Mudhoney’s Bassist on Being a Nurse During COVID

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Mudhoney's Guy Maddison talks with Sound & Vision’s Emily Fox about his life in music and medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic.


 
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Mudhoney, known for their hit “Touch Me I’m Sick” was a precursor to Seattle’s grunge scene. But you’d never hear Mudhoney bassist Guy Maddison uttering the words “Touch Me I’m Sick” to his patients during his day job as a nurse at Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center. Maddison talks with Sound & Vision’s Emily Fox about his life in music and medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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