Abby the Spoon Lady and Chris Rodrigues (Thrs show, only $15)

Due to ticket sales, we just added a Thursday show.... and on sale for the weekday price of $15 per ticket! This is so exciting!!!! We have so many requests for this show, we had to make it happen... Ages 21+ only! Date: June 20th Time: 7:30pm Tickets are $15 for members and $20 for non members (includes your one year membership) Tables available as well -- $60 for members $65 for non-members Abby first started street performing and busking as a means to make money traveling across the United States, primarily hopping freight trains. She taught herself to play the spoons and traveled all over the United States by hitchhiking and railroad. She states that landing in Asheville, North Carolina, was completely an accident and that she took the wrong train. Today she hosts storytelling events where she discusses the lifestyle of the American hobo. She spent a good amount of her time traveling recording the stories, interviews and songs of other American travelers. Abby is an advocate for street performance and free speech. In 2014 she was instrumental in developing a group called the Asheville Buskers Collective which advocates for street performance within the city of Asheville, North Carolina. Today she records buskers through a project called Busker Broadcast, and records interviews and songs of travelers passing through Asheville.[6] In 2012 she was filmed in the horror film Jug Face playing spoons, and in 2015 she was filmed for Buskin' Blues, a documentary about the street performance scene in Asheville.
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Date:

June 20

Time:

07:30 pm - 09:30 pm

Website:
Event Website
Venue

The Artisan of Flat Rock

5 Highland Park Rd

Flat Rock, NC, United States, 28726

Due to ticket sales, we just added a Thursday show…. and on sale for the weekday price of $15 per ticket!

This is so exciting!!!! We have so many requests for this show, we had to make it happen… Ages 21+ only!

Date: June 20th
Time: 7:30pm
Tickets are $15 for members and $20 for non members (includes your one year membership)
Tables available as well — $60 for members $65 for non-members

Abby first started street performing and busking as a means to make money traveling across the United States, primarily hopping freight trains. She taught herself to play the spoons and traveled all over the United States by hitchhiking and railroad. She states that landing in Asheville, North Carolina, was completely an accident and that she took the wrong train. Today she hosts storytelling events where she discusses the lifestyle of the American hobo. She spent a good amount of her time traveling recording the stories, interviews and songs of other American travelers.

Abby is an advocate for street performance and free speech. In 2014 she was instrumental in developing a group called the Asheville Buskers Collective which advocates for street performance within the city of Asheville, North Carolina. Today she records buskers through a project called Busker Broadcast, and records interviews and songs of travelers passing through Asheville.[6]

In 2012 she was filmed in the horror film Jug Face playing spoons, and in 2015 she was filmed for Buskin’ Blues, a documentary about the street performance scene in Asheville.

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