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  • Street Music Week 2015

    Street Music Week is five days, where buskers turn their tips back to Second Harvest, the regional food bank. Started by Spokesman-Review columnist Doug Clark and friends, it is in …


  • Fourth Grade Music Encounter

    It has been a tradition for the Spokane Symphony to play for area fourth-grade students. Led by guest conductor Jeremy Briggs Roberts, the symphony performed three shows before 4,400 children. …


  • Think Swing!

    Think Swing!, the annual swing band gathering organized by Garrin Hertel of the local band Hot Club of Spokane, is over for 2009. But enjoy this taste of Hot Club …


  • Spokane Street Music Week

    The sidewalks in downtown Spokane have come alive with music as part of the 7th Annual Spokane Street Music Week. The event raises money for the Second Harvest food bank.


  • History of Spokane Bridge

    Longtime musician Chuck Borris of Post Falls has written a song which he performs occasionally at the Rockin’ B Ranch near the Idaho-Washington border. It tells the history of Spokane …


  • YouTube trumpeter

    Spokane trumpeter Eric Moe has been chosen for the first YouTube Symphony Orchestra after auditioning by video on the video-sharing site YouTube.com. In April he will fly to New York …


  • “We’re singing from the heart”

    The Spokane Community Gospel Mass Choir will join other choirs for a concert Jan. 11, 2009 at St. John’s Cathedral at 6 p.m. They’re also preparing for Martin Luther King …


  • Andy Combs and the Moth

    Performance at Caterina Winery, to accompany the podcast for the week of July 4, 2008.


  • Dance-a-Que

    Footage and bathroom confessions from a farewell party for Spokane musician Joe Varela.


  • Between here and there, Joe Varela’s music

    Spokane übermusician and record producer Joe Varela is preparing to move to Oakland for a new scene.


  • Dave Eggleston and His Wonder Guitar

    Eggleston has made a guitar out of a metal mailbox. This video clip accompanies a blog post on Spokane7’s Soundwave.


  • The Gypsy Curse

    Performed live by Doug Clark.


  • Street Music Week 2008

    Local musicians kick off a week of collecting money for the food bank, which started with columnist Doug Clark in 2003.


  • Flaming Lips

    Spokane7 music writer Isamu Jordan interviews Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, at Sasquatch festival 2008.


  • Del Tha Funkee Homosapien

    Del Tha Funkee Homosapien performing at The Blvd, May 2008.


  • More Velella Velella, live

    This is a second clip from V.V’s show at The Blvd, Downtown Spokane.


  • Velella Velella show, April 11th

    This show took place at The Blvd, Downtown Spokane.


  • Clip from Birdmonster Show

    This clip accompanies an entry in Soundwave. San Francisco blog darlings Birdmonster came back and once again played a high-energy, fist-pumping live show, this time as a part of the …


  • Keys to a Better Life

    Deborah Kelly-Corn believes her autistic son Shad’s brain development has been enriched from years of piano lessons with music teacher Bill Rhodes.


  • Juggalo family values

    Spokane7 music writer Isamu Jordan spent an afternoon with the strange parade gathered at Big Easy for the Twiztid concert on St. Patrick’s Day. “You can always tell when they’re …


  • Juggalos

    From the 2008 archives: Isamu Jordan talks with dedicated followers of the Insane Clown Posse, known as juggalos, before a concert in Spokane.


  • Street life rap comes home

    Bobby Brown (Church) performs with Michael Charles (Mobile) in a hip-hop group called Certified Outfit, whose albums have explicit content. While Brown can’t sit down with every underage listener who …


  • Sommys Rap Up

    To aid with the post-show hangover, we’re offering a rap wrap-up by Isamu Jordan to run through the winners.


  • Looking Back: Patrice Munsel

    Spokane’s Patrice Munsel started her distinguished singing career at Lewis and Clark High School then later went on to become a famous Metropolitan opera star.


  • Music Maker

    Joel Stehr, a 29-year-old Spokane native, practices the age-old art of lutherie, or handcrafting wooden stringed instruments.


  • Zune launch; a TXT look at the new Microsoft music and podcast player

    Doug Dobbins gives viewers a video look at the next generation Zune. This was done during the recent Zune launch in Redmond


  • Sassparilla Jug Band

    Sassparilla Jug Band played a howling show to open up the Think Swing! Jazz and Blues Festival, and they were holding back. For the closer, the Oregon group relied on …


  • Holmes Elementary Music Program

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  • Man Man at The Big Easy 10/31/07

    Man Man at The Big Easy 10/31/07


  • Cold Case: Song in memory of Angela Stewart

    A song written in memory of Angela Stewart by her cousin.

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