Marty Stuart is the not-so-secret weapon of Chris Stapleton's All American Road Show

Marty Stuart is the not-so-secret weapon of Chris Stapleton's All American Road Show

Chris Stapleton is the big name on the ticket for the All American Road Show, and for good reason.

John Fogerty is coming to town, so we're picking our favorite Creedence Clearwater Revival songs

It's one of the great party conversation starters amongst music nerds: What band is America's equivalent to the Beatles?

Tobias and Chelsea Hendrickson hope to grow and diversify Spokane’s music scene, one synthesizer at a time

The process of learning modular synthesis is not unlike learning a language.

Incubus remains an impressive live band, and their music carries with it a wave of nostalgia

As we recently opined, all things '90s are back with a vengeance as America wallows in a bottomless pool of nostalgia.

With irresistible pop hooks and sugar-sweet melodies, the Posies are one of the great Pacific Northwest bands of the '90s

Have you ever heard a pop song that seems so perfectly calibrated, its harmonies so lush and its melody so catchy, that you find yourself listening to it over and over again because you can't get enough of it?

Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers reflects on his legacy and his current and former partners

A few years ago, Bill Medley confronted the near-impossible task of replacing his longtime singing partner Bobby Hatfield.

The Social Animals settle on a musical personality as its members spread across the country

The Social Animals came together through the convenience of proximity.

We pick acts from the '90s that should (and that shouldn't) get the nostalgia circuit treatment

Call it a nostalgia fetish.

Folk-rock quartet Motel Radio puts lyrics and vocal harmonies first

Eric Guidry has a long history of beating on stuff with sticks.

A rundown of (mostly) free, all-ages summer concert series highlighting local talent

We've been writing an awful lot about summer music festivals, and it seems like there are more now than ever. But a lot of those events — as great as they can be — are prohibitively expensive and miles away.

Spokane's newest record store Total Trash quietly opens its doors in Browne's Addition

As the flanged guitar of Ween's "Spinal Meningitis" blares over the speakers at Total Trash Records & Vintage, JJ Wandler and Travis Harris are busy installing a system of waist-high plywood bins.

For two nights, Volume, the Inlander's annual music festival, transformed downtown Spokane

Another Volume Music Festival is in the books, and it sure was a wild weekend.

A look ahead at summer music festivals, from Upstream to Bumbershoot

Maybe you've heard, but the Inlander's own Volume Music Festival is happening this weekend, with 80 or so acts performing in nine venues throughout downtown Spokane.

The Music Festival for All! Check out the Volume lineup and get tips on who to see

Every year, a couple thousand people pour into downtown Spokane for VOLUME, the Inlander's music festival that started in 2010.

Famous music parodist Weird Al returns to Spokane with a show for the die-hards

It was near the home stretch of his last international tour when "Weird Al" Yankovic wondered if he needed to change things up a bit.

Helio Sequence frontman Brandon Summers on creativity, philosophy and spirit animals

Within Portland's ever-evolving music scene, the Helio Sequence is a constant, comforting presence.


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