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Sound On the Sound
It’s not often that music fans get the chance to learn about how an artist created the concept of an album or where he/she found inspiration for a song. Sound On the Sound seeks to shed light on this topic with a new video series called “Written Here,” where artists and bands will be interviewed in locations or spaces that inspired the creation of their music. The first subject of “Written Here” is singer/songwriter Bryan John Appleby, who recently released his debut album titled Fire On the Vine. Appleby was filmed in his then-living quarters (a “quirky basement apartment”) and discussed the unexpected muses that inspired the songs for Fire On the Vine.
Filed under: Music | Tags: bryan john appleby, columbia city theater, elk & boar, kimo muraki, lemolo, luke stevens, youth rescue mission
Sound on the Sound
Columbia City Theater is hosting an exciting night of free music tonight. The night is curated to feature several lesser known but very promising new talents from the Seattle area. These musical acts include Lemolo, Bryan John Appleby, Youth Rescue Mission, Luke Stevens, Kimo Muraki and Elk & Boar. It’s all happening tonight starting at 9 pm. Follow the link above for more details.