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Myles Kennedy is more than a solo artist

After gigging around the Pacific Northwest for much of the early 1990s, Myles Kennedy formed the Mayfield Four with three friends, guitarist Craig Johnson, bassist Marty Meisner and drummer Zia Uddin.

For Spokane recording artists, a new year with fresh possibilities and releases

Working on new material is the response most recording artists had when asked what they were doing during chats in 2020. Since the novel coronavirus derailed the live music industry in mid-March, it made sense that musicians created while on performance hiatus. Expect quite a bit of music to see the light of day in 2021 created by musicians from Spokane.

Kennedy, hometown crowd enjoy walk down memory lane

When he spoke to The Spokesman-Review in December in advance of Alter Bridge’s sold-out show at the Knitting Factory, singer/guitarist Myles Kennedy expressed awe at the path his life had taken. “There is not a day that goes by where I don’t realize that after doing this for a few decades that I still get to do this,” he said. “It’s a wonderful thing so I don’t take it for granted.”

For Kennedy, there’s no place like home

It’s a Monday afternoon, and Myles Kennedy is in a hotel room in San Francisco. Or, at least, he thinks he’s in San Francisco. “I don’t know where I am half the time,” he said with a laugh. And no wonder: Kennedy, a Spokane native, has been busy on tour opening for Aerosmith with Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash, and as soon as he has a break from that, he’ll be hitting the road again with his band Alter Bridge. He still lives in Spokane, but he’s rarely home these days, and he hasn’t played a major local show since Alter Bridge passed through here in 2010.

For Kennedy, there’s no place like home

It’s a Monday afternoon, and Myles Kennedy is in a hotel room in San Francisco. Or, at least, he thinks he’s in San Francisco. “I don’t know where I am half the time,” he said with a laugh. And no wonder: Kennedy, a Spokane native, has been busy on tour opening for Aerosmith with Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver guitarist Slash, and as soon as he has a break from that, he’ll be hitting the road again with his band Alter Bridge. He still lives in Spokane, but he’s rarely home these days, and he hasn’t played a major local show since Alter Bridge passed through here in 2010.

People: New SyFy series on the lookout for local zombies

(Posted Wednesday) Zombies are coming to Spokane. A new SyFy network series, “Z Nation,” will begin filming in and around Spokane about May 1, and the Big Fish NW Talent agency is on the lookout for extras. Lots of extras. Some of whom will be asked to play zombies.

New SyFy series on the lookout for local zombies

(Posted Wednesday) Zombies are coming to Spokane. A new SyFy network series, “Z Nation,” will begin filming in and around Spokane about May 1, and the Big Fish NW Talent agency is on the lookout for extras. Lots of extras. Some of whom will be asked to play zombies.