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Oprah is in – so is Northwest Passages: Jeanine Cummins (‘American Dirt’) headlines S-R book club on March 12 at the Bing

“American Dirt,” the novel by upcoming Northwest Passages Book Club author Jeanine Cummins, has received the stamp of approval from another book club – Oprah Winfrey’s coveted ranks.

Review: ‘Thank you for the gift of tonight,’ Wynonna says at the Bing Crosby Theater

Wynonna Judd is still only as standard as her fiery red hair. The dynamic country icon, now credited simply as Wynonna, played her first show of the new decade alongside …

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 16, 2020

A big noise: ‘No matter what I’m going to do, I’ll never be a conventional artist,’ Wynonna says

Larger than life figures in the entertainment industry are in short supply these days, and many of those figures who breathe rarified air, such as Bono, Cher and Madonna, possess …

UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 16, 2019

The Tenors are bringing ‘Wonder of Christmas’ tour to the Bing on Nov. 30

Canadian vocal group the Tenors – Clifton Murray, Fraser Walters and Victor Micallef – are bringing their award-winning harmonies, charisma and showmanship – with a holiday twist – to the …

Arlo Guthrie celebrates 50th anniversary of ‘Alice’s Restaurant’ at Bing Crosby Theater

The song, a rambling, satirical protest against the Vietnam War draft, clocks in at 18 minutes.

‘Roads Less Travelled’ brings former Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre to the Bing

“Roads Less Travelled” is Barre’s eighth solo release.

UPDATED: Mon., Dec. 24, 2018

Update: ‘The Voice’ finalist Kirk Jay’s April concerts in Spokane canceled

The singer, joined by his band Kuntry Funk, was set to perform April 12-13.

Trumpeter Keith LaMotte says goodbye to Spokane Jazz Orchestra after 43 years

LaMotte will perform his final show with the orchestra on Saturday.

Film festival highlights Bing Crosby’s friendship with Louis Armstrong, WWII service

The festival will screen the 1936 film “Pennies from Heaven” for the first time.

UPDATED: Wed., Dec. 5, 2018

New generation of Kingston Trio brings classic folk tunes to the Bing

The trio released its latest album, “Bloodlines Hold the Key,” in 2017.

Juggler Gregory Popovich, talented troupe of pets return to Bing Crosby Theater

For 26 years, Popovich has trained dogs, cats, mice, birds and other pets, all rescued from animal shelters, to perform tricks like as part of the Popovich Comedy Pet Theater.

Live, studio recordings drive Chris Robinson Brotherhood

Chris Robinson Brotherhood will headline the Bing Crosby Theater on Tuesday.

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 25, 2018

Baking up laughs: Tom Papa brings his styling to the Bing Crosby Theater

Comedian Tom Papa brings his life and travel themed comedy hour to the Bing Crosby Theater this weekend.

Musician Henry Rollins makes sharing vacation photos fun again

During this tour, Rollins will share photos and stories from his travels to countries including Tibet, Mongolia and Vietnam.

Simon and Garfunkel jukebox musical coming to the Bing

The musical features everything from “Hey Schoolgirl” to “Mrs. Robinson.”

Gregory Alan Isakov turns late-night writing sessions into ‘Evening Machines’

Isakov will play the Bing Crosby Theater in advanced of the album, due Oct. 5.

Toad the Wet Sprocket guitarist Todd Nichols stays busy on and off the road

Toad the Wet Sprocket dominated alt-rock airwaves in the ’90s with “All I Want,” “Something’s Always Wrong,” “Walk on the Ocean,” “Fall Down” and “Good Intentions.”

Comedian/actor David Cross works fan feedback into new set

The “Arrested Development” actor will perform Monday at the Bing Crosby Theater.

Steve Earle and the Dukes to play the Bing Crosby Theater in October

Tickets for the Oct. 1 show go on sale Friday.

Pop singer David Archuleta returns to Spokane with ‘Postcards in the Sky’

The “American Idol” runner up will perform at the Bing Crosby Theater on Tuesday.

Coming to Spokane: ‘Office’ scene-stealer Creed Bratton

Now, with his “Office” days behind him, Bratton tours the country, bringing a blend of comedy and music to audiences everywhere. He’ll land at the Bing in Spokane in July. …

Kathleen Madigan’s ‘Boxed Wine and Bigfoot’ a perfect pairing for Washington audiences

“Bothering Jesus” was released on Netflix in 2016 and as an album earlier this year.

Regional writers explore ‘Towers and Dungeons’ in ‘Lilac City Fairy Tales’

The fourth “Lilac City Fairy Tales,” a benefit for Spark Central, will be Wednesday at the Bing Crosby Theater.

The Lists: Concert Venues

Here’s a list of a few venues doing their part to keep the music scene in Spokane alive.

Singer Julia Keefe performs with Spokane Jazz Orchestra during homecoming show

Keefe has spent the past few months in graduate school at the Manhattan School of Music.

Jonny Lang concert postponed until April 10 because of illness

Tickets to the Nov. 27 show will be honored at the rescheduled date.

World-renowned juggler Gregory Popovich brings troupe of talented pets to Spokane

The Popovich Comedy Pet Theater stops by the Bing Crosby Theater on its 25th anniversary tour on Wednesday.

Singer-songwriter duo Casey Kelly, Leslie Ellis to share songs, stories during Spokane show

The pair’s debut album, “The Long Road to You,” features reinvented versions of songs from both musicians’ careers.

Children’s Film Festival Seattle brings international experience to Spokane

The touring version of the festival features 16 shorts from a variety of countries and in a variety of languages.

UPDATED: Thu., June 8, 2017

A reinvigorated David Archuleta brings new music to the Bing Crosby Theater

After a two-year mission in Chile, a reinvigorated David Archuleta is back with new music.