Apparently: La Luz’s Shana Cleveland’s Fight to Stay in Music After Motherhood and Cancer Diagnosis

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On this episode, our guest is Shana Cleveland of the Seattle-born and California-based band, La Luz.

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

On this episode, our guest is Shana Cleveland of the Seattle-born and California-based band, La Luz. KEXP’s Evie Stokes talks with Cleveland about her journey of becoming a mother shortly before the pandemic, receiving a cancer diagnosis, and despite the obstacles, continuing her career in music. 

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