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UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 27, 2022
There’s a reason Daniel Wallace McLay looks familiar.
Lady Bits, a female comedy showcase, is slated for Sunday at the Spokane Comedy Club.
"Lady Bits," a female comedy showcase is slated for Sunday at the Spokane Comedy Club.
The latest "Disney On Ice" production, "Road Trip Adventure," is slated for Friday through Sunday at the Spokane Arena.
Singer-songwriter James McMurtry will showcase songs from his latest album, "The Horses and the Hounds" Friday at the Lucky You Lounge.
The Burton brothers of Indubious will showcase their reggae Saturday at the Lucky You Lounge. The Burtons are also beating the odds in their fight against cystic fibrosis.
Tickets for Brandi Carlile and Joni Mitchell's "Joni Jam" in June at the Gorge go on sale next week.
Judy Collins is rescheduling her October 18 date at the Bing to November 29.Richard Marx has moved his date at Northern Quest to February 10, 2023.
Tickets for Journey's April 14 concert at the Spokane Arena go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. via TicketsWest.com
A Day to Remember will perform Saturday at the Podium.
Kelsey Waldon will showcase tracks from her latest album, "No Regular Dog," Thursday at the Lucky You Lounge.
Most octogenarians who break a bone take it easy. But not Judy Collins. The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter busted her elbow in Pittsburgh last month, which forced her to postpone her Iron City show.
Comic John Heffron actually looks forward to aging as much as he enjoys telling jokes. Heffron will spin his personal tales Friday and Saturday at the Spokane Comedy Club.
Comic Vir Das will deliver his observational humor Saturday at the Bing Crosby Theater.
It’s hard to believe, but the Scorpions hit the half-century mark in 2019.
Everclear's Art Alexakis is still on the road despite his MS diagnosis. Alexakis is tough as nails and surprisingly grateful that he has the disease. Everclear will mix in some new songs along with the hits.
Comic Chris Franjola will offer his observational and personal material Friday and Saturday at the Spokane Comedy Club.
Singer-songwriter Todd Snider will return Sunday to the Bing Crosby Theater. It's been a tough time for Snider, who has lost some of his closest friends in the business.
Heavy metal act Fit for an Autopsy perform Saturday at the Big Dipper.
Eric Deggans, the NPR television critic and I chat about the differences between the two classic '90s sitcoms, "Friends" and "Seinfeld."
Loretta Lynn, who passed away today at 90, played Spokane on a number of occasions.
Chvrches will render its synth-pop Sunday at the Knitting Factory.
Matt Nathanson will showcase songs from his latest albums, "Boston Accent" and "Sings His Sad Heart" Saturday at the Knitting Factory.
Indie rockers the Joy Formidable will deliver their melodic, guitar-driven material Friday at the Knitting Factory.
Cartoonish alt-metal band GWAR will perform Tuesday at the Knitting Factory.