Friday, August 31, 2012


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Warren G’s debut album, Regulate…G Funk Era, sold more than three million copies and scored him a Grammy nomination in 1995 for its first track, “Regulate,” which he produced and performed with his musical cohort, Nate Dogg. Some people say that "Regulate" was a song that Def Jam Records, and had a massive influence on West Coast hip-hop. Read our story about the song here, and check out Warren G tonight in Moscow at John's Alley. (21)

Gleason Gras! featuring Hey! is for Horses, Luke Pate, Mishap, Blake Noble, Left Hand Smoke goes down tonight (and tomorrow — see below). Check out our story on hometown hero Steve Gleason and his battle with ALS here, and check out the show at the Saranac Public House, and surrounding stages, tonight. (All ages — check out


Baby Bar : Mythship and BBBBandits (21)

The Belltower : Emily Wells and Edmund Wayne (All ages)

A Club : Dig It! feat. Jacob Butcher, Pipedream, Fox Boy and Ghost Girl, Mirror Mirror (All-ages)

Pigout in the Park: Nude Pop, Silver Treason, the Verve Pipe and others (All-ages)

Ugly Bettie's: Benefit for the Village Experience feat. the Flying Spiders, Jesi B. and the All Rites, Bandit Train, Octoninjitsu, Team Growl, Sales Wagon (21)

Kootenai County Fairgrounds: CdA Music Fest featuring Eric Hutchinson and more (All-ages)


Gleason Gras! continues at the Bing Crosby Theater with performances by Old Bear Mountain, Hey Marseilles and Emily Wells. (All-ages)


Knitting Factory: Tyrone Wells, Brett Hite, Tommy Simmons (All-ages)

Mootsy's: Losing Skin, Night Nurse, The Drip (21)

Pigout in the Park: The Verve Pipe, Too Slim and the Taildraggers, Terrible Buttons, Folk Inception, the Yardbirds and more (All-ages)

Kootenai County Fairgrounds: CdA Music Fest featuring Vertical Horizon, Flying Mammals and more (All-ages)


INB Performing Arts Center: Bonnie Raitt, Mavis Staples

Pigout in the Park: Fishbone, Civilized Animal, Jr Cadillac and more

Kootenai County Fairgrounds: CdA Music Fest featuring Terrible Buttons, Wolves in the Woods, Monarch Mountain and more. 

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Michael Bowen is a former senior writer for The Inlander and a respected local theater critic. He also covers literature, jazz and classical music, and art, among other things.