Tia Matthies joins us to talk about the life and death of the legendary Seattle rock club, The OK Hotel. Members of the Seattle music community share their stories of the impact the venue had on their lives.
Seattle artist Noah Gundersen joins us this episode to talk about his decision to step outside his own box in the making of his new album WHITE NOISE (out now), how his past experiences with religion informs his actions today, his uber talented family, and how the show SONS OF ANARCHY (which tapped Noah for the use of his 2011 song 'Family') propelled him into the mainstream.
Gifted Gab talks this month about how she got started in rap/hip hop and the range of childhood activities that inspired her style, the changes in Seattle as seen through the eyes of a native resident, and the inception of the Moor Gang. Plus a special announcement about the line-up for Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival.
Eric Howk of the band Portugal. The Man talks setting attainable life goals, how he taught himself how to play organ while driving, the explosive popularity of their hit song "Feel It Still", and how a near fatal incident in 2007 change his life forever.
In this episode Dave Depper talks about the story behind the making of his new album "Emotional Freedom Technique", a nerve melting experience playing on national TV with Ray LaMontagne, and how he came to be a member of Death Cab for Cutie.