Bluegrass, indie-rock & Hammer of the Gods make for big music night in Spokane

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If you haven't looked lately, you're missing some great opportunities for exploring the Inland Northwest in our event listings and Staff Picks.

Need proof? Here are a few highlights for Thursday, April 16: 

LIVE BANDS | The Brothers Comatose are a mighty fine band from San Fran that blends folk and bluegrass into some exceedingly pleasing Americana. They play The Bartlett with Whiskey Dick. Here's a sample of The Brothers Comatose: 

LIVE BANDS | Up north, blues legend Coco Montoya brings his serious guitar chops to the Palomino Club. 

LIVE BANDS | The Big Dipper hosts Kind of Like Spitting, a long-running Portland indie-rock crew led by Ben Barnett, whose songs falls in the realm of Guided by Voices or American Music Club. 

LIVE BANDS | The  Bing is also in on the big night of live tunes, thanks to the arrival of Zoso: The Led Zeppelin Experience, delivering the classics from classic rock's top of the heap.