Some new shows should be hitting your calendars this month.
Perhaps most notable is a Nov. 19 concert at the Arena featuring Nine Inch Nails. Tickets will go on sale June 21 through LiveNation.com. NIN kingpin Trent Reznor announced a new album, “Hesitation Marks,” in September, and a new single, “Came Back Haunted,” hit iTunes on Thursday.
Also new on the docket: A Sept. 4 concert at the INB featuring OneRepublic and Sara Bareilles.
OneRepublic’s debut album, 2007’s “Dreaming Out Loud,” spawned the hit “Apologize” and eventually went platinum. The band released a new album, “Waking Up,” in March.
Touring with OneRepublic is Sara Bareilles, who had a No. 1 hit in 2007 with “Love Song.” The singer-songwriter has a new album, “The Blessed Unrest,” set for release in July. Tickets go on sale today at TicketsWest.
Chateau Rive at the Flour Mill has added some new shows as well. They have Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Famer Ian McLagen here on July 11. Guitarist Coco Montoya will headline Blues Brews & BBQ on Aug. 22. Ray Wylie Hubbard will perform Sept. 19, and Tyrone Wells has booked a show at the Rive on Nov. 10. Get tickets through TicketsWest.
Finally, a group of local jazz and blues musicians are doing their part to help the families of three Fairchild Air Force Base airmen who died in a plane crash last month.
The concert, June 25 at the Bing, will feature Sammy Eubanks, Soul Proprietor, Atomic Jive, Dr. Ron Hoye and Elvis! Tickets are $22, and donations gathered will be directed to the families of the airmen. Call (509) 290-7733 for details.
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