Saturday, July 25, 2020

WOTS Version 206 with Sessions In Place

On this version of the Word On the Street podcast we talk with Oliver Stellfox, Austin Glass, and Ben Strickland of Sessions In Place. Oliver, Austin and Ben gave us a comprehensive deep dive into Sessions in place, how it started, why they do it, and what they hope for it. They told us some experience working with the artists, and some of their favorite moments so far. We also get a chance to get to know Oliver, Austin and Ben a little better and what they have been doing during the pandemic. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

* The conversation with Sessions In Place starts at 10:00

Featured music:
"Wyld" by Page Turner recoded live at Sessions In Place (video https://youtu.be/psjXyKjSGqo)
"Go On" by Fred recorded live at Sessions In Place (video https://youtu.be/UJ-VdJL8Jb8)

Learn more here:
https://www.facebook.com/SessionsInPlace/
https://www.youtube.com/c/sessionsinplace


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Thursday, July 23, 2020

WOTS Version 205 with Immensity Crumb

On this version of the Word On the Street podcast we talk with Immensity Crumb. It was great to catch up with Brenden and Jennifer Smith of Immensity Crumb. They tell us about how they have been living during pandemic times, what it's like to distance school with their children, what it's been like interacting with other people, and how they stay sane through all of it.  We also talk about Immensity Crumb, the new album, ideas for performing while social distancing, and future plans for the band.  I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

* The conversation with Immensity Crumb starts at 10:00

Featured music:
"Evacuation Route" by Immensity Crumb off Immensity Crumb Sings 9 Wedding Favorites
"Theme From the Production" by Immensity Crumb off Immensity Crumb Sings 9 Wedding Favorites

Learn more here:
https://www.facebook.com/ImmensityCrumb/
https://immensitycrumb.bandcamp.com/


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Monday, July 20, 2020

WOTS Version 204 with Cha Wilde

On this version of the Word On the Street podcast we talk with Cha Wilde. Cha told us what it's likes to have her hands in so many different creative outlets including; music, painting, podcasts, YouTube and more. She tells us what her priorities are and how she finds balance between all of them. We also talk about the release of her latest album during the pandemic, and how the pandemic has affected her creative process. Cha tells us about the vision she has for her music and performances that she would like to make in the future. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

* The conversation with Cha starts at 10:00

Featured music:
"Call Me Wilde" by Cha Wilde off The Sound of Freedom
"Delivered to Earth on a Rainbow" by Cha Wilde off Chill Lightening Rainbow

Learn more here:
https://chawilde.com/


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Friday, July 10, 2020

WOTS Version 203 with Brent Lyons

On this version of the Word On the Street Podcast we talk with Brent Lyons. Brent also hosts his own podcast called Solving Sounds.  Brent tells us about his experience being a podcast host, what are some of the best and worst parts of hosting a podcast.  As two white podcasts hosts we talk about how the protests, Black Lives Matter, and social justice has affected our podcasts and how that will inform what we do in the future. Brent also talks about how the pandemic has impacted the podcast and his life. We also talk about his music, meditation, and Bandcamp vs. Spotify. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

* The conversation with Brent starts at 10:00.

Featured music:
"You Are Real" by Brent Lyons
"Re-Forget" by Brent Lyons

Learn more here:
https://solvingsounds.libsyn.com/
https://www.facebook.com/SolvingSoundsPodcast/
https://www.instagram.com/solvingsoundspodcast/


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Monday, July 6, 2020

WOTS Version 202 with Quinton Morris

On this version of the Word On the Street podcast we have the opportunity to talk with Quinton Morris. Quinton and I had a great conversation, we got a little backstory of playing music at Renton High School and why South King County is important to him. The bulk of the conversation is about his non profit The Key to Change. He told us about some current and future goals as well as what it's like to run a non profit.  Quinton also shared stories about how he is handling the pandemic and also how his students have been handling the pandemic and having conversations around race. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

* The conversation with Quinton starts at 10:00

Featured music:
Sonata no. 3 in G minor by Joseph Boulogne (Chevalier de Saint-Georges) Performed by Quinton Morris.

Learn more here:
http://www.keytochangestudio.org/
https://www.instagram.com/keytochange/
https://www.instagram.com/qimorris/


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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

WOTS Version 201 with Kate Tucker

On this version of Word On the Street we are talking with Kate Tucker. I am super excited to get the chance to meet and talk with Kate about a bunch of her artistic endeavors. We talked about how the pandemic has affected her, we learned that she practices meditation and this has helped her when she has been forced to be alone during the pandemic. She also told us about her new set of music "Singles Club" which she is donating proceeds to United Way for Covid Relief.  Kate also shared her experience documenting the story of Walter Delbridge through a film and publishing his poems. Also how reflecting on Black Lives Matter has informed this project. I also asked Kate why she prefers Apple Music over Spotify. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

* The conversation with Kate starts at 10:00

Featured music:
"A Little Bit of Love" by Kate Tucker
"love Somebody" by Kate Tucker

Learn more here:
https://www.katetucker.net/
https://www.instagram.com/katetuckermusic/
Singles Club videos


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Sunday, June 28, 2020

WOTS Version 200 with Payge Turner

On this version of the Word On the Street podcast we have a conversation with Payge Turner. Payge and I talk about life as a creative during a pandemic and how she has been processing and expressing during it. We also talk about Black Lives Matter, Payge gives us her thoughts on it and what she feels is important about it. Payge also tells us about her experience as a musician regarding topics such as social media, Spotify, and live streaming during the pandemic. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

* The conversation with Payge starts at 9:49

Featured music:
"Matter" by Payge Turner off Sleep Walker
"Gave My Love" by Payge Turner off Sleep Walker

Learn more here: 
Sessions in Place interview and live performance https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=962364190852843



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