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Boz Scaggs to play hits, more at Northern Quest

UPDATED: Thu., May 19, 2022

As the lights went down prior to the Hold Steady taking the stage before a show in 2019, Boz Scaggs's "Lido Shuffle" blasted through the speakers. The fans, the majority of which were in elementary school when Scaggs's smash hit the charts, roared.
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Nate Bargatze is back to make up dates on his Raincheck tour

UPDATED: Thu., May 19, 2022

Not everything is a joke to Nate Bargatze. The veteran comic sincerely appreciates the fans who held onto their tickets for shows from the early days of the pandemic. "It means a lot to me that people held on to their tickets for two years," Bargatze said while calling from Lake Tahoe. "That means a lot to me."
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Review: ‘Emergency’ is a college party comedy with teeth

UPDATED: Thu., May 19, 2022

The classic college party crawl comedy gets a smart, self-aware refresh with "Emergency," a funny, adroitly executed satire that manages to find genuine laughs in the unlikeliest places. Kunle and his best friend Sean are college seniors looking forward to a night of epic debauchery during a hard-won spring break.

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The Mambo Kings return to the Fox with Camille Zamora

UPDATED: Thu., May 19, 2022

Back for the first time since 2017, the Mambo Kings, featuring soprano Camille Zamora, are thrilled to be collaborating with the Spokane Symphony again. The band stayed busy during the pandemic with virtual performances and livestreams. “We never stopped, which is really a blessing,” Richard DeLaney said.
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Two Feet is getting his feet wet for the first time in Spokane

UPDATED: Thu., May 19, 2022

New York singer-songwriter and producer Two Feet, born Zachary William “Bill” Dess, is headlining in Spokane for the first time Saturday night at Knitting Factory, and, to get his feet wet in the Lilac City, the 28-year-old music artist answered questions Monday morning over the phone.
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Inland Northwest Opera announces 2022 season

UPDATED: Thu., May 19, 2022

Starting this summer, Inland Northwest Opera will tour the Inland Northwest offering free performances of “Carmen and the Bull.” Arranged by Elise LaBarge and the Union Avenue Opera Education Ensemble, this children’s opera weaves a beloved story together with music from Georges Bizet's “Carmen.”

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