Apparently: Navigating a Toxic Music Industry as a Mother

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Kristin Hersh of Throwing Muses and 50 Foot Wave discusses her new book, Seeing Sideways: A Memoir of Music and Motherhood.


 
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Sound & Vision’s mini-series, Apparently, explores the stories of musicians and performers who are juggling parenthood with their art. 

On this episode, Kristin Hersh of Throwing Muses and 50 Foot Wave discusses her new book, Seeing Sideways: A Memoir of Music and Motherhood. She talks with KEXP's Rachel Stevens about touring with four boys and navigating an industry she hates in order to do what she loves. 

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