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NW MUSIC ARCHIVES BLOG UNCOVERS RARE TRACKS FROM SEATTLE’S EUPHONIOUS PAST
April 6, 2011, 12:49 pm
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Northwest Music Archives
Blast to the past with Northwest Music Archives, a local blog that continually combs the rockin’ annals of our region’s history to chronicle “old discoveries, recent finds and enduring mysteries.” Covering a wide array of little-known local music stories and events, the archives track as far back as the 1800s. With featured blog-lines like “Seattle’s Bango Gal: 1800s,” “Seattle Harmony Kings: 1920s,” “Ivan Haglund, the Seafood-selling songster: 1946,” “Beatles in Seattle” and “The Dawn of Grunge Rock,” the blog has unearthed some real historical gems that reveal even more about our City of Music’s colorful legacy. The site’s latest offering is a piece on fabled Seattle jazz joint, the Old Rocking Chair Club, which played host to the likes of Ray Charles. Follow the link to read this new post and more.

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