Los Angeles-born, New York-raised singer-songwriter Andy Grammer has gone from hustling street performer on Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade to platinum-selling recording artist. With his 2011 self-titled debut album, Andy became the first male pop star in a decade, since John Mayer in 2002, to reach the Top 10 at Adult Pop Radio on his first two singles, “Keep Your Head Up” and “Fine By Me,” certified platinum and gold respectively. Andy’s second album, 2014’s critically acclaimed Magazines or Novels, continues his disarming success with his current single “Honey, I’m Good.” – a clever new twist on the traditional love song – which continues to rack up millions of streams and climb the Billboard Hot 100 while simultaneously hitting #1 on iTunes’ pop.
Natalie Cole is one of our time’s best R&B/Pop vocalists, with twenty –one albums winning nine Grammy® awards and selling over 30 million copies during her acclaimed career. Some of her hits include “This Will Be,” “Miss You Like Crazy,” and “Unforgettable.”
Peabo Bryson is among the world’s most dynamic and gifted R&B/soul vocal talents. Over the course of a career spanning from the mid-1960s, the 2x Grammy® winner has amassed critical acclaim with hits including “If Ever You’re in My Arms Again,” “Can You Stop The Rain,” and “Missing You.”
This evening 4-miler is no pub crawl and will start and end in the heart of Downtown Asheville on Banks Avenue. The course will highlight areas of the River Arts District as well as the South Slope brewery district near the new Catawba Brewing Company tasting room and Twin Leaf Brewery.
Runners and spectators will be treated to a downtown street party with tunes from DJ Kipper, Human Foosball from Kick It Events, food trucks and complimentary brewery tours of Twin Leaf Brewery and Catawba Brewing at 2pm, 2:30pm and 3pm. Following the race, special release keg tappings will take place at Catawba Brewing at 7pm and Twin Leaf Brewery at 8pm.
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