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Seattle's Flowmotion to bring back the rock

Flowmotion will stir up some commotion April 24 when the Seattle band comes to town for a performance at Jack-son's Sports Bar & Grill in Kennewick.

The band is known around the Northwest for putting on a "high energy, multi-genre rock 'n' roll explosion" said music critic Mike Bookey with The Source Weekly in Bend, Ore.

Flowmotion has a new album out, Ghost Pepper, which was released in March. You can catch some of the new tunes before the Jack-son's gig by going to http://flowmotion.bandcamp.com.

The band formed in 2001 and has carved out a niche in the Northwest music scene, especially after organizing the Summer Meltdown Festival at the Whitehorse Mountain Amphitheater in Darrington. The 10th annual festival is Aug. 6-8.

In the meantime, Tri-City music fans can drop by Jack-son's April 24 and hear some of Flowmotion's new songs.

Showtime is 9 p.m. Cover charge is $10 at the door. Event is open to the 21 and older crowd only.

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