Nabil Ayers’ “Life in the Sunshine”

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KEXP’s Larry Mizell Jr. sat down with Nabil Ayers recently to talk about his memoir in which he explores issues of race and about being the son of a famous musician, a man he had only met a handful of times in his life. 

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Nabil Ayers released a memoir this month called “My Life in the Sunshine.” Ayers is the son of jazz great Roy Ayers who’s known for the song, “Everybody Loves The Sunshine.” Nabil Ayers went on to co-found Seattle’s Sonic Boom records. He played in a few bands including The Long Winters. He was the General Manager of the storied record label 4AD, and this year became the president of an amazing group of record labels called Beggars Group. KEXP’s Larry Mizell Jr. sat down with Nabil Ayers recently to talk about his memoir in which he explores issues of race and about being the son of a famous musician, a man he had only met a handful of times in his life. 

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