May 10th, 2012 at 8:00pm
Equal parts punk rock and world music, T.C. Costello is as likely to play a centuries-old Korean love song as a Dead Kennedys cover. His shows feature such instruments as the accordion, the marxophone, a 1920s steampunk zither, and the khaen, an ancient bamboo instrument from Laos, where he studied the instrument in 2010. His original songs are often humorous, sometimes political, and always fun.
Firestorm Cafe & Books is located in the heart of Asheville, across the street from the downtown post office.
Bike racks can be found on Coxe Avenue across the street and one block to the south.
City buses stop at the Transit Center on Coxe Avenue between 6:30am and 10pm (Mon-Fri) or 8am and 10pm (Sat).
Street and deck parking are available nearby for our friends with internal combustion engines.
Firestorm Cafe & Books
48 Commerce Street
Asheville, NC 28801