“Mr. Universe” is Itchy Kitty’s first release on Spokane-based Corporat Records.
The round of “The M Show” features special guest Molly Allen.
Country star Roy Clark, the guitar virtuoso and singer who headlined the cornpone TV show “Hee Haw” for nearly a quarter century and was known for such hits as “Yesterday When I was Young” and “Honeymoon Feeling,” has died. He was 85.
This season features Mak Grgic, Adam del Monte, Larry Almeida and Chaconne Klaverenga.
The Devil Makes Three released “Chains Are Broken” in August.
Sunday afternoon, Community United Methodist Church hosts a dedication recital to celebrate the renovation of their historic Pipe Organ.
Redman’s latest, “Still Dreaming,” is a nod to his late father’s 1976-1987 band Old and New Dreams.
Now in its 23rd year, the Fall Folk Festival will be held Saturday and Sunday.
All new vinyl will be 33 percent off, new CDs will be 20 percent off and everything else will be 45 percent off.
Headlining the fourth in this season’s Classics Concerts by the Spokane Symphony was the return to our city of the piano duo of Sivan Silver and Gil Garburg.
Tickets for the concert, part of his “Burning Man” tour, go on sale Nov. 9.
Things are going well for Chase Rice and the rising country star expects they’re going to get a lot better soon.
Kip Moore’s “After the Sunburn” tour brings him to the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Thursday.
“Come to the Woods” is the second concert in the choirs’ expanded fourth season. The choir’s next concert, Dec. 16, will feature a performance of George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah.”
Tickets for the concert, part of the “John Mellencamp Show” tour, go on sale Nov. 9.
Series and individual concert tickets go on sale 9 a.m. Monday and Nov. 16, respectively.
When the Silver-Garburg duo performed with the Spokane Symphony in 2014 they played Bach and Mendeslssohn together on separate pianos. But, this time around, they’ll be sharing a bench while they perform an arrangement of Brahms’ Opus 25 for piano four hands with the duo’s longtime friend and colleague, Maestro Eckart Preu, conducting.
In case you’re wondering, that top-end $252 ticket for KISS is not a VIP experience. One of those, which includes a meet and greet with the band, will set you back $1,531.50 to $2,502.
ZZ Ward and Pickwick will perform at the free reopening celebration on Monday.
The anniversary tour brings the band to Northern Quest on Nov. 6.
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