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Photographer, Micah Mackenzie, is collaborating with his Asheville fashion muses, Ship To Shore’s R. Brooke Priddy and Royal Peasantry’s Danielle Miller, for his upcoming solo show which opens with a reception on May 31st at Pisgah Brewery. In addition to covering many local events and festivals, Micah is well-known for his stunning portraiture, fashion and street photography; constantly pushing himself to develop new techniques that blur the boundaries of fashion and art. The show, titled ‘Proving. Grounds.’, will be no exception to this. It’s Micah’s first in over a year and promises to attract a who’s who of the Asheville art, performance and fashion scenes. Local band, Grammer School, will provide entertainment and of course, there will be plenty of fine Pisgah beers to enjoy.
We Will be playing with Grammer School at Boone Saloon on WEdnesday Sept 7th. Gonna be a great showing. For more show information go to www.boonesaloon.com or www.thedrawlstrings.com
More details to follow
Sounds Like: Michael Jackson
Manager: Laura K Cooley
Grammer School, a trio from Asheville, NC is Bill Cooley on percussion and all things dingy; Justing Bowles on piano, synth, and vocals; and Mike Clair with guitar and vocals.
Everyone, including the band members, have a hard time pinning their sound into a genre. Some have dubbed it "Appalachia...See Full Bio
“When Grammer School (sic) took the stage at The Orange Peel back in June — the last act of four finalists to compete for the title of WNC Magazine's Last Band Standing and winner of the opening slot at this year's Bele Chere — two things happened. One, they didn't win the competition. And two, they totally won over the crowd. In fact, with an arsenal of bouncy indie-pop tunes, turn-on-dime tempo shifts and raucous energy, Grammer School seemed right at home on the Orange Peel stage. To see them a few weeks later on an over-sized Oriental carpet in the café room of Marshall's Good Stuff Grocery was nearly cause for a double-take. Influences seem varied and far-reaching — a hint of Paul and Linda McCartney, a touch of Elvis Costello, maybe even a nod to Dimitri Tiomkin. As wildly diverse as these elements are, Grammer School effectively chorales them into pithy, concise songs.”