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  • Special Edition: Andy Combs and the Moth

    Andy Combs and The Moth is a six-piece side project of Point Juncture, WA. Multi-instrumentalist Andy Combs, and features members of PJWA (Amanda and Victor Paul), among others. The instrumentation …


  • Episode 70: Paul Adams

    Paul Adams is relatively new to the local singer-songwriter scene. Similar to other local artists, he moved back here from Seattle a couple of years ago. Adams stopped playing music …


  • Episode 64: Dane Ueland

    Whitworth University student Dane Ueland ambushed the crowd at Caterina Winery with a stunning live set that started with him singing and playing guitar with backup vocals from two his …


  • Special Edition: Rocky Votolato

    Rocky Votolato returned to Spokane with a new album, “The Brag and Cuss.” The last couple of visits saw Votolato mixing it up by performing with drum accompaniment and a …


  • Episode 42: Sidhe

    Michael and Keleren Millham, aka Sidhe, are fixtures and pioneers in the local folk scene. They’ve been holding it down since there was hardly an acoustic scene to speak of, …


  • Episode 41: Kevin Watts

    Kevin Watts has sort of a weird connection to the Long and O’Neill families (ya know, Kevin Long, Annie O’Neill, Patrick O’Neill, the Long twins …). Watts grew up with …


  • Episode 35C: Joel Smith

    Spokane singer-songwriter Joel Smith has been making a name for himself in the local scene as a solo acoustic act — just him and a banjo or guitar. But he …


  • Episode 34: The Viktor Novorski Swing Band

    The Viktor Novorski Swing Band played its first official gig for this podcast and packed the 200-plus capacity Main Ballroom at CenterStage. This 30s/40s swing-jazz octet is distinct in that …


  • Special Edition: Sol’Jibe

    Reno jazz-flamenco-Latin-acoustic-rock quintet Sol’Jibe hits from multiple angles with a sound that is rooted in American acoustic rock but extends to global influences such as Afro rhythms and Latin sensibilities. …


  • Episode 32B: Paper Genius

    Paper Genuis is barely months old and already they’re playing mostly new material and have dropped a fair amount of their “old stuff.” This is easily one of the fastest-rising …


  • Episode 32A: Tokio Weigh Station

    Tokio Weigh Station features guitarist/pianist/singer-songwriter Wililam Brasch. If the name rings familiar it’s probably because he’s the cousin of local guitar gurus Joe and Paul Brasch. Relatively new on the …


  • Episode 23A: Eddie Ramirez

    Eddie Ramirez is a veteran musician, but he just started playing public shows recently. His primary instrument is bass guitar, but you wouldn’t know it judging from his guitar work …


  • Episode 20: Belt Of Vapor

    Ultra-intense prog-math-rock trio Belt of Vapor nearly set CenterStage on fire for 7’s inaugural podcast on location. BoV trivia: Did you know drummer Justin Walter essentially taught bassist Aaron Powell …


  • Special Edition: Mordekye Layman

    Mordekye Layman emerged on the local scene a few years back with emo-ish band Lucia’s Grey Dot. Then he went solo and has been writing arresting ballads on acoustic guitar …


  • Episode 16A: Logan Heftel

    Logan Heftel won BOBfest 2005 with a sound that was more influenced by Bob Dylan than Led Zeppelin. Now Heftel is attending school for music production. He produced Jonathan Nicholson’s …


  • Episode 8: Bridget Vogel

    Bridget Vogel is the latest addition to the Kelly Lotze family of acoustic musicians. Vogel represents as one of the few female singer-songwriters around town. Her dad, Vern Vogel, plays …

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