Just days after it was announced, “Keep on Loving You” rockers REO Speedwagon announced that they have to cancel their Jan. 30 concert at Northern Quest Resort and Casino due to a scheduling conflict.
Northern Quest Resort and Casino has announced its first slate of performers to kick off the new year: the Commodores, REO Speedwagon and Brian Regan.
Musician David Brighton’s career began somewhat typically as a sessions and touring guitar player for a number of musicians, as well as in original bands with record deals of their own. But Brighton was introduced to the world of tribute artists when he was hired to portray George Harrison in a Beatles tribute act called Twist and Shout.
In 2017, Pigs on the Wing, a Portland-based Pink Floyd tribute band, focused on “The Wall.” Last year, the band brought “The Dark Side of the Moon” to the Bing Crosby Theater. The current “Animals” tour also will bring the band to the Bing on Nov. 9.
Olympia-born band Sleater-Kinney has a thing for Spokane. The band is opening its “The Center Won’t Hold” tour in the Lilac City on Wednesday at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox four years after opening its previous tour with a sold-out show at the Knitting Factory.
The concert, conducted by Morihiko Nakahara, features guest vocalists Hugh Panaro and Morgan James.
Eddie Money, the husky-voiced, blue collar rock star known for such hits as “Two Tickets to Paradise” and “Take Me Home Tonight,” has died at 70
Temperatures are dropping, but the autumn concert calendar is really starting to heat up. Here are concerts you can look forward to in the coming months.
The Bartlett, a downtown staple for local, regional and national musicians since it opened six years ago, will host its last show Nov. 8. Co-owners Caleb and Karli Ingersoll announced the news in a Facebook post.
Season opener “Masterworks 1: American Rhythms,” Saturday and Sept. 15 at the Fox, features guest pianist William Wolfram.
It’s true that English is spoken in the U.K. and U.S., but a word that means something to Brits might mean something completely different to those in America.
The “Point of Know Return” anniversary tour brings Kansas to the First Interstate Center for the Arts on Wednesday.
The band will perform Friday through Sunday, joined by Lettuce, Gov’t Mule and Hurray for the Riff Raff.
The Spokane Symphony will perform in Pavillion Park and Comstock Park, and the Coeur d’Alene Symphony will perform in Coeur d’Alene City Park.
Tickets for both shows go on sale Friday at 9 a.m. through northernquest.com or the casino’s box office, (509) 481-2800 or (877) 871-6772.
The band – Mike Eli, Jon Jones, Chris Thompson and James Young – released “This Is Eli Young Band: Greatest Hits” in March.
Amos Lee will headline the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Saturday.
Tickets are on sale now through the band’s “12 Days of TSO Verified Fan Registration” at tso.tmverifiedfan.com.
Giants in the Trees is certainly more low-key. They play small clubs – places like the Big Dipper, where they stopped in 2017, and the Bartlett, where they’ll play in support of their second album, the simply-titled “Volume 2.”
Northern Quest Resort and Casino’s summer concert series always features an eclectic mix of performers, and this week’s lineup is the perfect example. “Weird Al” Yankovic will perform Sunday, and Styx, joined by Loverboy, will perform Thursday.