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CB5 calls it quits

Popular gospel group tunes up for farewell concert.

‘Secret’ concert features young talent

Sixteen-year-old Kennadi Hawes has wanted nothing more than to play music and sing since she was 4 years old. As her mother, Melanie recalls, her first word was “sing.”

Five things to know about bluegrass music

Note: The first of a seven-concert Bluegrass series begins Saturday with Beppe Gambetta and Dan Crary at 7:30 p.m., Cashmere Riverside Center. For details: or 548-1230.

Appleaires seek accompanist

The Wenatchee Valley Appleaires choral group is looking for an accompanist and, as the Appleaires have discovered, a good pianist is hard to find, with most in town already booked through the holiday season.

More than a feeling: Boston will perform Saturday at Town Toyota Center

The ’70s are a long way away now, and it’s easy to put to rest some of the things that came with them: the fashion, for instance, is buried somewhere 40 years behind us, and that’s probably where it should stay. But some things — and some people — were nothing short of timeless.

Chelan winery to host benefit concert

In light of the recent fires that took many homes in the surrounding areas, communities from around Washington have shown an outpouring of support for families affected by the fires. Rio Vista Wines is lending a hand by hosting a benefit to help their neighbors. We think that’s awesome, and if you do too, here’s everything you need to know to get involved.

Trace Adkins concert offers wildfire aid

WENATCHEE — Country music star Trace Adkins vows to donate $5 of every ticket to his Sept. 18 Wenatchee concert to Red Cross wildfire efforts.

NCW Fair brings in country star Dustin Lynch this August

Ever since he signed over to Broken Bow records in 2011, Dustin Lynch has experienced a surge in popularity, lingering in Top 20 and Top 30 lists over the past couple years with radio hits like “She Cranks My Tractor” and “Cowboys and Angels.” Now, he’s bringing all of his country boy charm to the NCW District Fair this August, where fans can expect to hear his most recent single “Where It’s At (Yep, Yep).” He plays Aug. 22 at 8 p.m., and popular Seattle-based country singer Jessica Lynne will ...