Like clockwork, just a tick out of time
Tim Marsh and David Zoll of The Everydays have a high profile on the local music scene. Marsh plays with Chalwa, The Asheville Horns, and Wiseapple (reggae, New Orleans funk and bluegrass, respectively). Zoll has his own rock band and also plays with Bayou Diesel, a Cajun/zydeco outfit.
On Monday, Jan. 16, Marsh and Zoll are guests of singer-songwriter Jay Brown for his Mountain Made music series at White Horse Black Mountain.
Marsh and Zoll first played together in an electric band that performed Marsh’s original songs. And then they realized they both appreciated acoustic roots music and vocal harmonies, which led to the formation, in 2012, of The Everydays. The duo’s sound has been described as “Americana with an indie edge,” driven by the strong guitar skills of both members and two-part harmonies. Their sophomore 2016 CD, "When It’s All Over," is a collection of 10 songs from the pens of both artists.
Every month for his Mountain Made series at White Horse Black Mountain, Brown pairs with other distinctive regional voices for solo and collaborative sets. His musical collaborations run from his membership in the Boone-based roots band The Lazybirds to the world music group Shantavaani to the early jazz ensemble Swing Guitars. In 2007 he founded The Jay Brown One-Man-Band, in which he handles vocals, guitar, harmonica, percussion and piano.
Who: Tim Marsh and David Zoll, with Jay Brown
When: 7 p.m. Jan. 16
Where: White Horse Black Mountain