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Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Music of Beach Boys and Beatles at Centennial Hotel



The music of the Beach Boys and the Beatles is coming to the free outdoor concert series this week at the Centennial Hotel (formerly RL at the Park). The same band does both tributes. Friday, August 10 from, it's the High Tide Beach Boys Show, which has been performing at Disneyland for many years. Then on Saturday, August 11, it's 'Paperback Writer-The Beatles Experience' It's a complete Beatles show, with costume changes, from Ed Sullivan years to Sgt. Pepper. Both concerts run from 6-9pm.

A great big THANKS to Walt Worthy and staff at the Centennial Hotel for bringing this concert series back! Enjoy food and drink, table seating and dancing.


Eckart Preu headed to Portland, Maine Symphony for 2019-2020 season



The Portland Symphony Orchestra (in Portland, Maine) has announced that Eckart Preu is their new music director and conductor, starting with the 2019-20 season. Preu has been with the Spokane Symphony for 15 seasons. He will conduct the free Labor Day Weekend Concerts in the Park Saturday, September 1 at Liberty Lake's Pavillion Park, and Monday, September 3 at Comstock Park, as well as five of the ten classical concerts in the 2018-2019 season, which kicks off on September 8 and 9.

In addition to his Spokane and Portland positions, Eckart Preu is the music director of the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra in California, and music director of the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra in the summer.

For more information go to www.spokanesymphony.org.


New show at Art Spirit Gallery opens Friday



Catherine Earle, Cary Weigand and Kyle Paliotto are the featured artists this month at the Art Spirit Gallery at 415 Sherman in downtown Coeur d'Alene. There's an artists reception this Friday, August 10 from 5-8pm.

Go to theartspiritgallery.com for more information and to see the show online.


Yellow Submarine tonight at the Bing



Spokane Public Radio will host an exclusive showing of Yellow Submarine tonight, August 8 at the Bing Crosby Theatre. This special evening begins with a live taping of Movies 101 at 6:30pm before the film begins at 7:30pm.

Debuting in 1968, Yellow Submarine perfectly encapsulates the new art trends of the 60's. The fantastical animated tale overflows with peace, love, and hope, packed with Beatles songs such as 'All You Need is Love' and 'When I'm Sixty-Four.' The songs and score have been remixed in 5.1 stereo surround sound at Abbey Road Studios, and the artwork was cleaned up carefully by hand, frame-by-frame. You won't want to miss your chance to see it on the big screen!

Before the show, Dan Webster, Mary Pat Treuthart, and Nathan Weinbender will discuss the film as well as its influences and impacts in a live recording of Movies 101. Between the taping and the movie, 4000 Holes will have an amazing display of Yellow Submarine and Beatles memorabilia.

For more information, visit spokanepublicradio.org.


Festival at Sandpoint this week

The Festival at Sandpoint is in its second week, running through this Sunday, August 12 with Greensky Bluegrass performing on Thursday, Sublime with Rome on Friday, Gavin DeGraw and Phillip Phillips on Saturday, and the Spokane Symphony on Sunday.

Go to festivalatsandpoint.com for tickets and information.


Train pulls into Northern Quest Friday

Mainstream rock sensation Train, with multiple platinum albums and a couple of Grammys, takes the outdoor stage at Northern Quest this Friday, August 10 at 7:30pm.

Go to northernquest.com for more information and tickets.


'Creative Experiences' Exhibit Opens



'CX30: Creative Experiences, Thirty Collaborators' can be seen at the Terrain Gallery, 304 W Pacific, throughout the month of August. Gallery hours are Thursday-Saturday, 5-7pm.

Curated, designed, written and installed by CK Anderson, principal and creative director at helveticka, and his team, 'CX30' isn't your typical exhibit. While work from a few commercial visual artists is presented, the essence of the show is the personal stories provided by the participants themselves. "When we reached out to these 30 collaborators," says Anderson, "we asked each to tell a story - about themselves, about their careers, about the creative experience.

Among those represented in the exhibit are artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers - even a cartoonist. While the majority of them are from Spokane, some hail from as far away as Los Angeles and Minneapolis.


Music Without Borders Benefit Concert at Panida Theater



The Music Without Borders Benefit Concert, Friday, August 10 at 3pm, presents a festive matinee 'A Galactic Journey' presented by the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint's International Summer Youth Orchestra conducted by Dr. Philip Baldwin, joined on stage by guest singer-song writers Katelyn & Laurie Shook.

Get tickets online at panida.org, at the door or at Eve's Leaves, Evan's Brothers or Eichardt's in Sandpoint.

Alabama next Wednesday at Northern Quest



Alabama, with 75 million records sold world wide and an unbreaklable streak of 21 number one singles in a row comes to Northern Quest Wednesday, August 15 at 7:30pm, joined by special guest Temecula Road.

Go to northernquest.com for more information and tickets.

Punch Brothers play at the Bing next Wednesday



Punch Brothers with special guest Madison Cunningham are at the Bing Crosby Theater next Wednesday, August 15 at 8pm.

Ticketswest has your seats at www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.

Garland Street Fair this Saturday

The Garland Street Fair is this Saturday, August 11 from 10am-7pm and is a great way for the whole family to spend the day. There will be plenty of live music, great food, a car show and over 125 vendors, artists and artisans.

Admission is free but donations will be gladly accepted, with all proceeds going directly to the costs of the street fair. Visit garlandstreetfair.com for more information.

Kingston Trio just announced for Dec 4 at the Bing



I don't know if anyone else is as excited as I am about this show, but I am thrilled! OK, I know it's not the same three guys. Tim Gorelangton, Mike Marvin and Josh Reynolds now make up the Kingston Trio, (Josh is the son of original member Nick Reynolds). But it's their music, and I know all the words to all the songs. It's going to be at the Bing Crosby Theater Tuesday, December 4 at 8pm.

Ticketswest has your seats and I already have mine!


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