Our beloved city known for its colorful music history has surely been mourning the loss of constant concerts and live shows these past few weeks.
As a way of bringing live music back to the people, various artists of all genres have been live streaming concert sessions across their social media platforms.
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In order to combat this issue, Seattle’s very own non-profit radio station, KEXP, has been turning their attention towards smaller, indie musicians whose virtual livestreams are often undetected by the masses.
The KEXP virtual concert schedule webpage features recurring daily shows, as well as a breakdown of who’s performing in the rest of the week.
Show listings can also be found daily on their twitter page.
Today’s virtual live streams in PT:
12 p.m. | @girlgangleeds
1 p.m. | @YumiZouma | @pedrothelion
3 p.m. | Yukimi Nagano of @LittleDragon
4 p.m. | Ben Gibbard of @dcfc
5 p.m. | @Seratones
6 p.m. | @kevinmorby + @k_crutchfield
11 p.m. | @barrieshhh
+ more: https://t.co/KlXXlTEs9U pic.twitter.com/Q0vKaycI4X
— KEXP (@kexp) March 26, 2020