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Sheryl Stone winced when she gazed at the capacity crowd cramming the Knitting Factory for a sold-out Alter Bridge show in late February. "I looked at this sea of people in the audience, and I just knew that these people were super-spreaders," Stone said.
Spokane event venues were awash in red light Tuesday as part of a nationwide campaign to call on Congress to provide a lifeline to a live events industry that has been decimated by COVID-19.
The energy was palpable halfway through Cool Nutz’s set March 7 at the Knitting Factory. The veteran rapper from Portland kicked off his tour showcasing tracks from his latest album, “Father of Max,” which dropped in February.
Local live music venues Lucky You Lounge and the Knitting Factory have joined a new coalition of independent concert venues from across the country seeking further assistance from the federal government
Autonomy is as important as a big hook to Aaron Watson. The prolific country singer-songwriter, who typically releases an album every other year, has his own record company, Big Label.
“Are you ready to rise, Spokane?” Spokane native and Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy asked from stage right at Knitting Factory on Thursday night, incorporating the rock band’s hit “Rise Today” into his question.
Much like Bruce Springsteen, singer-songwriter Myles Kennedy could have left his home base for industry towns such as Los Angeles or New York. However, the Alter Bridge frontman, who gre remains in Spokane.
Excuse Stanley Howse if he ever thought that “The Last O.G.,” Tracy Morgan’s sitcom vehicle, was a documentary. The show is about an ex-con who is released from jail after 15 years and discovers the world has morphed considerably.
Electronic dance music DJ and producer Jauz, who has headlined the nightclubs Hakkasan at MGM Grand and new-and-now-closed Kaos at Palms Casino Resort in the Entertainment Capital of the World, brought his EDM skills and showmanship to Knitting Factory on Tuesday night.
When industrial metal staples Static-X brought its signature “evil disco” sound to the Knitting Factory for the first time since 2012 on Thursday night, the Spokane audience refused to miss a beat.
Hellyeah’s performance at the Knitting Factory on Wednesday night featured all of the melodic brutality that established the Dallas-born thrashers as metal mainstays, but, beyond that, the show also was just as much about celebrating the living as honoring the departed.
Industrial metal standouts Static-X are bringing their pulsing catalog of techno-tinged aggression to the Knitting Factory on Thursday in the second leg of their world tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their platinum-selling 1999 debut album “Wisconsin Death Trip.”
Tickets are $25-$27 and on sale at 10 a.m. Friday through Ticketweb.
As promised in an interview in Seven on Friday, New Jersey-born singer-songwriter Pete Yorn kept his solo, acoustic “You & Me” tour stop simple and intimate at Knitting Factory on Friday evening.
New Jersey native Pete Yorn, who now resides in California and has embarked on his “An Evening With Pete Yorn: You & Me Solo Acoustic Tour,” stops at Knitting Factory on Friday night and talked over the phone Sept. 26 about his new album “Caretakers,” music collaboration and labels, Scarlett Johansson, post-tour plans and more.
Andy Grammer has earned a reputation since arriving on the music scene in 2011 for being Mr. Positive, an artist who consistently builds optimism and sometimes downright happiness into his songs.
Bobby Risenhooven, 51, also known as Bobby Risenhoover, of Cheney is charged with two counts of first-degree malicious mischief for the damage to the police vehicles and one count of second-degree malicious mischief for for the damage to the Knitting Factory door.
The band – Mike Eli, Jon Jones, Chris Thompson and James Young – released “This Is Eli Young Band: Greatest Hits” in March.
Tickets are $27.50 in advance and $30 the day of the show and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $22 the day of the show and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through TicketWeb.