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Winter music lineup ready to roll: List includes Spokane’s Myles Kennedy, Chewelah’s Allen Stone

New year, new concert calendar. No matter your genre of choice, Spokane’s winter concert lineup has got you covered.

Jan. 3: Lucky You Lounge has booked DJ Official Caleb for Dance It Out. Free.

Jan. 4: DJ Exodus carries on the second night of Dance It Out at the Lucky You Lounge. Free.

Jan. 5: Cracker, Camper Van Beethoven and Buffalo Jones team up for a show at the Lucky You Lounge. $25-$30 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 8: Guitarist/singer Eric Johnson brings his latest album, “EJ Vol. II,” plus repertoire from throughout his career to the Bing Crosby Theater as part of the “Classics: Present and Past” tour. $32-$52 through bingcrosbytheater.com.

Jan. 9: Indie-folk group Horse Feathers headlines the Lucky You Lounge with Nick Delffs. $15 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 9: Hellbound Glory, Rusty Jackson, Bret Allen and Joey Anderson perform at the Pin. $15 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 10: Lucky You Lounge’s Dance It Out features Rosethrow. Free.

Jan. 10: Free Fridays: Hip-Hop Addition brings Kuttl3ss, RyAtt, Nocturnal Outkast Crew the Artistry, Poet and N8 to the Pin.

Jan. 11: The M Show features Spokane Symphony concertmaster Mateusz Wolski mixing music, mayhem and mystery at the Knitting Factory. $24-$68 through Ticketweb.

Jan. 11: Lucky You Lounge’s Dance It Out features Storme. Free.

Jan. 11: El Gran Festival de Musica Cubana, at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, celebrates artists including Buena Vista Social Club and Beny More. $35-$125 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

Jan. 11: The third-annual New Year’s Artist Festival brings Miller’s Sun, Ian Nixon, Does This Inc. Stick, Violet Ice, Point Blank, Twin Void, Mallory, 3113, My Own Affliction, Ten-Speed Pile-Up, Dust Fuzzz and Meganoke to the Pin. $10 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 12: Spokane Youth Symphony presents “70 Years of Education” at the Fox. $14-$18 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

Jan. 13: Legendary violinist Itzhak Perlman headlines a sold-out show at the Fox.

Jan. 14: Boulder born-and-raised rock band Big Head Todd and the Monsters headlines a show at the Bing. Tickets are $27-$47 through bingcrosbytheater.com.

Jan. 15: DJ Doktor Reaktor spins some of the Beatles’ greatest hits at the Pin. $5 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 17: DJ Official Caleb is back at Lucky You Lounge for Dance It Out. Free.

Jan. 17: Free Fridays: Metal Edition brings Dysfunktynal Kaos, Smiles and to-be-announced bands to the Pin.

Jan. 18: Lucky You Lounge welcomes Funky Unkle in the main venue. $8-$10 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 18: In the Lucky You Lounge Basement, DJ Wesone brings the tunes for Dance It Out. Free.

Jan. 18: Pandamonium brings DJs Bon Panda Breaks, 1slurr, Shauk, Digi and Joey Treasure to the Pin. $10-$15 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 18-19: The Spokane Symphony presents “Masterworks 5: Beethoven’s 250th Anniversary” at the Fox with conductor Mark Russell Smith and violinist Augustin Hadelich.

Jan. 19: Zonky Jazz Night takes over the Lucky You Lounge. $10 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 23: The “Futuristic Thriller” tour brings Canadian trio Black Tiger Sex Machine to the Knit. $30 through Ticketweb.

Jan. 23: Wynonna and the Big Noise, fronted by Wynonna Judd, takes over the Bing. $45-$75 through bingcrosbytheater.com.

Jan. 24: Rosethrow is back at the Lucky You Lounge for another Dance It Out. Free.

Jan. 24: Free Fridays: Wreck Room Records Takeover brings iM.iNTUiT b2b Ove, Raskl, Fysh, Meraki and Liquid Year to the Pin.

Jan. 25: Storme, too, is back at the Lucky You Lounge for another Dance It Out. Free.

Jan. 25: Oliver Spitts, CCB Krew, Flynn, T23, Me$ill and Brotha Nature perform at the Pin. $10-$15 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 25-26: Spokane Symphony presents “Movies and Music 2: Pixar in Concert” with conductor Morihiko Nakahara at the Fox. $20-$103 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

Jan. 26: Reggae band the Green will headline the Knit with Ka’ikena Scanlan opening. $20 through Ticketweb.

Jan. 28: The Knitting Factory welcomes Jauz, Habstrakt and Tynan as part of the “Dangerous Waters” tour. $29.50 through Ticketweb.

Jan. 30: Seattle-based soul band Down North stops by the Lucky You Lounge with Left Over Soul. $10 through Eventbrite.

