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Korn drummer Ray Luzier: ‘Genre’s on a whole new level right now’; nü metal band rocks Spokane Arena on Wednesday

Korn is on the road and rocks the Spokane Arena on Wednesday. The rock genre has been through many changes through the years. Grunge started in 1988 courtesy of Seattle-based Nirvana, and nü metal kicked off in 1994 courtesy of Korn, a five-piece band from Bakersfield, California. It’s a small city encompassed by rural farms and sentiment, not unlike Spokane.

Blake Shelton charms in Spokane country: ‘I love the Zags – I really do!’

“I love the Zags – I really do!” country music superstar Blake Shelton proclaimed unexpectedly during his Friends and Heroes 2020 Tour stop at the Spokane Arena on Saturday night. The four-hour celebration of country music old and new was equally a showcase for Shelton’s natural charisma, talent and humor and Shelton’s friends and heroes – music industry upstarts and legends Lauren Alaina, John Anderson, the Bellamy Brothers and Trace Adkins.

Blake Shelton’s ‘Friends and Heroes 2020’ tour features legendary and new country acts

With a lineup like this, Blake Shelton’s “Friends and Heroes 2020 Tour” is an early frontrunner for country music party of the year in Spokane. The country superstar and his friends and heroes – the Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson, Lauren Alaina and Trace Adkins – have reunited and are bringing the celebration to Spokane Arena on Saturday night.

Backstreet Boys, Megadeth and Lamb of God announce concert dates at Spokane Arena

Three legendary music acts – a boyband turned, well, man band and two heavy metal groups – announced this morning concert dates at the Spokane Arena. After the success of last summer’s sold-out North American “DNA World Tour,” the Backstreet Boys have announced a second North American tour that kicks off on July 10 in New York and stops at the Spokane Arena on Aug. 7.

‘Sesame Street’ teaches kids the magic of the ‘power of yet’

For Justin Baret, the way to Sesame Street was sprinkled with magic. Baret plays Justin the magician in “Sesame Street Live: Make Your Magic.” That he shares a first name with his character is a coincidence – and part of the magic, he said. In the show, the magician is going to put on a show for the neighborhood, and Elmo wants to be a part of it. The problem is Elmo doesn’t know magic. So Elmo and friends learn about the “power of yet” – meaning “you can do anything as long as you put your mind to it,” Baret said.

‘I’ll miss you guys,’ Slayer frontman Tom Araya says in final concert at Spokane Arena

If Sunday night’s varied lineup of metal acts at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena was a competition of attrition, precision and intensity, it would only be apt that departing thrash metal legends Slayer would lay claim to all of these top marks as “The Final Campaign,” the seventh and final leg of the band’s farewell tour, steamrolled into the Lilac City.

Record-breaker Luke Combs headlines sold-out concert at Spokane Arena

ACM and CMA Award-winning singer-songwriter and musician Luke Combs has extended his “Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour” through fall and is in the Lilac City on Friday in a sold-out stop at the Spokane Arena with Morgan Wallen, Jameson Rodgers and Dee Jay Silver.