April 27, 2015
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Pink Martini describes its music as “an urban musical travelogue.” Courtesy of Sherri Diteman
June 25, 2009 in Features on Page C1
Pink Martini was considered a quirky and somewhat mysterious Portland cult act when it first arrived in Spokane in 1998. Back then, most Spokane Symphony SuperPops subscribers had no idea …
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