Jan. 31: This Dance It Out features Ayzim in the Lucky You Lounge Basement. Free.

Jan. 31: Free Fridays: Rock Edition brings Sciandras Game, Rusted Hand, Those Damn Kids and A Death in Heaven to the Pin.

Feb. 1: The Spokane Symphony and conductor Morihiko Nalahara bring Cherry Poppin’ Daddies to the Fox for “Pops 4.” $43-$95 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

Feb. 1: Three Elvis Presley tribute acts – David Lee, Patrick Johnson and Ted Torres – take the Bing stage during “Memories of Elvis.” $20-$30 through www.bingcrosbytheater.com.

Feb. 1: Dead Poet and Wild Card celebrate album releases at this Pin show, which also features Knothead. $20 through Eventbrite.

Feb. 4: Boombox brings “a little house, a little blues, a little funk, a little rock and a whole lot of soul” to Lucky You Lounge with Ethno. $15-$18 through Eventbrite.

Feb. 6: Instrumental trio City of the Sun brings Kiltro with them to the Lucky You Lounge. $15 through Eventbrite.

Feb. 8: During its show at the Bing, the Lonely celebrates the music of Roy Orbison, the Traveling Wilburys and the Everly Brothers. $45 through bingcrosbytheater.com.

Feb. 8-9: The Spokane Symphony and conductor James Lowe bring trumpeter Allen Vizzutti, plus the Spokane Symphony Chorale, to the Fox as part of “Masterworks 6: Music for Valentine’s Day.” $21-$66 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

Feb. 11: The Spokane Symphony brings audiences on the Fox stage during “Chamber Soirée on the Stage: Valentine’s Day.” $68 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

Feb. 13: Hembree’s debut album “House On Fire” brings them to the Lucky You Lounge Basement. Free.

Feb. 13: The Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kevin Hekmatpanah, brings violin soloist Midori to the Fox. $16 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

Feb. 13: Crobot, Aeges and Like Machines performs at the Pin. $15-$20 through Eventbrite.

Feb. 14: The “Exit/Reality” tour brings Minnesota, Eastghost, Thelem and Abelation to the Knit. $15-$20 through Ticketweb.

Feb. 14: Brother Ali headlines the “Secrets and Escapes” tour at the Pin with Open Mike Eagle and DJ Last Word. $18-$65 through Eventbrite.

Feb. 15: Rap quartet Shoreline Mafia headlines at the Knit. $35 through Ticketweb.

Feb. 15: The “Friends and Heroes” tour brings Blake Shelton, Lauren Alaina, the Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson and Trace Adkins to the Spokane Arena. $39-$99 through TicketsWest.

Feb. 15: Vale of Pnath, Gorod, Wolf King, Rot Monger and Day in Eternity stop by the Pin. $13-$20 through Eventbrite.

Feb. 16: The Spokane String Quartet teams up with the Spokane Kantorei Choir at the Fox. $12-$20 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

Feb. 16: The “I Ain’t Gotta Grow Up” tour brings Logan Mize and Willie Jones to the Pin, with more performers to be announced. $20-$25 through Eventbrite.

Feb. 18: Hip-hop duo Atmosphere brings the Lioness, Nikki Jean and DJ Keezy to the Knit as part of the “Wherever” tour. $27.50 through Ticketweb.

Feb. 20: Hip-hop heavyweights Bone Thugs-N-Harmony bring Young Neves and Zero with them to the Knit. $29.50-$100 through Ticketweb.

Feb. 21: Blues-rock singer ZZ Ward stops by the Knit with Patrick Droney. $22.50-$522.50 through Ticketweb.

Feb. 21: Gary Wilson and Part Time take over the Lucky You Lounge. $12-$15 through Eventbrite.

Feb. 21: The Spokane Symphony performs alongside a screening of “Back to the Future” during “Movies and Music” at the Fox. $20-$103 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

Feb. 23: The Movement, Josh Heinrichs and Indubious perform at the Lucky You Lounge. $15-$18 through Eventbrite.

Feb. 26: Korn and Breaking Benjamin co-headline the Spokane Arena with Bones UK opening the show. $39.50-$89.50 through TicketsWest.

Feb. 27: The “Walk the Sky” tour brings the Spokane-raised Myles Kennedy’s band Alter Bridge, Clint Lowery and Deepfall to the Knit. $34.50-$50 through Ticketweb.

Feb. 28: The “Trouble Town” tour brings Jordan Davis and Hailey Whitters to the Knit. $25-$75 through Ticketweb.

Feb. 29: All-female AC/DC tribute band Hell’s Belles celebrates 20 years as a band with a show at the Knit playing “Powerage” and “Back in Black” in full. $18 through Ticketweb.

Feb. 29-March 1: The Spokane Symphony, conducted by Morihiko Nakahara, brings clarinetist Stephen Williamson to the Fox for “Masterworks 7: Appalachian Spring.” $21-$66 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 3: Hippie Sabotage, “two brothers who make music,” and Ilo Ilo come to the Knit on the “Direction of Dreams” tour. $29.50 through Ticketweb.

