The Richard Thompson Electrio Trio will perform at the Bing Crosby Theater on Friday.
O’Neal is featured on “Only Road (Cosmic Gate Remix),” which has been nominated for Best Remixed Recording.
Yearly subscribers of the Neil Young Archives can get their hands on tickets now.
“All That Reckoning” is the Canadian blues/country/folk/rock band’s first batch of new material since releasing a box set called “Notes Falling Slow” in 2015.
Tickets for the festival, which is scheduled for March 29-31, are on sale now.
After an artistic reveal, the iconic rock band took center stage in Spokane for the final time.
Tickets for the concert, part of the Northern Quest summer concert series, go on sale Friday and are $49-$99.
The band will release its latest EP Friday, the same day it headlines the Knitting Factory.
Country singer and his band go undercover at the Hot Country
In 1977, a Spokesman-Review staff writer went to see KISS perform at the Spokane Coliseum. He was not impressed.
When KISS played the old Spokane Coliseum in 1977, a Spokesman-Review critic was not impressed. Current editor Rob Curley goes to bat in defense of his rock icons.
The Tony-nominated singer will perform with the Spokane Symphony as part of “The Music of Billy Joel.”
The Record Company will headline the Knitting Factory on Tuesday.
Musicians Brad Keeler and Linda Parman will perform at the Medical Lake Library on Saturday and the Otis Orchards Library on Tuesday.
The band headlines the Knitting Factory on Saturday.
Tickets for all three events go on sale Friday Friday at 9 a.m. through
The International Blues Challenge brought more than 260 acts from around the world to Memphis from Jan. 22-26.
Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. and are available through
The show may have been at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, and members of the Spokane Symphony may have been on stage, but what transpired on Friday night was not an orchestral event. It was a rock concert dedicated to the music of Queen, complete with wailing guitars, audience sing-alongs, and a light show.
Body Dolyniuk will channel Freddie Mercury with the Spokane Symphony on Friday and Saturday. Saturday's show sold quickly, but seats for Friday's show remain.
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