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Rock Brevard, NC  US


  • 2014

    Oct 17

    Black Mountain, NC, US | 8:00pm

    With Jamboogie Band

  • 2014

    Oct 11

    Asheville, NC, US | 6:30pm

    with Jamboogieband

  • 2014

    Oct 4

    Fairview, NC, US | 8:00pm

    With Jamboogie Band...Check out the Festival Website. Lots of great music Friday AND Saturday nights!

  • 2014

    Sep 19

    Brevard, NC, US | 8:00pm

    With Jamboogie Band

  • 2014

    Aug 16

    Brevard, NC, US | 8:00pm

    EARLY Solo Show. 1-4pm


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  • Naren (Artist)
    Thank you all so much for your your comments and taking the time to listen. Much obliged y'all!
  • Jeffro Bodeen (Artist)
    Jeffro Bodeen
    Really nice work Naren, Beginning of the End is a great performance, really great vocals. Beautiful arrangement also ~ Jeff
  • Inner Planets (Artist)
    Inner Planets
    Great composition, beautiful playing!
  • Franz Holzhauser (Artist)
    Franz Holzhauser
    really good...
  • The Owegi Band (Artist)
    The Owegi Band
    Cool tunes Naren... Thanks for fanning the Owegi Band... You can check us out on facebook at: www.facebook.com/TheOwegiBand
  • TE Fireoved (Artist)
    TE Fireoved
    Hey Naren!~ Great to see you on RN!~குuitar====+++™L0vE Respect and harmony to you! te


  • CD release Party, LAB, 2012
  • CD Release. LAB, 2012


Sounds Like: Wilco, Pink Floyd, My Morning Jacket, Procol Harum, Band of Horses

Label: Alive and Well Records

Bio: Naren Schoenacher has been part of the western North Carolina music scene since the late 1990s, most notably with the rock outfit Marsupial and then with the acoustic act Barnacle. In 2008 he took a step back to reevaluate his musical life. Married and with two kids, Naren decided to devote wha...See Full Bio

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“Not seeming to strive for a superfluous acceptance of a specific audience, Naren's apparent comfort with allowing what's in his heart to do the driving should not only be admired, but should be expected from more musicians.”

— Brent Fleury, Bold Life, western north carolina's arts and culture monthly

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Sep 3, 2012

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CD Release Party
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