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Sunday, September 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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From the high seas to Jackson Street: Duo marks their return to Spokane after a whirl around the world

Musicians Laurel and Dave Doucet have returned to Spokane after over six years playing on cruise ships and visiting tourist destinations overseas.


Clark: Musicians Legacy & Legends Project sounds pretty sweet

The Musicians Legacy & Legends Project. That’s the name a handful of local musicians put on a simple idea that is also noble and long overdue.


Greg Presley’s piano talents open doors to far-flung career

Despite an engaging smile and quick, self-effacing wit, Greg Presley was, by his own account, a shy youngster. So when he was invited to an all-city banquet honoring high-school scholars, …


Lind sees connections among us

On singer/songwriter Dirk Lind’s Facebook page, he has two small sentences under the “about” heading that read “I eat life and poop music. True story.” That is Lind in a …


‘Nutcracker’ will use recorded music if labor talks fail

Spokane Symphony management and musicians are returning to the bargaining table this week in an effort to reach a contract agreement before “The Nutcracker” ballet begins. If the dispute isn’t …


Symphony musicians strike after talks fail

The show won’t go on – at least not tonight. Musicians in the Spokane Symphony Orchestra are going on strike amid an ongoing contract dispute.


Fifteen set to vie for ‘Got Talent Spokane?’ crown

Fifteen performers will compete in the final round of “Got Talent Spokane?” on Saturday at the Bing Crosby Theater. Those who made the cut through recent auditions include 10 singers/musicians, …


School for bands spurs musicians

Kent Nelson believes music is meant to be shared. Whether that’s loud, soft, slow or speedy he leaves to his students. At CDA Rock School in the Guitar Stop in …


Singer gives of herself through songs

Perched on a stool, Cheryl Branz strums her guitar, clearly meeting the notes in song. Her original songs easily touch the nerves of her audience as she sings about the …