Seattle Funk Legend Overton Berry
Megan Sukys/Dave Beck
At 2:07 p.m. - Sound Reflections
In music, the ending is just the beginning. Few of us dare to go past a stopping point, but Seattle funk legend and keyboardist Overton Berry discovered that when it was time to finish he was just getting started. Today, Overton talks with Amanda Wilde and opens our ears to the sound of transformative endings.
At 2:20 p.m. - In the Spirit of the Ancestors
Contemporary Northwest native art provides a deeper understanding of where we live. The work featured in a new exhibit at the Burke Museum draws on centuries-old tradition, but reflects experiences that are relevant to modern life&mdsash;regardless of your heritage. Bill Holm and Robin Wright are two of four curators who selected art pieces from the Burke's vast collection for In the Spirit of the Ancestors. Today, Robin and Bill tell Megan Sukys what some of the pieces in the exhibit tell us about contemporary life in the Northwest.
Exhibit opening with lectures and educational programs, Saturday, March 3rd, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at The Burke Museum.
At 2:45 p.m. - Alice Kaderlan
Our monthly visit from Alice Kaderlan for reviews and previews of events in Pacific Northwest dance.
At 2:55 p.m. - Anna Coogan and north19
Drawing from traditional bluegrass, country, rock and blues, Anna Coogan and north19 have a sparse, banjo-driven sound with tales of hope, heartbreak and desolation. We'll sample songs from their new CD, Sleepwalker later this hour.
Anna Coogan and north19 perform Friday, March 2nd at the Tractor Tavern in Ballard.
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