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Alabama’s 90 minutes of nonstop hits hit all the right notes.
Aretha Franklin, the undisputed “Queen of Soul” who sang with matchless style on such classics as “Think,” “I Say a Little Prayer” and her signature song, “Respect,” and stood as a cultural icon around the globe, has died at age 76 from pancreatic cancer.
Only major difference: Leave the picnic baskets at home. Outside food will not be permitted at the theater, so eat before the show.
The music icon will play on Jan. 13 with his band, the Strangers. Tickets go on sale Friday.
Actress/singer said she was inspired by her time on the set of “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” to record ABBA songs.
Pat Monahan knows pop music remains a young person’s game. As the frontman of Train for 20 years-plus, he faces that reality with every new album as he lobbies pop radio to play his group’s latest single. While he says a few core stations seem ready and willing to play Train, many more now question whether the group, despite huge hits like “Hey, Soul Sister,” “Drive By,” “Meet Virginia” and “Drops Of Jupiter” can deliver on pop radio. Monahan has heard the reasoning.
The country-pop trio Rascal Flatts left the stage without an encore Thursday night in Indianapolis, apparently because of security concerns.
Morihiko Nakahara returns to conduct this summer’s Soirée on the Edge concert series.
“When I was diagnosed with ALS, I told our family and friends that I wanted to continue doing the things I love, with the people I love. Gleason Fest is a great example of how, with the help from family and friends, we’ve been able to keep doing things we love.”
Deep Sea Diver and Electric Son will also perform at the festival, which benefits ALS awareness.
The festival, now in its 17th years, runs Friday through Sunday at Waterfront Park in Medical Lake.
Pellant’s inaugural season with the symphony begins in October.
After moving to Maui, former Spokane singer Kerrie O’Neill is back home and playing gigs around the area.
Tickets for the “Cry Pretty” tour go on sale Aug. 17.
Brothers Osborne will perform Oct. 17 and Tech N9ne will perform Oct. 18.
The band released “Near and Dear” in June.
The group is known for its progressive approach to bluegrass and for bringing rock and roll energy to its music, and that isn’t lost on the latest album, “Shouted, Written Down & Quoted.”
The second weekend kicks off Thursday and runs through Aug. 12.
Eight years after its last set of reunion shows, the band will perform two sold-out shows at the Knitting Factory.
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