Seattle’s Civic Poet spoke with Sound & Vision host Emily Fox for the show’s ongoing series on poets in the Northwest.
The poet and playwright spoke with host Emily Fox about his work as a part of Sound & Vision’s series on poetry.
Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Neil Juneja and Joe Cole of Covert Bat about drive-in concerts, which were recently banned in Washington State due to COVID-19.
Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Nate Omdal of Fair Trade Music about the organizations goals and how the COVID-19 pandemic is showing the need for more transparency in the music industry.
Jackie Shane was a Black trans soul singer who performed in the 60s. In 1971, she walked away from her career and basically disappeared.
Gabriel Teodros talks with musician, poet, attorney, and former mayoral candidate Nikkita Oliver on the protests and social justice movement in Seattle.
Sound & Vision’s Emily Fox talks with Pai about Enso and delves into some of the particular stories she relates in the book. From the legacy of Seattle cabaret and musical theater singer Pat Suzuki as well as her own experiences with racism and micro-aggressions. Pai also reads a recent work ...
Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with King County Executive Dow Constantine about the county’s choice to include private venues in a $60 million relief package.
Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Denise Burnside and Ian Moore of Seattle Musicians Access to Sustainable Healthcare about how they’re adapting to serving musicians during a pandemic.
The deaths of those Kent State students 50 years ago this week both changed our nation and changed Gerald as a person and as an artist forever.
KEXP’s Emily Fox speaks with Jason Clackley and Ricky Graboski of the Vera Project about the DIY Community Relief Fund.
As a ban on large gatherings in Washington state inches toward it’s eight week, venue owners fear for the future of independent venues in Seattle.