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UPDATED: Fri., April 6, 2018, 8:27 a.m.

Spokane’s Ruthie Henrickson pays tribute to Priest Lake on her debut album ‘Summers I Know’

Henrickson will release “Summers I Know” at the Bartlett on Friday.


The Regrettes’ Lydia Night tells it like it is on ‘Feel Your Feelings Fool!,’ ‘Attention Seeker’

Los Angeles-based punk-rock/surf-rock quartet the Regrettes headline the Bartlett on Thursday.


After a self-imposed hiatus, Seattle’s Bryan John Appleby returns to center stage

Appleby will perform at the Bartlett on Friday.


The Travelin’ McCourys making a name for themselves in bluegrass world

The quintet will perform two shows at the Bartlett on Wednesday.


Spokane’s Donna Donna debut ‘Basement Noise’ at The Bartlett

Lindsay Johnston and Cherri Woith have gone from zero to 100 in their first year together.


Local fixture Marshall McLean debuts new, louder band

Marshall McLean and the Holy Rollers will play its first show at the Bartlett on Saturday.


Tango Volcado, “Prairie Songs: Remembering Ántonia” make Spokane debuts at the Bartlett

Tango Volcado will perform for the first time with pianist Jody Graves, and “Prairie Songs: Remembering Ántonia” will have its Washington premiere.


UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 4, 2018, 10:34 a.m.

Ryan Dean Tucker turns love of ‘Die Hard’ into one man show

Tucker will portray John McClane onstage while acting with himself as several other characters on screen.


Excerpt: Barry’s book hits smaller big cities – like Spokane

Among those not-quite-the-biggest cities: Spokane, where on Oct. 1, 2015, Todd Barry headlined a show at the Bartlett.


Spokane musicians share Christmas spirit on ‘Bartlett Christmas Vol. 4’

To celebrate the album’s release, the Bartlett is hosting the 4th Annual Bartlett Christmas Special on Friday.


The Lists: Concert Venues

Here’s a list of a few venues doing their part to keep the music scene in Spokane alive.


True stories, improv collide at Microbiography 6

The Freedom Association, a trio of improvisers, will create scenes based on true stories from local authors.


Deer Tick embraces acoustic, electric interests on “Vol. 1” and “Vol. 2”

The band perform two sets, one acoustic and one electric, during “Twice is Nice: An Evening with Deer Tick” at the Bartlett on Thursday.


Singer-songwriter Chris Molitor finds home in Spokane

Chris Molitor will release his debut full-length, “Coming Home,” at the Bartlett on Friday.


Recording in Sweden inspired Seattle rapper Grieves to do what was right for him on “Running Wild”

Grieves recorded “Running Wild” with producer Chords in Stockholm.


After starting from scratch, Seattle’s Pickwick found new process on “LoveJoys”

The band abandoned 40 songs to start over on sophomore album.


Singer David Cook brings darker sound to the Bartlett

The “American Idol” winner is at work on a new EP.


Spokane rapper Jango is keeping the city with him on his way to the top

After releasing a compilation of tracks last year, Jango made his official debut with a mixtape called “Alone By Choice,” which he released in March.


Spokane’s Kori Ailene rediscovers her voice on ‘Bear With Me’

Spokane-based Americana/folk musician Kori Ailene rediscovers her voice on debut album “Bear With Me.”


Spokane’s The Great PNW and Seattle’s Rainier Beer collaborate on clothing line

Spokane’s The Great PNW and Seattle’s Rainier Beer will celebrate its collaboration on a clothing line at the collection’s release party Friday at the Washington Cracker Building.


Musician Tim Kasher brings cinematic elements of new album to the big screen

Cursive and the Good Life frontman Tim Kasher will stop by the Bartlett Friday in support of his new album, “No Resolution.” The album will soundtrack his directorial debut film …


UPDATED: Thu., April 27, 2017, 11:42 a.m.

Local musicians join forces to create retro-pop outfit Super Sparkle

Retro-pop six piece Super Sparkle, which features members of several local bands, will release its “Songs Out the Window” EP Saturday at the Bartlett.


UPDATED: Thu., April 13, 2017, 3:08 p.m.

NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest winner Gaelynn Lea goes all in as solo artist

NPR Tiny Desk Contest winner Gaelynn Lea is going all in as a solo artist, bringing her violin and looping pedal to the Bartlett on Saturday.


Spring music preview - A look at the musicians performing in Spokane in the coming months

Spring temperatures mean spring tours are on the way. Here’s a look at the musicians performing in Spokane in the coming months.


For Karli Ingersoll and Windoe, it’s a time of growth, creativity and exposure

After starting Windoe as a solo act, Ingersoll has expanded it into a band. Now, Windoe is having a Very Big Week. First, on Friday, there’s a new EP, “Shake …


Mixtape live recording features some of Spokane’s top comics

“We wanted people to have an idea of what the Spokane scene is about and be able to grab one album and say ‘Here’s 13 of their best comics,’ ” …


At the Bartlett: Sallie Ford uses her indie-rock music to face her demons

On her confessional fourth album “Soul Sick,” the Portland-based singer-songwriter sorts through the thoughts in her head.


Typhoon frontman Kyle Morton shows quieter side at the Bartlett

The Portland folk-pop collective Typhoon is known for its live shows that sport a dozen or so musicians on stage at once. Now Kyle Morton, the band’s primary songwriter, is …


Bartlett hosts Girls Rock Lab showcase

Girls ages 8-18 spend a week learning instruments, forming bands and writing songs in a popular program sponsored by Spark Central.


Younger McCartney brings his show to Spokane

British singer-songwriter James McCartney is on tour in support of his second album, “The Blackberry Train.”