The 2020 concert calendar has already begun to fill up fast. Grammy Award-winning rockers Tool will headline the Spokane Arena on March 9. Tickets are $65-$125 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through TicketsWest.
NEW YORK – The Songwriters Hall of Fame has gotten Carey-ed away with this Long Island-born legend. Mariah Carey is among the artists who will be inducted into the Hall on June 11 at Manhattan’s Marriott Marquis Hotel, it was announced Thursday.
Conductor Mark Russell Smith will lead the Spokane Symphony and violinist Augustin Hadelich at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Saturday and Sunday.
Acclaimed blues-rock singer/guitarist Boz Scaggs will perform at Northern Quest Resort and Casino on May 27. Tickets are $59-$89 and go on sale Friday at 9 a.m. through TicketsWest.
Cellist Zuill Bailey is bringing Itzhak Perlman to town in celebration of the violinist’s 75th birthday.
Instrumental musician Yanni will headline the Northern Quest Resort and Casino’s Pend Orielle Pavilion on April 9.
Grammy Award-winning contemporary Christian/pop singer Amy Grant has announced an April 7 concert at the First Interstate Center for the Arts.
New year, new concert calendar. No matter your genre of choice, Spokane’s winter concert lineup has got you covered.
If you’ve ever wondered what an orchestra conductor does besides waving a baton in front of a group of musicians, you can find out at an upcoming workshop at Holy Names Music Center.
A collection of New Year’s Eve events, plus a concert announcement from Tech N9ne. Beethoven’s Ninth
Here’s a look back at just a few of the many concerts, from local and touring acts, that got Inland Northwesterners grooving this year.
This year, Friends of the Guitar Hour is gifting fans with four days of concerts during the Christmas Guitar Summit. The Christmas Guitar Summit features the music of Leon Atkinson, the Tonedevil Bros. and Mike Johnson from Thursday through Sunday at venues across the Inland Northwest.
Growing up, acclaimed musician Mark O’Connor’s home was full of music during the holidays, a mix of Christmas songs, fiddling, bluegrass and Americana. Grammy-winning O’Connor remembered those being the best times during the school year.
“Mr.,” with songwriting help from Rafael Casal, is a complex and fascinating collection of jazz, R&B and pop featuring a vocalist able to purr one moment and soar the next.
For the last three years, rock orchestra Trans-Siberian Orchestra has delighted audiences with performances of “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve.” The story, first showcased in a 1999 made-for-TV movie, follows a young runaway who hides in an abandoned theater on Christmas Eve
Taylor Swift says she may not be performing at the American Music Awards because the men who own her old recordings won’t allow her to play her songs
Spectrum Singers will present “Still Standing: Songs of Protest and Hope,” the first main performance of its second season, at Spokane Falls Community College on Saturday.
Farewell to the Bartlett, on Friday, features Miles Martin, Bristol, Cate, Bandit Train, Scott Ryan, the Holy Broke, Jenny Anne Mannan, Cedar and Boyer, Chris Molitor, Bob Riggs, Windoe, Blake Braley, Sisters, Cathedral Pearls, Little Wins, Dead Serious Lovers, T.S the Solution and more.
Tickets are $25-$27 and on sale at 10 a.m. Friday through Ticketweb.
The “Room to Spare” EP features an acoustic version of “Plead the Fifth,” from 2017’s “Slowheart,” as well as six never-before-released songs.