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Runaway June brings country harmonies to the Gorge

Billboard Magazine calls them the “Next Hot Trend in Country Music,” but all Wheelhouse Records act Runaway June can tell you is that they are staying true to their roots …

Temple of the Dog to reunite, plans Seattle show

Temple of the Dog, th grunge-era Seattle supergroup born of the ashes of Mother Love Bone, will play five shows in 2016. Their one and only album, “Temple of the …

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Our weekly list of shows coming on sale in the Inland Northwest.

Adele calls out fan for filming show instead of watching it

Adele wants concertgoers to look at her with their own eyes instead of through a camera lens.

Michael Buble cancels events due to vocal cord surgery

Michael Buble is canceling upcoming events due to pending vocal cord surgery. The singer said on his website Wednesday that after surgery, he’ll be required to take time to rest …

Passionate, emotional Garth Brooks readies for NYC return

Garth Brooks is full of tears – tears of joy – as he prepares to return to New York City after two decades and he discusses emotional topics such as …

James Taylor to donate money to fire-ravaged Fort McMurray

James Taylor is using his music to help people evacuated from a huge wildfire in Canada. The “Carolina in My Mind” singer has turned two Alberta concerts next month into …

Spokane Symphony Chorale excels in ‘Carmina Burana’

Betty Kiemle had a birthday last week, and decided to throw a party and invite some friends. The arts patron and Spokane Symphony benefactor’s notion of a party venue is …

Boston cancels 3 concerts over North Carolina LGBT law

The rock group Boston is the latest act to cancel concerts in North Carolina because of the state’s new law on LGBT rights.

Symphony, chorale will join voices for Orff’s ‘Carmina Burana’

The Spokane Symphony, joined by the Spokane Symphony Chorale, soloists and guest artists, will bring Orff’s stunning work to life on the stage of the Martin Woldson Theater at the …

President Obama to host International Jazz Day concert at White House

International Jazz Day, one of the world’s biggest celebrations of jazz, is coming to the White House.

Too Slim and public support

These days, Tim “Too Slim” Langford is feeling pretty good. The frontman of Too Slim and the Taildraggers had surgery in December to battle prostate cancer, a procedure that seems …

Ska-punk rockers Less Than Jake keep shows fresh

A lot has changed since Florida-based rockers Less Than Jake rode the third wave of ska to stardom in the 1990s. Frontman Chris DeMakes said some of those changes are …

Ska-punk rockers Less Than Jake keep shows fresh

A lot has changed since Florida-based rockers Less Than Jake rode the third wave of ska to stardom in the 1990s. Frontman Chris DeMakes said some of those changes are …

‘Psychology,’ honesty add to Neon Trees’ glow

When is a cliché not a cliché? When is it absolutely true to say that a band is having a crazy spring? When that band is the Neon Trees.

Lesbian couple from Macklemore show attends Ephrata High dance

As the final notes of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Same Love” died in the Spokane Arena on Wednesday night, a high school senior pulled her girlfriend onto the stage. “I …

Ian McLagan concert cancelled

Thursday’s Ian McLagan concert has been cancelled due to low ticket sales.

Pearl Jam to play Spokane Arena

Legendary Seattle rockers Pearl Jam will play the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Nov. 30 as part of the band’s 2013 North American tour.

Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena drops Bon Jovi name

The Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena’s shall be known as the Bon Jovi Veterans Arena no more. Arena managers decided late Thursday evening to drop the publicity stunt.

Lesser-known works open Northwest Bach Festival

The 35th Annual Northwest Bach Festival Orchestra and Choir, under the leadership of artistic director Gunther Schuller, opened this year’s festival Saturday with two relatively unknown but beautiful works: Cantata …

Education Notebook: Festival of arts to end Tuesday with concert

The public is invited to the Festival of the Arts concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the INB Performing Arts Center. The concert comes at the conclusion of a two-day …

Pages of Harmony offers musical mystery

The Spokane-based a cappella group Pages of Harmony is presenting the musical mystery “Murder in E-Flat” on Saturday. Yet the audience should arrive expecting to laugh out loud. “It’s like …

Fine-tuning life’s playlist

In 18 years as a journalist, I’ve interviewed senators and CEOs, even got a statement from the president. But I’m as nervous as Chris Farley’s star-struck teenage talk show host …

The epitome of party band, this electropop duo ready to let it fly at Spokane Arena tonight

Everyone knows what LMFAO means. It means it’s time to party.

Floater concert canceled in Spokane tonight

The Floater concert scheduled for tonight at the Knitting Factory Concert House in downtown Spokane has been canceled.

Van Halen postpones summer tour dates

Just last week, officials at the Spokane Arena were thrilled announce that Van Halen would be coming to Spokane. Today, that show was postponed, along with more than 30 other …

Van Halen coming to Spokane in August

Legendary rock band Van Halen, featuring original lead singer David Lee Roth and guitar ace Eddie Van Halen, will play the Spokane Arena this summer.

Richardson, SJO team for benefit at the Bing tonight

Rex Richardson is a trumpet virtuoso equally at home in symphony orchestras, brass bands and jazz combos. Tonight, he’ll be appearing with a big band: the 17-piece Spokane Jazz Orchestra, …

Youth symphony considers top résumés for artistic director

When Spokane Youth Symphony’s artistic director Verne Windham announced his retirement from the orchestras in 2009, everyone knew he’d be extremely difficult to replace. The question on everybody’s mind was: …

LC student’s concert will benefit food bank

When Kendall Watson turned 5, she got an electric keyboard for her birthday. Lots of kids get keyboards for their birthdays and lots of keyboards end up in the back …