Myles Kennedy was clearly enjoying the hometown crowd at a packed Fox Theater on Friday night.
Clarion Brass will perform in Coeur d’Alene on Tuesday and Spokane on Wednesday.
LaMotte will perform his final show with the orchestra on Saturday.
The class also includes the Cure, Roxy Music and the Zombies.
Tickets for the show go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
At the Fox, Kennedy will be joined by Tim Tournier and former Mayfield Four drummer Zia Uddin.
“An Appalachian Christmas” features both classic Christmas songs and Appalachian-themed songs.
Iconic Queen track surpasses “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” “Take on Me” and “Sweet Child o’ Mine” to become the most streamed song from the past century.
You know how it is this time of year: people hunkering down, getting ready for the holidays. Many of the big films haven’t opened yet, nor have the touring stage productions. Pretty quiet. Unless, that is, you love music, and you happened to be in Spokane this weekend. In that case, you had almost more than you could handle.
Tickets for the “Wasteland, Baby!” tour go on sale Friday.
Carlile, who lives outside Seattle, leads women nominees with six nominations, for song, record and album of the year, and best roots, best roots song, and best Americana album.
Allen Stone is set to release a new album early next year.
Tickets are $25 for each show and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.
The Arena hosted 13,184 fans for Sunday’s show, the largest crowd ever gathered in the building for a single concert. Sunday’s performance bested the record that had stood since Aug. 17, 1999, when Neil Diamond drew 12,526 fans to the venue.
Fresh off the release of a new biopic about the band, Queen announced it is embarking on a North American tour during the summer of 2019.
The iconic metal band wowed on Sunday night with impressive pyrotechnics and special effects and a setlist deep with fan favorites.
Tickets for all four shows go on sale Thursday at 6 a.m. for Camas Club members and Friday at 9 a.m. for the general public.
After more than three decades, Metallica continues to push the limits
With seven Christmas albums to their credit, including 2016’s “Celebrate Christmas,” the long-running vocal quartet clearly loves getting into the spirit of the season.
The sold-out concerts will be anchored by Finnish composer Jean Sibelius’s Symphony No. 5.
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