In the Press
Our Story in Our State Magazine
In the November issue of Our State magazine, which reviewed 57 museums across the state of North Carolina, we are thrilled the Moogseum was billed as one of “8 Must-See Museums” in Asheville.
“Asheville may be best known for its traditional acoustic music, but Moog showed that the swirling, space-age sounds of his synthesizer could fit quite naturally against the mysterious backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains.” — David Menconi
Read the feature article hereread more
ProgStock Presents Moogvember Saturday, November 28
These are live performances and will not be archived for later viewing, don’t miss the opportunity!
Schedule For This Saturday, November 28
Tom Brislin – Marquee Artist, 1st of 2 shows – 4:00 PM EST / 1:00 PM PST – 90 Min Show
Tom Brislin has performed on tour and on recordings for several of the biggest names in classic rock, including Yes, Meat Loaf, and Debbie Harry of Blondie. In 2019, Tom joined the legendary band Kansas as the group’s keyboardist/backing vocalist.
These are live performances and will not be archived for later viewing, don’t miss the opportunity this Saturday!read more
Moogvember Schedule For This Saturday, November 14!
ProgStock Presents Moogvember
5:00 Chris Clark
6:00 Rachel Flowers
Watch the premiere of UNC-TV’s North Carolina Weekend episode featuring the Moogseumread more
The Bob Moog Foundation is excited to announce its 2020 Trifecta Raffle featuring three vintage Moog synthesizers: a Moog Rogue, a Moog Prodigy, and a Moog Source. The synthesizers being offered have been fully restored and are in excellent technical and physical condition. Together their collective worth is nearly $7,000.read more
Bob Moog’s impact
Laurel of Asheville
Bob Moog’s impact