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  • ChelanEli Young Band 7 p.m. Friday, Deep Water Amphitheater, 455 Wapato Lake Road, Manson, $49-$214, ticketmaster.com 687-6911

    You might have seen the Eli Young Band on Leno or Letterman, or maybe youve heard their No. 1 singles Crazy Girl or Even if It Breaks Your Heart on the radio. Fresh off a tour with Kenny Chesney, these guys are kind of a big deal. Their latest album, Life at Best, debuted in the top three on the Billboard and iTunes country charts.

    LeavenworthLeavenworth Blues Festival 5 p.m. Friday, noon Saturday, Leavenworth Festhalle, 1001 Front St., $37.50 advance weekend pass at ticketto-mato.com, $45 weekend pass at the door, Friday pass $20, Saturday $25, leavenworthblues.com.

    The blues loves company. After a nearly sold out crowd last year, the blues festival expanded to two nights for its second year. And, locals (Chelan and Douglas county residents) get a $5 discount on tickets. Expect good food, micro-brews, a cigar bar and a hoppin stage. On Friday: The Julie Duke Band, Junkbelly and the 44s. On Saturday, Nolan Garrett, Tuck Foster & the Mossrites, The Tommy Hogan Band, Sammy Eubanks, The Randy Oxford Band. Dont expect The Randy Scott Band and the reality show, Chasing the Dream. The two had to cancel at the last minute when they couldnt make logistics work.

    Reception and movie with Estella Leopold 5:30 p.m. Friday, Barn Beach Reserve, 347 Division St., $10, wenatcheeriverinstitute.org 548-0181

    The Wenatchee River Institute hosts a meet-and-greet with Estella Leopold, UW professor emeritus of biology and the daughter of Aldo Leopold, the man who shaped the modern environmental movement. Take a seat at 7 p.m. for a screening of two documen-taries: Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time and Out of the Mist: Olympic Wilderness Stories.

    Starstruck Gala & Auction 4-9 p.m. Saturday, Icicle Creek Center for the Arts, 7409 Icicle Road, $100, icicle.org (877) 265-6026

    Icicle Creek Center for the Arts hosts a glittering outdoor dinner party. The benefi t gala will feature aerialist Julie Istvan, live music, Hollywood-inspired

    surprise guests, wine tasting and an amazing spread of food by Ivy Wild that deserves a spotlight of its own. On the auction block: An original lithograph by Dale Chihuly, a seven-day cruise, season passes to Icicle Creeks The Met: Live in HD series and a weeklong resort vacation.

    QuincyFarmer Consumer Awareness Day 6:30 a.m.-dusk Saturday, 6:30 a.m.

    to 3 p.m. Sunday, various locations in Quincy, quincyfarmerconsumer.com

    Quincy gets rolling early for its annual food extrava-ganza celebrating who grows it, how to eat it and the land that makes it happen. Hot air balloons take off at 6:30 a.m. at Parties on the Green. The grand parade begins at

    10 a.m. White Heron Winery hosts a $25 all-you-can eat chefs challenge (think Iron Chef) with live music by Seattle alt-rock band Norrish Reaction. At dusk, head back to Parties on the Green for a balloon glow and fi reworks show. On Sunday, sign up for a geology tour (buses pick up at the high school) or check out geology documentaries all day at the Performing Arts Center.

    GeorgeGeorge Bluegrass Festival Monday through Sept. 22, George Community Park, 403 W. Montmorency, by donation 797-5632

    Its a pickin party too big to pack in a weekend. All week long, a variety of bluegrass all-stars will teach workshops and take the stage. Performers include Blue Smoke, Slipshod, Brad Keeler & Trio, Conver-gence Zone, North Country and Pickled Okra.

    compiled by Rachel Hansen, World staff

    World fi le photo/Don Seabrook

    Balloons take off on a sunrise balloon launch at the Twin Firs Sod Farm near Quincy in 2009. The towns Farmer Consumer Awareness Day returns this weekend.

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    Eli Young Band will perform Friday at the Deep Water Amphitheater in Manson.

    New voices needed in LeavenworthLeavenworth Village Voices is searching for a few new

    singers this season. Led by director Larry Henderson, the group performs

    every Christmas in Leavenworth, they host the Interna-tional Chorale Festival in spring and they often join a few benefi t concerts throughout the year.

    Their holiday concert, Christmas in the Mountains, will be held at Leavenworth Church of the Nazarene at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 5, 6 and 13. The matinee show will be 4 p.m. Dec. 15. For ticket information, visit leavenworthvillage-voices.org.

