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Charismatic Pineda leads Journey through the greatest hits at the Arena

As soon as the lights dimmed Thursday night in the Spokane Arena, the entire audience rose to its feet, with many on the floor bouncing from foot to foot in anticipation. Journey, with decades of performing and dozens of hit songs to its name, has worked hard for that reaction, but on stage, they make it look easy.

Journey keeps on believing

In a few weeks, Journey will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Before then, they’re bringing all their beloved hits to the Spokane Arena.

Elton John returns to Spokane as the prolific artist begins to talk about slowing down

There is no other word for Elton John but prolific. Start counting his hits and you need a calculator. Take a look at his career, from “Madman Across the Water” to “The Lion King” to a forthcoming “The Devil Wears Prada” musical, and you need binoculars. Along with lyricist partner Bernie Taupin, the musician has done it all and hasn’t stopped in decades.