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Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2012
Started by BethAnn Long Nov 28, 2012.
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Started by Kim Brown. Last reply by Kim Brown Apr 12, 2012.
To the nightlife community:
As part of my hobby of producing music concerts in Spokane, my nonprofit organization is hosting two concerts this Friday night, July 1 at Aclub in downtown Spokane (416 W. Sprague - upstairs). So, if you are not heading out of town, you might want to check these out:
1. Solid State Records Tour featuring Atlanta's BECOMING THE ARCHETYPE, Cleveland's INHALE EXHALE, and North Carolina's TO SPEAK OF WOLVES. This is an early (6 PM start) all ages show featuring technical metalcore bands - yes, not everyone's cup of tea, but featuring bands that are very accomplished in that genre. Tickets are $10 in advance and $13 at the door.
2. A late (10 PM) 21+ show featuring a band from France, DINNER AT THE THOMPSON'S, which features a female jazz singer (Lucille Tee) and a male multi-instrumentalist (Fablive), who writes material in a hip hop vein, resulting in some songs that are old-fashioned smoky jazz, and some that are contemporary jazz/hip hop fusion. This show is just $5 at the door.
More information about these shows can be found at http://www.facebook.com/rsnspokane
Thanks for reading. Enjoy your Fourth of July holiday.
Thanks for posting the band on SpokaneNightOut.com. Will help promote your show this weekend!
Car d'Lane is this weekend. Who is coming downtown Cda to watch the parade of classic cars? Now it just needs to be 1972 or earlier to be "classic". Guess that makes ME classic! :)
Hereare some details on the weekend activities.
Support live cabaret in Spokane.
Live Cabaret Night with Abby Crawford.
Saturday June 11th 7pm.
Fundraiser for Kinderchoir. Silent auction. Scotch Bar.
St. Stephen's Church 57th and Perry.
Tickets $25 or $250 table of 10.
Call Sharon Smith 509-714-0555 for advance purchase or at the door (space available)
The Vagabonds do Nectar Tasting Room. Come in for a sip, stay for the whole bottle. Saturday, May 7, 2011, 6:30P to 9:30P. Stevens and Main, Spokane, Washington. (120 North Stevens Street). This will be a great time of music, and wine. Nectar offers dozens of tasty wines as well delicious meat and cheese plates. Come on down! We would love to see you!
Please come join The Vagabonds Traveling Show this Thursday night at UGLY BETTIE'S for a night of music and mayhem! (211 North Division)
The Vagabonds are:
Deanne Darlene (vocals, mandolin, fiddle & washboard), LeAnn Cooley (vocals, guitar, bass & garbage can), and the super handsome and multi-talented Steve Schennum (vocals, guitar, banjo & harmonica).
Show starts at 9:00 pm and Tommy G has lined up some wonderful musicians to kick things off. After The Vagabonds set, Tommy G will perform a few acoustic-pop favorites and then EVERYONE jams together to close out the show. Be prepared to get home L-A-T-E.
Any questions????? Contact LeAnn Cooley at email@example.com
"Outlandish Attire" Encouraged!!!!!
Hey Music and Nightlifers --
A quick question for you: Your Spokane Public Library is considering purchasing a subscription to a downloadable music service called Freegal (rhymes with legal because it's, well, free and legal). For a flat yearly fee that the library would pick up, city library card holders would be able to access the entire current and historical Sony music catalog (500,000+ tracks, 50+ labels). With a city resident library card and an Internet connection you'd be able to download three mp3 tracks per week per library card. That means that if you have four people in your household and each of you have a library card then you'd be looking at 12 tracks per week -- totally free to you. You could then put the tracks on your iPod, burn 'em to a CD, what have you. Also, you wouldn't have to worry about the Recording Industry Association's lawyers knocking on your door to let you know you are being sued for illegally downloading music. Freegal is legal and there would be a payment agreement in place between Freegal, the library, Sony, and the represented artists. So yes, the musicians do get paid!
What would the content look like, you ask? You would get current chart toppers like Billy Joel, Adele, Mumford & Sons, The Avett Brothers, Chris Brown, etc., as well as historical heavyweights like Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Pearl Jam, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, etc. Whoever Sony represents, you'd have access to it.
But here's the deal: before we spring for this (it is a pretty expensive subscription) we want to test the waters and see if this is something that would have broad appeal. Is this something that you'd use?
To keep inbox clutter to a minimum, if you would put your responses and/or questions up in the "Discussion Forum" titled "Freegal" that would help keep all of our inboxes nice and tidy.
Thanks in advance for any thoughts you might want to share!
Looking for something to do tonight?
Spokane: Feeling the need to sing? Karaoke tonight at The Black Diamond. 9 PM - 1 AM. Great food, full bar, pool tables, microphones and thousands of songs! Great karaoke host too. SpokaneNightOut.com
More on our calendar..
Coeur d' Alene? Wednesday is Ladies Night at Barrel Room No. 6. Ladies Night this week features Feldt's Glass: handmade jewelry, beads and sculpture created by local artist Londa Tanner. Steven Harris of NW Skyes will be on site playing his unique blend of original acoustic music and popular hits. And you can build your own wine flight!
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