Seattle Office of Film + Music

December 18, 2009, 4:34 pm
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Seattle Weekly
The Weekly takes a look at how the all ages music scene in Kitsap has changed over the years. “In the early and middle parts of this decade, the thriving all-ages scene in Bremerton and Kitsap County didn’t have a centralized home, and being on the other side of the water, it didn’t have hipster cachet. But it did have a ravenous group of underage kids in a scene that included rock, pop, punk, and hardcore bands. At its core were the hardcore band Kane Hodder; their friends, horror-rock act Schoolyard Heroes; a Web site called; and an enterprising booker named Josh Kennedy, who ran Big Mouth Music.” For the full profile, please follow the above link.

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