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Shannon Welles was prescient when her peers were foolishly optimistic weeks after the pandemic crushed the live music industry in March. "I believe we will have things figured out in about a week," singer-songwriter Cherie Currie told The Spokesman-Review in April. "There will be a plan by then."
Audiences aren't yet welcome back at Lucky You Lounge in Browne's Addition, but owners Karli and Caleb Ingersoll have figured out a way to bring live music back to the venue. On Tuesday, the pair announced the lineup for the fall series of Live at Lucky You.
In years past, the Spokane Arts’ annual awards parties celebrating local artists and cultural organizations have often been raucous affairs. Artists and audiences have shown up with loud costumes, strong cocktails and questionable dance moves. (This is what I’ve been told, anyway.)
Spokane Arts announced Thursday the nominees for the 2020 Spokane Arts Awards, as well as the names of those performing during the live virtual event. The award ceremony, planned for Sept. 26, will be livestreamed from Lucky You Lounge and feature a variety of performances and the presentation of the awards.
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
David Lowery, whose influential work with Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker defined the alternative sound of the 1990s, is bringing both of his groups to Lucky You Lounge with support from local rock combo Buffalo Jones on Sunday evening.
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.
The band will headline Lucky You Lounge on Friday.
Refunds for the show, which was scheduled for tonight, are available at the point of purchase.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $22 the day of the show and are on sale now through www.ticketweb.com, sp.knittingfactory.com or (866) 468-7623.
The couple’s second venue opened in May and also features a restaurant and bar.
Tickets for all five shows go on sale Friday and will be available through Ticketweb, by calling (866) 468-7623 or at sp.knittingfactory.com.