Archive for July 23rd, 2015

  • This campaign celebrates the music lovers - donors, artists, and volunteers - who keep KEXP listener-powered and who are helping build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center.  Commercial-free KEXP relies on donations from individual, foundation, business, and government supporters to power all its programs and services. The “I Power KEXP” campaign features 10 KEXP listeners photographed by award-winning photographer Rachel White and placed on posters all over Seattle.

    KEXP Celebrates Community Support for New Home with ‘I Power KEXP’ Campaign

    This campaign celebrates the music lovers - donors, artists, and volunteers - who keep KEXP listener-powered and who are helping build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center. Commercial-free KEXP relies on donations from individual, foundation, business, and government supporters to power all its programs and services. The “I Power KEXP” campaign features 10 KEXP listeners photographed by award-winning photographer Rachel White and placed on posters all over Seattle.

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  • World music is on the menu this September as STG welcomes vibrant and eclectic musical offerings from around the globe. Current fans and those open to new experiences will no doubt find exciting and notable options this fall.

    STG Presents: “World Music For The New Season!” in September 2015

    World music is on the menu this September as STG welcomes vibrant and eclectic musical offerings from around the globe. Current fans and those open to new experiences will no doubt find exciting and notable options this fall.

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  • Dream big! Armed with a new sound and creative drive Dreamers has covered a great deal of ground in less than a year, bringing their infections 70’s inspired dream pop to a number of stages throughout the United States and our Canadian brothers and sisters up North.

    Dreaming Big! NWMS Interview With Dreamers

    Dream big! Armed with a new sound and creative drive Dreamers has covered a great deal of ground in less than a year, bringing their infections 70’s inspired dream pop to a number of stages throughout the United States and our Canadian brothers and sisters up North.

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