Clarinet. You can’t front on a rock band with clarinet. Plus all the songs have female names. Progalicious.
Stonesthrow’s hip-hop legend dropped jewels all night. Too bad some sucker was harassing him from the crowd.
Loop station whiz Danny Weber definitely has more going on then just cool toys onstage if he can entertain a crowd with covers of songs by Vanilla Ice, Oasis, and …
The Electrostatics still have some issues with vocals. But their live show is such good fun that it doesn’t matter as much. This set is from the RAWK Final Four …
This is Lead Creek Derby’s set from the RAWK Final Four finals. The bluesy guitar was a welcome element at an otherwise emo-based competition.
Amputated Limbs played a lot of covers at the RAWK Final Four finals, but one of them was the “Emperor’s March.” Awesome!
Cograts to the band formerly known as Big Wang Theory for winning for the Rawk Final Four. From henceforth the band will be known as Vax Lavala. Make a note …
Seattle’s The Myriad is sort of a staple for RAWK events. This outstanding exhibition set at the RAWK Final Four shows why.
BEAF was the crowd favorite at The Rawk Final Four finals. For good reason. These guys are tops for all-ages bands to watch in the future.
Jonathan Nicholson’s music takes you to the places in your mind that make the rest of the world disappear.
Hiero emcee Casual shows his many skills on the mike.
Rasco flexes mad gusto onstage.
“We’re The Lashes…” from Seattle, Washington? Ha! I love it. These guys got a feature in Hustler Magazine and Ben Clark and the rest of the band were kind enough …
Lead singer Hayley Williams sounded invincible, like her Supergirl T-shirt was granting her superhuman vocals. You would never guess after hearing her sing, but Williams just turned 17. Her outstanding …
The beloved Burns Like Hellfire were scorching for The B-Side’s final locals night.
The Shrkers rocked the hell out of The B-Side for the beloved venues final locals night.
The last locals night at The B-Side just wouldn’t be complete with The Dearly Departed.
Brutally hipnotic, intricate song structure and pure, headbanging bliss.
It’s an all-out assault by one of Spokane’s favorite rock bands on the last night of metal at The B-Side
Reunited and rockin’, The Chang closed out the final metal night at The B-Side.