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‘American Idol’ auditions coming to Spokane on Sept. 8

Are you the next Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Chris Daughtry or Adam Lambert? Now’s your chance as “American Idol” open-call auditions stop in Spokane at the Davenport Grand Hotel, 333 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., on Sunday, Sept. 8.

Review: Carrie Underwood’s Cry Pretty Tour 360 celebrates women of the past and present

In a 360 of her career as one of the most successful “American Idol” champions, Carrie Underwood brought her Cry Pretty Tour 360 to Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena on Wednesday night, and the overall theme of the evening was a celebration of women, including the headliner herself who has become a role model and idol since her victory in 2005.

No ‘American Idol’: Spokane singer Kaylee Goins had the golden ticket in her hand. What she did next will shock you.

As the time approached to join the ABC show in California, Goins felt herself feeling unsure. Plus, she was feeling the pull of something else, something 2,000 miles away. In the end and at the last minute, Goins called “American Idol” and said thanks but no thanks. Then she followed heart to Austin, Texas, to pursue music on her own terms. And to pursue love.

Around the remote: ‘American Idol’ hopes to hit high notes

Less than two years after its swan song, the show that gave us Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson ... and, yes, William Hung, is back on a new network, with a new set of judges. But can it hit the Nielsen high notes again?

‘American Idol’ winner plans concert at prison where ‘Shawshank Redemption’ was filmed

“American Idol” Season 9 winner Lee DeWyze performed “Paranoia” in the prison’s chapel for a Facebook Live session in April. He liked the acoustics so much that he is coming back for a concert. On Aug. 27, the reformatory will host “Lee DeWyze Live from Shawshank,” an all-acoustic set from the enormous chapel, peeling plaster, cracked walls and all.