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Red Sun Rising will perform at the Knitting Factory on Friday.
Fans had a lot to do with the routing of the “Fry Your Brain with the Maine” tour, which includes a stop at the Knitting Factory on Saturday, and each show will feature a fan-voted song.
Palmer will be joined by Seattle-based musician Jason Webley, who Palmer calls her best friend.
The band tracked “A Long Time Coming” live at its own Infinity Music Production.
Kearney hopes to release “Crazytalk,” which features the single “Better Than I Used to Be,” in May.
“Gathering,” Ritter’s ninth studio album, features an appearance by Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir.
The band continues to enjoy what it’s doing each time the guitars are picked up and the drums pounded.
“Blue Christmas” will be at the Knitting Factory on Friday, and the Coeur d’Alene Blues Festival will be March 23-25 at the Coeur d’Alene Resort.
The band’s sold-out show at the Knitting Factory is the final show behind its fifth album.
Here’s a list of a few venues doing their part to keep the music scene in Spokane alive.
The band’s sixth album brings them to the Knitting Factory for a show on Saturday.
“My Name Is Bear” features songs Nahko Bear wrote before forming Medicine for the People.
“Better Nature,” the band’s fourth album, is the first to be released on the band’s own New Machine Records.
The Atlanta-based quartet will perform at the Knitting Factory on Tuesday.
Canadian folk singer-songwriter Dallas Green, who performs as City and Colour, will play the Knitting Factory on Friday.
James Mercer and the Shins having a great time is a boon for fans.
The instrumental rock band will perform at the Knitting Factory on Saturday before taking a break to work on new music.
Review of Foster the People’s concert at the Knitting Factory, Sunday Sept. 3, 2017 in Spokane.
The electro-rock quartet will perform at the Knitting Factory on Sunday.
“Hot Thoughts” took Spoon back to Matador Records and producer/engineer Dave Fridmann.