The music series, developed by Red Rover Booking founder Melissa Myers and inspired by local WNCW radio program “Country Gold” features Western North Carolina artists performing classic country tunes from World War II to Watergate.
If Willy Wonka taught us anything, it was there is such a thing as Snozzberries. That existence will be reinforced as high-energy powerhouse funk fusion jammers The Snozzberries make waves through the region with a new release. Jan. 22, the Asheville-based band will release a two-track single called “No Evil”.
The title track, “No Evil,” finds The Snozzberries channeling their inner psychedelic pop a la The Flaming Lips. The whispery sing-song verses swirl from Paul Simon-esque dance grooves into a Red Hot Chili Peppers arena-rock chorus, culminating in a soaring keyboard solo atop an infectious jangle-pop rhythm. At the polar opposite end of the musical spectrum emerges the B-side track, “Snitchin’ Randy,” a roaring progressive face-melter in the vein of Umphrey’s McGee and Frank Zappa.