Hot new country duo Florida Georgia Line has already sold out an April 16 show at Washington State University’s CUB Ballroom in Pullman. Area fans have a second chance to see this up-and-coming band.
The Gonzaga University Student Body Association is bringing the duo to the McCarthey Athletic Center on April 17.
Tickets for current GU students will cost $15 and go on sale at noon Wednesday, via the website gogsba.org/events/FGL/. Tickets to the public, at $25, go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday through TicketsWest, (800) 325-SEAT or www.ticketswest.com.>
Florida Georgia Line, featuring Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelly, splashed onto the scene last year behind the hit single “Cruise.” Their full-length debut record, “Here’s to the Good Times,” was released in December and is at No. 7 on Billboard Magazine’s Country Album chart.
The website Country Weekly said the album lives up to its title, as the disc centers on themes of summertime, women, partying and trucks – in no particular order. The reviewer, Bob Paxman, writes: “And yet it all works. There’s more energy than a year’s supply of caffeine drinks and the songs are simply catchy and infectious.”
There was a man from Spokane …
The limerick contest is back.<p>Spokane7.com is resurrecting a longtime Spokane favorite this year. Entries – originals only, please – must follow this year’s theme: Creatures of the Inland Northwest. This can include real animals, mythical beasts (hello, Bigfoot), school mascots and political animals. Entries also must adhere to the standard, five-line limerick format.
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