Spring Concert: Let's Dance! performance March 25 at WWVA

Spring Concert: Let's Dance! performance March 25 at WWVA

COLLEGE PLACE — The Walla Walla Valley Concert band will present “Spring Concert: Let's Dance!” at 3 p.m. March 25 in the Walla Walla Valley Academy auditorium, 300 S.W. Academy Way. Director Gary Gemberling has selected dance music from around the world. Highlights will include s
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Hootie & The Blowfish Announce One-Night Reunion Concert

Things will be a bit different in 2018, as the band has announced a separate reunion show at Atlanta's SunTrust Park, the new digs of the MLB's Atlanta Braves, on July 21st. Considering America's current wave of '90s nostalgia—reboots of classic shows like Full House, The X-File
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Peninsula Men's Gospel Singers offer Spring Concert

PORT ANGELES — The Peninsula Men's Gospel Singers' 15th annual Spring Concert, “I Will Rise,” will sound off its first notes at 7 p.m. Saturday. Open seating tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students. They can be purchased from gospel singers members; in person at Port B
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Music News: Beyonce and Jay-Z, Willie Nelson's Outlaw Fest, Spoon at the Wildflower Festival and …

A few weeks ago, we mentioned David Byrne's April 24 gig at the AT&T Center for the Performing Arts. The ex-Talking Heads frontman will be back in town this fall as part of his continuing American Utopia tour for an Oct. 6 performance at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie. Tickets this new show ar
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Arts & Extras: Concert illuminates Muslim arts

The show will also feature music from Karim Nagi, an Egyptian drummer, composer and dancer. Nagi has worked with dancers from the New River Valley, teaching classic Arabic folk dance, and with Virginia Tech student percussionists, teaching frame drum and tambourine, all elements that will be part
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Cheers to Miranda Lambert and her rowdy OKC concert stop

The former Tishomingo resident has a fun side, and it attracted a rowdy crowd to the downtown Oklahoma City concert. Beers in hand, fans were ready to toast a good time. And Lambert, 34, obliged with tons of energy, a ginormous light show and a theatrical performance. Each lyric was met with a
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