Highwomen, Bon Iver, and music venues at risk

Sound & Vision
Hosted by Emily Fox
Natalie Hemby of the supergroup The Highwomen says their new album pushes for more female representation and narratives in country music. Sean Carey and Jenn Wasner of Bon Iver talks about the band’s change in sound. Plus, a panel discussion about how many music venues in Seattle are at risk of closure. (Panelists include Dana Sims of El Corazon/Funhouse, Dane Wilson of Re-Bar and James Keblas, former Director of Seattle’s Office of Film and Music.)
photo by Alysse Gafkjen

Natalie Hemby of the supergroup The Highwomen says their new album pushes for more female representation and narratives in country music. Sean Carey and Jenn Wasner of Bon Iver talk about the band’s change in sound. Plus, a panel discussion about how many music venues in Seattle are at risk of closure. (Panelists include Dana Sims of El Corazon/Funhouse, Dane Wilson of Re-Bar and James Keblas, former Director of Seattle’s Office of Film and Music.)

SUBSCRIBE to Sound & Vision:
 Apple Podcasts |  Google Podcasts |  Pocket Casts |  RSS (use your own reader)

More From Sound & Vision

Author Ron Knox breaks down the history behind the music economy and its impacts, as well as possible solutions.   Subscribe Here:   ...

Emily Fox discusses Brandi Carlile’s new memoir, Broken Horses, with KEXP volunteer and mega Brandi Carlile fan, Bee Egan.   Subscribe Here: &...

Spotify recently launched a website and initiative called Loud & Clear. It’s Spotify’s attempt at being transparent about how artists are paid and the econom...

Click anywhere to return to the site