Stephen McBean is not an old man, but he's also not at an age when people typically learn how to drive a car.
I underestimated Rick Springfield. The guy was an omnipresent force on the radio and MTV during the formative years of my music fandom in the '80s, and I still walked into his packed show Tuesday night at Northern Quest Resort & Casino with not-sky-high expectations.
Merely glancing at the 2019 lineup for Boise's Treefort Music Fest can be overwhelming.
There aren't a lot of graceful ways to step back from massive success in the music business.
As origin stories go, King Buffalo's is... atypical.
The first thing — and sometimes, the best thing — many bands do is pick a name.
You might recall last summer when a visiting punk band, D.O.A., had their backdrop stolen when their van was broken into after stopping in Spokane. We’re happy to report that, eight months later, the backdrop has been returned.
The First Interstate Center for the Arts recently added two big concerts to its upcoming roster — the Australian Pink Floyd Show, a tribute to the legendary art-rock band, on Sept. 12, and Grammy-winning jazz singer Diana Krall on Sept. 16. The Australian Pink Floyd Show is known for its onstage spectacle, with an elaborate show that touches on every era in the namesake group's storied career: You get giant pig balloons, psychedelic prisms and walls with many, many bricks. They performed last summer at Northern Quest, so if you missed that show, don't sit out on this one. Tickets are now on sale and start at $39.50.
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