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Beyonce, Streisand to headline Harvey relief telethon

Sept. 12 event will benefit several organizations, including United Way of Greater Houston, Habitat for Humanity, Save the Children, Direct Relief, Feeding Texas and The Mayor’s Fund for Hurricane Harvey Relief.

Black Eyed Peas, Robbie Williams added to Manchester concert

Live Nation said Thursday that girl group Little Mix has also been added to the show being held in honor of the Manchester bombing that took place at Grande’s concert in the city last week. Twenty-two people died at the show.

UK police release three bomb suspects; Grande to play concert

British police say three of the 14 people arrested over the Manchester arena suicide bombing have been released without charge, and the investigation so far has found bomber Salman Abedi acted largely alone as he assembled his deadly device.

A-list pop stars join Ariana Grande’s Manchester benefit concert

The “One Love Manchester” show will feature Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan and Pharrell Williams in addition to Grande, and will be held at the city’s Old Trafford cricket ground, publicists told the Associated Press on Tuesday.

Rockers unite for friend in need

Glenn Symmonds, 58, grew up in Spokane. He loved music and was a member of the West Valley High School band and the Percussion-Nauts, a local drum corps. “I marched in the Lilac Parade every year,” he said.

Rockers unite for friend in need

Glenn Symmonds, 58, grew up in Spokane. He loved music and was a member of the West Valley High School band and the Percussion-Nauts, a local drum corps. “I marched in the Lilac Parade every year,” he said.

Local bands gather for annual Concert for Isaac

Now in its third year, the Concert for Isaac was designed as a way to help support children with autism. But for the first time, the event will include a performance by a child with autism, 11-year-old Elijah Friese.

Guitarist plays to benefit children in Ghana

When Enrique Henao returns to Spokane on Feb. 18 to play for the Children of Northwest Ghana Benefit Concert, it will be a homecoming of sorts. Though born in Colombia, Henao graduated from University High School in 1970. While he currently resides in Edmonds, Wash., he recently attended his 40th class reunion, and said, “Spokane is my second home.”