enmeshed in the Asheville music scene, her ability to happily sing everything from Bonnie Raitt-style songs to classic folk, bluegrass, the blues and original material gives her a shot as the next generation of great musicians who will rise from Asheville".

The Citizen Times - Carol Rifkin



With a blend of original soul Americana music, Ashley Heath has been arising as one of Asheville's finest and uniquely gifted musicians with "velvety" vocals and a bluesy guitar style. Raised in the foothills of Appalachia, she has developed a strong passion for country, blues, and folk music and has recently released an album of original material "A Different Stream".


In March of 2015, Heath decided to go full time into singing and playing music, quit her part time job as a barista in downtown Asheville, and recorded her first album “A Different Stream”. The album was recorded at the amazing Echo Mountain Recording Studios in Asheville, NC with producer Ryan Burns and engineer Clay Miller. “A Different Stream” is a collection of Heath’s first attempt at songwriting and is a seven song album with six original songs and one cover titled “Ready for The Times to Get Better”. Her debut album “A Different Stream” was released on Friday May 27th, 2016 at The Asheville Music Hall with newly formed band “Ashley Heath and Her Heathens”.



Since releasing the record, "A Different Stream" was voted #48 on WNCW's Top 100 Releases of 2016, Heath was named "Artist Of The Year - 2016 - Regional" by The Greenville Journal, and she wrapped up her first Kickstarter Campaign in which $11,866 was raised to help fund advertising, promoting, tour support, and vinyl records for new album "A Different Stream". The main focus is to get the music out to as many people as possible!