185 Clingman Ave. Asheville, NC 28801

The Grey Eagle and Worthwhile Sounds Present

PATIO: Moon Bride + Jason Scavone

All Ages
Friday, August 23
Doors: 5pm // Show: 5:30pm


Indie-pop artist, Moon Bride (formerly Carly Taich) has a voice that is all at once timeless yet contemporary, otherworldly yet grounded. Her warm and airy vocal quality, reminiscent of Regina Spektor, instantly captivates listeners while her award-winning lyrics give new life to themes of doubt and faith, fear and love. Framing her songs with cinematic orchestrations and unusual melodies, Moon Bride ushers us into another dimension, with one foot planted in this reality. 

Her 2024 LP, Insomnie, which crowd-funded over $24,000 through Kickstarter, is an eclectic 12-song journey through the inner mind, weaving around genres and time periods, refusing to be pinned down. It “explores the deep and nervy recesses of creativity, loneliness, insecurity, and self-discovery [Newsong Music].” Since the release of her 2017 album, Reverie, listeners have wondered whether Moon Bride is luring us into a dream or shaking us awake. Insomnie’s premiere track answers our quandary in the most forthright way: “Rise up, rise up, why are you sleeping?”


With an undeniable gift for songwriting that illuminates the joyous, mundane and oftentimes bewildering experiences of life, North Carolina based singer, songwriter & producer Jason Scavone has developed a unique sound that transcends traditional genre barriers, delivering a unique musical thumbprint that seamlessly melds the best of indie, pop, americana & rock.

Highlights from Jason’s musical journey include serving as frontman/songwriter for The Noises 10, recording a duet of “My Repair” with Brandi Carlile, and performing with acts like Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile, American Authors, Plain White T’s, Thirty Seconds To Mars, & Derek Trucks Band. His songs have been featured in TV shows like One Tree Hill, Criminal Minds, The City, commercials for Range Rover and Bojangles, as well as Indie films such as Poor Boy, and Valiant. Jason has worked in recording studios for almost 20 years alongside such notable producers as Eric Valentine, Al Sutton, Joe Pisapia, and Tom Schick.