Seattle Office of Film + Music


Mayor Proclaims November 28, 2014 Foo Fighters Day in the City of Seattle
November 26, 2014, 12:46 pm
Filed under: Music

 

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Twenty years ago, Dave Grohl formed and founded the Foo Fighters and recorded its self titled album in Seattle at Robert Lang Studios with local producer, Barrett Jones. On November 28, HBO will debut its Seattle segment of Foo Fighters Sonic Highways dedicated to the Seattle music scene, past and present.

Seattle is proud to be a part of Foo Fighters’ musical journey and honored to be featured in both the Sonic Highways documentary and new Foo Fighters album of the same name. The Foo Fighters are greatly appreciated for their contributions to the Seattle music scene over the last 20 years and for showing the world through their documentary the diversity, history, and importance of the Seattle music scene. Today, Mayor Ed Murray proclaimed November 28, 2014 to be Foo Fighters Day in the city of Seattle.

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Welcome Mikhael Mei Williams, Creative Industries Advocate
November 6, 2014, 1:29 pm
Filed under: Music

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The Office of Film + Music (OFM) welcomes Mikhael Mei Williams as our new Creative Industries Advocate. Mikhael is very well-known and respected in the music industry, having worked for both AEG and One Reel, among other organizations. A Seattle native, Mikhael credits the city’s vibrant art, music, and entertainment landscape as the impetus for her career in marketing and communications with a specific focus on promoting the creative economy. She is a strategic marketing, communications and management specialist with a proven track record planning and leading comprehensive communications and promotional strategies – from public and media relations outreach; to marketing, branding and advertising campaigns; to gala and special events planning and management – for diverse arts, cultural and entertainment organizations. She’ll be focused on growing and supporting creative industry and nightlife businesses, staffing the Music Commission and its initiatives such as the City of Music, and enhancing OFM communications. Welcome, Mikhael!