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UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 12, 2019

Andy Grammer brings his positivity to the Knitting Factory

Andy Grammer has earned a reputation since arriving on the music scene in 2011 for being Mr. Positive, an artist who consistently builds optimism and sometimes downright happiness into his …

Q&A: The Glitch Mob talks ‘See Without Eyes’, the Blade 2.0 and a new virtual reality experience

The Glitch Mob performs at the Knitting Factory tonight.

The Lists: Concert Venues

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

Spokane music venue punished following shootings

Owners of the Knitting Factory said they are working with police to fight gang violence in the wake of two shootings Monday. The gunfire prompted Spokane police Chief Frank Straub …

Fine-tuning life’s playlist

In 18 years as a journalist, I’ve interviewed senators and CEOs, even got a statement from the president. But I’m as nervous as Chris Farley’s star-struck teenage talk show host …

Nugent’s ‘American Dream cocktail’ lands in Spokane

Ted Nugent has many names: The Nuge, Motor City Madman, Ted the Sledge, for a few. But no matter what you call the gregarious and outrageous musician, he’s still got …

Secondhand Serenade’s new album even more personal

As Secondhand Serenade, John Vesely has been highly regarded for his introspective lyrics and deeply personal subject matter. But on his new album, “Here Me Now,” Vesely delves deeper into …