Tagged: live music

Bandwagon: Down North, July 19, The Hive

Names like James Brown, Sam Cooke and Prince come up when people talk about Down North. The Seattle-based four-piece, fronted by Anthony Briscoe, inhabits elements of all three iconic artists …

Bandwagon: Tony Furtado, July 19, Di Luna’s

Tony Furtado’s meticulous, high-speed banjo and guitar work immediately evokes images of rolling through a red-clay country landscape somewhere in the South, but he’s 100% a Westerner: born and raised …

Dock rock

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Of all the early-2000s country music hits, nothing serves as a better soundtrack to summer days on Lake Pend Oreille than Craig Morgan’s “Redneck Yacht …

Sandpoint Summer Series: Lilla

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Some of Lilla’s earliest memories are of writing songs. 

The self-taught pianist and Portland-based R&B artist said she can’t remember a time she didn’t love …

Chorale and Orchestra to hold spring concerts

By Kathleen Eldred
Reader Contributor

The Members of the Pend Oreille Chorale and Orchestra are hard at work rehearsing for their upcoming Spring Concerts 2019, and are still performing uplifting …

Kaylee Cole: A musician and more

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Rarely is an artist’s origin story as unforgettable as Kaylee Cole’s.

The Seattle-based singer-songwriter experienced a brutal car wreck in college. As Jeff Buckley’s “Hallelujah” …

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