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Matchbox Twenty’s Kyle Cook cancels solo Spokane show

Kyle Cook, known for his work as lead guitarist in Matchbox Twenty, is on tour in support of his debut solo album “Wolves.” (Courtesy photo)
Kyle Cook, known for his work as lead guitarist in Matchbox Twenty, is on tour in support of his debut solo album “Wolves.” (Courtesy photo)

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Kyle Cook’s Spokane concert, scheduled for Friday at the Big Dipper, has been canceled.

Cook, known for his work as lead guitarist in Matchbox Twenty, is on tour in support of his debut solo album “Wolves.” He is scheduled to perform in Prosser, Washington on Saturday, Seattle on Sunday and Bellingham on April 29.

Tickets purchased with a credit or debit card have been refunded. All other refunds will be issued at the Spokane Arena box office, 720 M. Mallon Ave.

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