James Lowe, who beat out 188 applicants to succeed Eckart Preu, was formally introduced during a news conference at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox.
On his “Double Down” tour, Eric Church plays each venue twice, performing drastically different concerts each night.
“I’m so excited to roll up my sleeves and get working,” Lowe said, praising the orchestra, the Fox theater and the community support he saw in Spokane.
The album, which was released in April, deals with the idea of nostalgia, and brings brothers Zach and Ben Yudin to the Bartlett on Sunday.
All tickets purchased for the original date will be honored for the new show. Refunds are available by request until July 19 at www.ticketswest.com or at the Northern Quest box office, (509) 481-2800 or (877) 871-6772.
The Grizzled Mighty, Delbert and Left Hand Smoke will also take the Lilac Bowl Amphitheater stage in Riverfront Park during Gleason Fest on Aug. 10.
On Twitter, Ritter said he’s working to reschedule the show, but in the meantime, all tickets and fees will be refunded.
The album brings Brent Cobb to the Knitting Factory on Thursday.
Three Dog Night will bring new music to the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Sunday.
Ritter recorded “Fever Breaks,” which brings him to the Knitting Factory on Friday, with Jason Isbell at Nashville’s RCA Studio A.
White performed at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox in May as part of Heart Strings Guitar Pull, which also featured Lauren Alaina, Craig Campbell and Brandon Lay.
Maxwell will also share stories about his time on “The Voice,” and the event also includes desserts, a no-host bar and a raffle.
Missy Elliott, the creative mastermind who has written hit songs for a number of female acts and created camaraderie among women in the music industry, felt the love back from her musical sisters as she was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame
John Paul White, formerly of the Civil Wars, headlines the Bartlett on Thursday.
Grab your tickets, Spokane. Judas Priest’s first local show since 1990 is nearly sold out.
Indigo Girls, who are headlining the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Tuesday, will release a new album in early 2020.
The band will perform the biggest hits from “Abbey Road,” plus early Beatles favorites during the show.
Spokane fans will get to meet the latest incarnation of the internet sensation when Skinny makes his public debut as Keyboard Cat during Street Music Week, the annual fundraiser to support the Second Harvest Food Bank.
Just under a year ago, alt-rock quintet Blue October headlined the Knitting Factory in support of its ninth album, “I Hope You’re Happy.”
“Stairway to Heaven” will get another hearing, this time to a packed house.