Tag Archives: John Spalding

Song of the Day: LoveLand – Give Me Grace

Every Monday through Friday, we deliver a different song as part our Song of the Day podcast subscription. This podcast features exclusive KEXP in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent artists that our DJs think you should hear. Every Friday the Song of the Day podcast spotlights local musicians. Today‚Äôs featured selection, chosen byRead more…

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A Concert in Honor of John Spalding

Tonight, January 9th, there will be a concert at Showbox at the Market to honor Seattle musician John Spalding, who passed away last November after a long-fought battle with cancer. Spalding was well loved in the Seattle music community and had performed with Ninety Pound Wuss and Raft of Dead Monkeys. With his project, LoveLand,Read more…

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Three Imaginary Girls recommend supporting Seattle’s music community this week

As far as live music in Seattle, last weekend was a very bad way to start 2009 with the tragic shooting at Chop Suey. It was an incident that will surely have long-term repercussions in the hip hop community specifically (and unfairly) and with live music in general. It is a horrible thing to happenRead more…

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