March 3: The WSU School of Music, including the WSU Concert Choir, Jazz Big Band I, symphony orchestra and opera workshop, perform at the Fox. $10-$15 through foxtheaterspokane.org. Students with ID and children ages 12 and younger are free.

March 4: The “Disraeli Gears” tour features Kofi Baker (son of Ginger), Malcolm Bruce (son of Jack) and Will Johns (nephew of Eric and son of Led Zeppelin/Rolling Stones/Jimmy Hendrix engineer Andy) playing the famed Cream record in full at the Bing. $29.50-$48.50 through bingcrosbytheater.com.

March 4: Happy headlines the Pin with Fine Line, Hanford, Valhalla and Better Daze. $10 through Eventbrite.

March 5: Timothy Robert Graham headlines the Lucky You Lounge Basement with Runaway Octopus and BaLonely. Free.

March 5: The second-annual Multicare Heart Strings Guitar Pull brings Craig Campbell and Bryan White, as well as more to-be-announced artists, to the Fox. $30-$60 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 6: Prince Royce brings the “Alter Ego” tour to the Fox. $32.50-$955 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 7: Bonaphied Entertainment presents Too Short, E-40 and Mack 10 at the Knit. $50-$100 through Ticketweb.

March 7: The Spokane Symphony’s “Pops 5” brings fiddler Eileen Ivers to the Fox conducted by Morihiko Nakahara. $43-$95 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 8: The Spokane Youth Symphony performs “70 Years of Virtuosity” at the Fox. $14-$18 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 8: Former Men at Work frontman Colin Hay’s solo career brings him to the Bing. $35-$65 through bingcrosbytheater.com.

March 13: The Beatles tribute act the Fab Four returns to Spokane for a show at the Bing. $39.50-$62.50 through bingcrosbytheater.com.

March 13: The “Cheers” tour brings Grieves and the Hold Up to the Pin. $20 through Eventbrite.

March 14: Whitey Morgan and the 78’s take the Knit stage in support of “Hard Times and White Lines.” $22-$77 through Ticketweb.

March 14: The Spokane Jazz Orchestra headlines the Bing as part of its current season, “The Sound of Unity.” $17-$30 through TicketsWest.

March 14: The Roadshow brings Bethel Music, Matt Maher, Martin Smith of Delirious?, Unspoken, ApolloLtd, Peabod and Elle Limebear to the First Interstate Center for the Arts. $23-$78 through TicketsWest.

March 14: Chris Renzema, Casey Ryan and Yolande Johnson stop by the Pin as part of the “Boxer and the Bear” tour. $12 through Eventbrite.

March 18: Liquid Stranger headlines the “Ascension” tour at the Knit along with Luzcid, Hydraulix and Inzo. $20-$25 through Ticketweb.

March 18: The Allman Betts Band headlines the Fox with Marc Ford and Jackson Stokes. $38-$60 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 19: Aaron Watson brings his new album “Red Bandana” to the Knit. $25 through Ticketweb.

March 19: Legendary bues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa headlines the FICA. $69-$199 through TicketsWest.

March 20: Spite, Varials, I Am, Orthodox and Dealer perform at the Pin. $18-$20 through Eventbrite.

March 21-22: The Spokane Symphony will perform live during a screening of “Star Wars: A New Hope” during “Movies and Music” conducted by Morihiko Nakahara. $20-$103 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 23: Chewelah’s own Allen Stone headlines the Knit on the “Building Balance” tour. $25-$125 through Ticketweb.

March 23: Bad Omens, Oh, Sleeper, Thousand Below and Bloodline perform at the Pin. $15-$20 through Eventbrite.

March 24: Legendary singer and pianist Ronnie Milsap headlines the Fox, supported by Andy Byron. $35.50-$89.50 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 28: “Masterworks 8: Russian Passions” brings the Spokane Symphony and pianist Joyce Yang, conducted by James Lowe, to the Fox. $21-$66 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 28: Performer Gary Anthony will bring his show “Sinatra” to the Bing. $35-$55 through bingcrosbytheater.com.

March 29: The “D.R.E.A.M.” tour brings Nickelodeon star and YouTuber JoJo Siwa to the Spokane Arena with the Belles. $39.50-$69.50 through TicketsWest.

March 30: The “To Plant a Seed” 10th anniversary tour brings We Came As Romans to the Knit along with the Devil Wears Prada, Gideon and Dayseeker. $22.50 through Ticketweb.

March 30: The Glenn Miller Orchestra headlines the Fox. $56-$78 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

March 31-April 1: The Spokane Symphony’s Chamber Soirée on the Stage returns for a spring concert. $68 through foxtheaterspokane.org.

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