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After six years, the Bartlett says ‘Farewell’

Farewell to the Bartlett, on Friday, features Miles Martin, Bristol, Cate, Bandit Train, Scott Ryan, the Holy Broke, Jenny Anne Mannan, Cedar and Boyer, Chris Molitor, Bob Riggs, Windoe, Blake Braley, Sisters, Cathedral Pearls, Little Wins, Dead Serious Lovers, T.S the Solution and more.

Downtown music venue the Bartlett to close Nov. 8

The Bartlett, a downtown staple for local, regional and national musicians since it opened six years ago, will host its last show Nov. 8. Co-owners Caleb and Karli Ingersoll announced the news in a Facebook post.

Collect Sessions help local musicians realize vision

When you’re a musician, your image can be just as integral to your success as your sound. Music videos are, of course, a perfect way to document both, and they’re still as popular as they were the year MTV launched. In fact, a music video’s YouTube hits are now factored in a song’s standings on the Billboard charts. But according to Bartlett co-owner Karli Ingersoll, few local artists are putting out their own promotional videos.

Collect Sessions help local musicians realize vision

When you’re a musician, your image can be just as integral to your success as your sound. Music videos are, of course, a perfect way to document both, and they’re still as popular as they were the year MTV launched. In fact, a music video’s YouTube hits are now factored in a song’s standings on the Billboard charts. But according to Bartlett co-owner Karli Ingersoll, few local artists are putting out their own promotional videos.

Bartlett expands circle of artists with the Round

One night a month, the Bartlett transforms into a hybrid rock venue, coffee house and art gallery for an ongoing series of concerts known as the Round. Started in Seattle in 2005, the Round is a regularly occurring multimedia presentation combining live music, performance art and spoken word. The Round has been adopted by several venues over the years – there are Rounds in Tacoma, Portland and Austin – and the Bartlett began its own version of the format last year. Bartlett owner Karli Ingersoll worked with local writer and poet Mark Anderson, both of whom had participated in the Round in Seattle, to get it started, and the idea was to get musicians and poets in the same room.

10-month-old Bartlett boldly launches festival venture

It seems like it was just yesterday that the Bartlett was struggling to open its doors. Back in November, building code issues and construction snafus forced the all-ages music venue to cancel a major grand opening event, and a number of their first scheduled shows had to be relocated next door to nYne Bar and Bistro. Ten months later, the Bartlett is going strong. It’s as if that series of delays never happened.

10-month-old Bartlett boldly launches festival venture

It seems like it was just yesterday that the Bartlett was struggling to open its doors. Back in November, building code issues and construction snafus forced the all-ages music venue to cancel a major grand opening event, and a number of their first scheduled shows had to be relocated next door to nYne Bar and Bistro. Ten months later, the Bartlett is going strong. It’s as if that series of delays never happened.

A dream-building venture

You’ve seen it in countless movies: A small town idealist with grand aspirations gets off a bus in L.A. or New York City. They set their bags on the ground and look up at the city lights with stars in their eyes. Now they’re in the big city, and their dreams are about to come true. They’ve finally made it. So maybe that doesn’t happen as often as Hollywood would lead you to believe, but it certainly never happens in Spokane. “It’s not a dreamer city,” said local musician and business owner Karli Ingersoll. “People don’t settle here to accomplish major things, especially in the arts scene.”