    Men and women older than 13 are welcome to join the choir. Simply show up at their weekly practices, 7 p.m. Monday at Methodist Church in Leavenworth. For more information, call 470-8504 or 393-5071.

    Rachel Hansen, World staff

    Briefl y

    BY GREG KOTChicago Tribune

    Much has changed about the recording industry in the last decade digital has overtaken physical, streaming is passing up downloading, and singles are beating out albums. But fall is still the season for big artists on big labels to roll out their new albums, in hope of catch-ing a holiday windfall. This year is no exception, with new albums expected from Eminem, Drake, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Arcade Fire.

    Heres a rundown of some of the most anticipated new releases:

    Hip-hop and R&BJanelle

    Monae, The Electric Lady (Sept. 10): The singer won accolades for her 2010 debut, The ArchAndroid. Now shes enlisted some heavy hitters for the follow-up, including Prince, Solange and Erykah Badu.

    Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (Nov. 5): The sequel to the rappers acclaimed and divisive 2000 album, The Marshall Mathers LP, lists power players Dr. Dre and Rick Rubin as executive producers, with a Rubin-produced single, Berzerk, leading the way.

    MIA, Matangi (Nov. 5): The Sri Lankan electro-rap provocateur aimed to have this album out nearly a year ago, and now its fi nally ready to go.

    Lady Gaga, ARTPOP (Nov. 11): The single Applause ushered in the media onslaught for Gagas fourth album.

    R. Kelly, Black Panties (Nov. 11): After a couple of dusties-style, retro-soul dance albums, the singer promises to bring the bump and grind once more.

    RockElvis Costello and the

    Roots, Wise Up Ghost (Sept. 17): After bonding on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Costello and Fallons house band, the brilliant hip-hop group the Roots, decided to take things a step further with a boundary-bashing collaboration.

    Kings of Leon, Mechanical Bull (Sept. 24): The band of brothers has had its share of squabbles in recent years, but after taking a year off theyve reconvened for their fi fth album.

    Paul McCartney, New (Oct. 15): At 71, the ex-Beatles bassist shows no signs of slowing down. Hes set to release a dozen tracks from recording sessions with Mark Ronson, Ethan Johns and Adele collaborator Paul Epworth, among others.

    Pearl Jam, Lightning Bolt (Oct. 15): The Seattle quintets fi rst album in four years was once again recorded with producer Brendan OBrien.

    Arcade Fire, Refl ektor (Oct. 29): How to follow up The Suburbs, which won Grammy album of the year? The Montreal band aimed high by recording tracks with LCD Soundsystems James Murphy.

    PopJack Johnson, From Here

    To Now To You (Sept. 17): The Gen X answer to Jimmy Buff ett promises - surprise! - more mellow beach grooves on

    his sixth album.Elton John,

    The Diving Board (Sept. 24): T Bone Burnett produces the piano mans fi rst

    studio album in seven years. Its a stripped-down aff air, with longtime sidekick Bernie Taupin once again contributing lyrics.

    Sting, The Last Ship (Sept. 24): Concept album? Broadway-infl uenced tunes? Yes, its the new Sting opus, his fi rst batch of original songs in a decade.

    Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2 (Sept. 30): The sequel to The 20/20 Experience, released earlier this year, includes more tracks from an epic recording session with producer Timbaland.

    Miley Cyrus, Bangerz (Oct. 8): Hannah Montana, we hardly knew you. The 20-year-old singer continues the transition out of teen pop begun on the 2010 Cant Be Tamed.

    Katy Perry, Prism (Oct. 22): After the multimillion-selling success of her 2010 album, Teenage Dream, the singer is ready to follow up with a new single, Roar, leading the way.

    CountrySheryl Crow, Feels Like

    Home (Sept. 10): Crow moved to Nashville from her longtime home of Los Angeles and refocuses on country music. Skeptics might accuse her of desperately trying to combat declining sales, but Crows roots-based songwriting suits the transition.

    Keith Urban, Fuse (Sept. 10): The Australian arena-country star is shaking up his sound with help from producer Mike Elizondo,

    who has worked with Fiona Apple, 50 Cent, Regina Spektor and Mastodon.

    Alan Jackson, The Bluegrass Album (Sept. 24): A mix of originals and covers, including Bill Monroes Blue Moon of Kentucky, informs this homage to the high-and-lonesome tradition.

    Another season of big releases

    Janelle Monae

    Elton John

    Keith Urban

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