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WHITE HORSE 10th Anniversary Concert Sat Nov 10th 2018 at 7pm


 Bob Hinkle 
David LaMotte
Daniel Weiser 
Tracey Schmidt 
The Belfast Boys 
Kim Hughes
Jen Worthen 
Bill Altork 
Abby the Spoon Lady


A very special appearance 
by our dear friend


$22 in advance / $25 at the door 
All proceeds from Ticket Sales will go to fund
several projects related to the improvement of 
White Horse Black Mountain

After a long and varied career in the New York City music business, Asheville native Bob Hinkle returned to the mountains. There he found a new calling when he and Kim Hughes opened the White Horse Black Mountain in the old Chevy dealership in the heart of the town. Unfortunately, the listening room’s debut also coincided with the onset of the recession of 2008, but the White Horse team weathered the storm and persevered in making the White Horse a treasured part of the community. Ten years later, the Horse is still kicking.

Fittingly, the 10th birthday celebration will include music from artists that have frequently graced the club’s stage, including Bob Hinkle himself, AmiciMusic’s Daniel Weiser, poet Tracey Schmidt, Irish folk duo, The Belfast Boys, soprano Kim Hughes, songwriter Jen Worthen, open mic host Bill Altork and perennial White Horse favorite Abby the Spoon Lady.

Special Announcement:   
David LaMotte and Kat Williams 
have been added to the lineup of performers.  
White Horse is absolutely thrilled that 
so many of our dearest friends and favorite performers 
will share in our anniversary concert !!!

Over the years the White Horse has hosted artists performing musical genres from the U.S and around the world as well as plays, films, poetry readings, acrobats, burlesque, puppetry and much more. The intimate venue regularly tops polls as a favorite spot for listening to music and as a business that gives back to the community.

The White Horse and the artists that appear there are subject to the pressures of the seismic changes occurring in the music business, so strong local support is essential to the health and well-being of the performing arts scene in the area, as exemplified by the artists’ generosity in donating their time and talent. Proceeds from the event will help fund major improvements being made to the White Horse.