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Palouse Grange hosts final show

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

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The September Palouse Grange show features local musicians performing unique styles of pop and electronic music.

The show starts off with Mary Welcome, a Palouse resident, and her “lullabies soaked in reverb,” as she describes them.

Arman Bohn, also a Palouse resident, plays a retro/futuristic pop style, which is sequenced to live visuals resembling primitive video games controlled by music, Bohn said.

The Earrings will perform next in their first show, playing a bass and violin set in a zen pop style. Bohn said members Avalon and Poise Kalin recently moved from Portland to Spokane, and have a background in visual arts and music.

The show takes place at 8 p.m. tonight at the Palouse Grange Hall, 210 E Bluff St., in Palouse. Admission is $5.

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Palouse Grange hosts final show