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MOTHER VS. ARTIST: A Live Musical Podcast

  • Fremont Abbey Arts Center 4272 Fremont Avenue North Seattle, WA, 98103 United States (map)

EVENT: MOTHER VS. ARTIST: A Live Musical Podcast Event Exploring the Joys & Challenges Facing Musician Moms 

DATE: Thu, March 14, 2019 from 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM


COST: $0-15

MOTHER VS. ARTIST: A Live Musical Podcast Event Exploring the Joys & Challenges Facing Musician Moms, featuring Carrie Akre, Shelby Earl & Lenore.

Moderated by Amanda Carter Gomes of The Fold Mag
Presented by The Fold Mag, Abbey Arts and "Between You & I" Podcast

VENUE: Fremont Abbey Arts Center, 4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103


"If you lived in Seattle during the grunge era of the early to mid 1990s, it’s possible you dropped in on a show at a popular club — The Crocodile Café in Belltown, Moe’s on Capitol Hill, OK Hotel in Pioneer Square, or RKCNDY downtown — and pushed your way through a broiling, sweaty, noisy, and smoke-glazed mosh pit to hear Hammerbox, Goodness, or one-offs The Rockfords. Akre (pronounced AH-CREE) was the frontwoman for all those bands, creating music that filled the airwaves of KCMU (now KEXP) and The End and albums that lined the shelves at record stores like Easy Street, Orpheum, and Sonic Boom." Todd Matthews, South Sound Magazine


"If you’ve ever gotten into an interesting and inquisitive conversation about Seattle music and got asked who you thought was “the most heartbreakingly beautiful voice in Seattle,” some might say the timbre tycoon Shelby Earl" [Full Article- KEXP 90.3


“When they sing you’re transported to a different dimension, an unearthly realm. Here, you’ll find safety and security. Here, you’ll be able to rest, to find peace. And here, you’ll discover the courage you need to start living the life you want.” — NPR


"The Fold is a digital destination for women that focuses on the contributions, importance, and value of being a women of an "uncertain age." Founded and edited by Amanda Carter Gomes in collaboration with a group of exemplary women writers and creatives, The Fold highlights the ageless individuals who are ever evolving, open to change, and confident to inspire revolution at any age. The Fold covers Arts & Culture, Relationships, Wellness, Motherhood, Personal Style, and Politics - all the issues relevant to being an informed woman in today's society"

Earlier Event: March 13
Ago by Mandy Connor
Later Event: March 14
Photograph 51 at Nora Theatre Co.