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UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 11, 2019, 5:56 p.m.

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 …


‘Chasing the muse’: Krist Novoselic and Giants in the Trees are at the Bartlett on Wednesday

Giants in the Trees is certainly more low-key. They play small clubs – places like the Big Dipper, where they stopped in 2017, and the Bartlett, where they’ll play in …


Trego frontman Matt Mitchell to celebrate debut solo EP with Bartlett show on Saturday

Matt Mitchell will co-headline the show with Bart Budwig, who produced the EP.


Folk trio Honeysuckle road tested personal songs before recording ‘Fire Starter’

“Fire Starter” brings the band, which last year won the Boston Music Award for best folk artist, to the Bartlett on Wednesday.


Following a new musical interest brought Cayucas to ‘Real Life’

The album, which was released in April, deals with the idea of nostalgia, and brings brothers Zach and Ben Yudin to the Bartlett on Sunday.


Q&A: John Paul White is proud of making fans cry with ‘The Hurting Kind’

John Paul White, formerly of the Civil Wars, headlines the Bartlett on Thursday.


UPDATED: Thu., May 23, 2019, 4 p.m.

Bartlett owners Karli and Caleb Ingersoll make another splash with Lucky You Lounge

The couple’s second venue opened in May and also features a restaurant and bar.


UPDATED: Tue., May 21, 2019, 10:47 a.m.

Portland’s Ages and Ages to headline the Bartlett in support of ‘Me You They We’

The album, the band’s fourth, was released in April.


Balancing a busy schedule, Karli Ingersoll releases ‘Great Prize,’ her debut LP as Windoe

Karli Ingersoll will celebrate her debut full-length as Windoe, “Great Prize,” with a concert at the Bartlett on Friday.


UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 20, 2019, 12:21 p.m.

Portland-based singer John Craigie brings collection of ‘homeless songs’ to the Bartlett

Craigie, who played the Bartlett in March 2018, will bring “Scarecrow” to the Bartlett on Feb. 27.


The Whigs’ Parker Gispert’s solo debut brings him to the Bartlett

Gispert released “Sunlight Tonight” in November.


Nominees announced for fourth annual Bartlett Awards

The Bartlett Awards will be held Jan. 19 and will feature performances by nominees Von the Baptist, Gabriella Rose and CATE. The awards are free to attend.


Canadian country singer Corb Lund feels at home in western U.S.

Lund and his band the Hurtin’ Albertans will perform a sold-out show at the Bartlett on Friday as part of the “No Rest for the West” tour.


The Bartlett celebrates five years with trio of anniversary shows

Joseph, Noah Gundersen, Water Monster and T.S. the Solution will perform Jan. 16 through Jan. 18.


Spokane’s Dr. Bob Riggs to celebrate debut album with Bartlett show

“Cairns,” which was released on streaming platforms in November, features a mix of originals, traditional folk songs and covers.


Ring in 2019 on a musical note with these New Year’s Eve concerts

Stop by the Observatory, the House of Soul Omega or the Bartlett for a musical start to 2019.


The Posies’ Auer, Stringfellow returning to the Bartlett

The duo will perform on Jan. 26. Tickets are on sale now.


Joseph, Noah Gunderson to headline Bartlett anniversary concerts

Tickets are $25 for each show and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.


Joel Ansett returns to his hometown for show at the Bartlett

The folk-R&B singer released “The Living Room” EP and, after relocating to Denver in 2014, a full-length album called “The Nature of Us.”


Spokane Zine Fest honors small but mighty medium

The second annual Zine Fest brings 20 artists to the Bartlett on Saturday.


Silver anniversary brings Carbon Leaf to the Bartlett

The rootsy, Celtic-infused rock quintet is celebrating with a new album.


Seattle’s Kinski returns to Spokane with two new projects

The band’s debut album is being reissued before the October release of its new album.


El Ten Eleven’s ‘Banker’s Hill’ explores ‘challenge of living in the moment’

The band headlines the Bartlett on Saturday.


Planes on Paper, proudly from Yakima, bring ‘Edge Markings’ to the Bartlett

Jen Borst and Navid Eliot released “Edge Markings” in June.


Spokane’s Water Monster releases debut album

Water Monster, aka Max Harnishfeger, will perform at the Bartlett on Saturday.


Seattle punk trio Wimps highlights universal experiences on ‘Garbage People’

The band will headline the Bartlett on Friday.


Sarah Shook and the Disarmers get real on ‘Years’

Sarah Shook and the Disarmers plays the Bartlett on July 26.


Liz Cooper and the Stampede celebrate girl power in ‘Hey Man’ video

Liz Cooper and the Stampede’s debut album “Window Flowers” will be released in August.


Angelo de Augustine headlines Sunday matinee show at the Bartlett

Portland’s Blitzen Trapper will perform Sunday at 8 p.m.


The Posies are still rocking 30 years later

In 1993, Whitney Houston ruled the pop charts. The late diva’s iconic recording of Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You” was the year’s No. 1 song. It was also …