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Seattle gypsy-jazz quintet Pearl Django heading to Spokane

When it comes to Seattle institutions, it doesn’t get much better than Pearl Django. What began more than 20 years ago as a way to incorporate the music of Django …


Simon and Garfunkel jukebox musical coming to the Bing

The musical features everything from “Hey Schoolgirl” to “Mrs. Robinson.”


Who is Lauren Daigle, the Christian artist finding success on the mainstream billboard charts?

Last week on the Billboard 200 chart, a Christian album sat at No. 3, nestled between “Kamikaze,” Eminem’s diss track-laden new release, and “Zoo,” the sophomore effort from rapper Russ.


Lil B, Built to Spill’s Doug Martsch to headline Modest Music Fest

Modest Music Fest brings more than 50 acts to eight venues throughout Moscow on Saturday and Sunday.


ZZ Ward, Pickwick to perform at First Interstate Center for the Arts reopening concert

Tickets for the free concert are available beginning Friday.


Rockers Blondie to play Cuba on four-day cultural exchange

The iconic rock group announced Monday that they will play two concerts during their March 14-18 visit in Havana, which will also feature Cuban musicians Alain Perez, David Torrens and …


Gregory Alan Isakov turns late-night writing sessions into ‘Evening Machines’

Isakov will play the Bing Crosby Theater in advanced of the album, due Oct. 5.


Country singer Eric Church announces two-night run at the Gorge

Church will play the Gorge Amphitheatre on June 28 and 29 as part of his “Double Down” tour.


Solo album, autobiography bring Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy to the Bing

Last year, Jeff Tweedy somehow found the time to release a solo album, “Together At Last,” which features recordings of 11 previously released Wilco, Loose Fur and Golden Smog tunes


Country trio Rascal Flatts finds success in the covers

“What we used to do in the bars and the clubs is we would take all those cover tunes like ‘The Fireman’ by George Strait, Vince Gill’s ‘One More Last …


UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 21, 2018, 9:45 a.m.

Rising opera star Madison Leonard returns home for ‘Marriage of Figaro’

2018 Met Council Audition winner Madison Leonard returns home to star in Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” with the Inland Northwest Opera


Demi Lovato’s mom didn’t know ‘for two days’ if the singer would make it after her overdose

Demi Lovato’s mother says the pop star is doing well nearly two months after she suffered an overdose, but she admits there was a time they weren’t sure whether Lovato …


Silver anniversary brings Carbon Leaf to the Bartlett

The rootsy, Celtic-infused rock quintet is celebrating with a new album.


Seattle’s Kinski returns to Spokane with two new projects

The band’s debut album is being reissued before the October release of its new album.


Noname’s debut brims with resilience, defiance and wanderlust

“Cause when we walk into heaven, nobody’s name gon’ exist,” Noname raps on her self-released debut album, “Room 25.” For the Los Angeles-via-Chicago rapper born Fatimah Warner 26 years ago, …


PorchFest brings music, community to West Central neighborhood

This year’s event, 3-7 p.m. Saturday, features about 30 musicians and poets performing on 15 porches.


Los Lonely Boys brings its charismatic style back to Spokane

They may be called “lonely boys,” but this band of brothers knows how to create a sense of community.


UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 14, 2018, 10:08 a.m.

Dynamic duo: Rodrigo y Gabriela’s combine diverse influences with virtuoso skill

Since meeting and starting to play together in their mid-teens, Rodrigo y Gabriela have appeared on Hollywood movie and television soundtracks and shared stages with a diverse cast of music …


Rodrigo y Gabriela bring new song ‘Cumbé’ to the Fox

“Cumbé” comes from the duo’s upcoming fifth album, which is due to be recorded in October and expected to be released in early 2019.


El Ten Eleven’s ‘Banker’s Hill’ explores ‘challenge of living in the moment’

The band headlines the Bartlett on Saturday.


Joan Jett celebrates ‘Bad Reputation’ with documentary, new song

Three years after Jett and the Blackhearts played Northern Quest with Blondie and Melissa Etheridge, the band will return to the casino on Tuesday, this time with Cheap Trick.


Trevor Hall introduced fans to ‘Fruitful Darkness’ piece by piece

Trevor Hall will headline the Knitting Factory on Friday.


Olivia Newton-John opens up about her third cancer battle, diagnosed last year

Pop music star Olivia Newton-John is opening up about her latest battle with cancer, this time located at the base of her spine. In a sit-down interview with Australia’s “Sunday …


Paul Simon, in the homestretch of a farewell tour, talks through his past for ‘In the Blue Light’ album

Paul Simon takes the analogy of music as painting to a new level with “In the Blue Light,” a collection of 10 songs, out Friday, that span most of his …


Washington’s Charlie Albright stars in Spokane Symphony’s season opening show

Spokane Symphony season opening concert features Washington pianist Charlie Albright.


Filmmakers, musicians come together for ‘Music Video Jams’ contest

In early August, local filmmakers and musicians were selected from a pool of candidates, divided into teams and given two weeks to produce music video collaborations for some of the …


No singer, just the songs: Questlove brings Prince’s work back with an orchestra

For now, Questlove has signed on for what he hopes will be the start of a special celebration of Prince’s work. The late artist’s estate hired him to lead “4U: …


Peaks and valleys: Country singer Scotty McCreery reintroduces himself to fans on ‘Seasons Change’

McCreery will headline the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel on Saturday.


‘Turnip’ the fun: Jeff Foxworthy, Old Dominion among headliners for Spokane County Interstate Fair

The Spokane County Interstate Fair’s grandstand stage will have a mostly country flair this year.


Twenty years after her debut, Tamia remains a steadfast R&B voice

Tamia is a rare voice in R&B. Debuting at the tail end of the ’90s, the Canadian singer-songwriter persevered as R&B became shaped by rap’s rising dominance, making it tougher …