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The Riverside Trio from Spokane, Washington perform a range of music from classical to pop in their chamber ensemble, often playing for memory care centers helping "to connect people who feel disconnected" through the power of live music. Today they talk about how music changed and shaped their own lives, and the power of music to connect us.
Poet Shantell Jackson came to Spokane by way of Buffalo, New York and brought a passion for words with her. During our conversation she talks about her poetry and her path to exploring and accepting her own vulnerability through writing and performing her poetry. Watch her Inland Sessions episode which premieres Monday 11/20/2023 or watch archived episodes of Inland Sessions at ksps.org.
Odyssey is a 3-piece heavy metal instrumental band from Spokane, Washington who have released a panoply of full length studio albums and EPs over the 15 years they've been playing together. Featuring: Jordan Hilker Lukas Hilker Jerrick Crites
Betsy Rogue is a charming 3-piece folk ensemble from Spokane, Washington Liz Rognez on guitar, Heather Montgomery on viola, and Jerrilyn Harris on cello, their three-part harmonies offer rich storytelling to listeners. During this interview, the three members of Betsy Rogue talk about music in their life.
Jacob Rountree's poetic lyricism is the anchor of his soulful sound as a singer/songwriter visiting us for a set from his home base in Bozeman, Montana. For more information about Inland Sessions, to watch back episodes, or if you'd like learn about how you can personally support arts, education, civic-health, and building community through locally-produced public television please visit ksps.org.
Jaeda is a hip-hop artist who started in Spokane, Washington but over her 20 year career she has grown as a musician, producer, and community organizer around creating and celebrating hip hop music in the Northwest.
The Red Books bring a new sound to the Inland Sessions stage, but during this podcast they reveal more about how they came to music, how they view success, and also an acoustic set sure to make you tingle.
As a recording artist, saxophonist, professor, collaborator, producer, and composer, David Larsen joins us in studio to play a couple original solo works and to talk about how he came to dedicate himself to music, personally and professionally, ever since. David's life really is all Jazz, capital "J", and you can hear it as he discusses his family, background, musical influences/experiences, and how exactly one gets around to tea...
Caroline and JayJ Carlile are only 50% of folk ensemble SmallTown Strings, but they bring their roots to the table. Although they are both still in their teens, when SmallTown Strings took the stage on Inland Sessions, they showed a sophistication in their songwriting and performance that we will explore in this podcast, including a live acoustic performance from the duo.
Kristen Marlo is a singer/songwriter who brought her roots to Inland Sessions, but today Kristen brings her story which includes how she found her love of performance singing in active warzones while serving in the U.S. Air Force. She plays a live acoustic to illustrate the way and reasons for writing her soulful music.
T.S The Solution is the stage name Devonte Pearson uses to deliver his personal style of enlightened hip-hop to the masses, including to the Inland Sessions stage earlier this year. Devonte visited us to talk about his journey to become a performer, producer, and record label owner in his adopted hometown
The Jason Perry Band brought it all to their performance on Inland Sessions, but today Jason Perry sits down to talk about how he found music as his personal language of expression and how he approaches the art of living through the community that grows around music scenes. #funky
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