Seattle is known for many innovative products and interesting lifestyles – coffee, seafood, x-treme sports. But Seattle is also known for some talented musicians.
NAMIC’s 118th Annual Convention in Seattle introduced delegates and guests to a few of those talented artists at the Chairman’s Welcome Reception on Sept. 22 and the Opening General Session on Sept. 23.
Greg Paul and Michael Korpi, two popular buskers – also known as street performers, and the Peter Benjamin Band entertained the large crowd at the Chairman’s Reception Sunday evening. Delegates to the opening session were greeted by several local musicians taking turns highlighting their unique sound. Musicians were Leroy Bell, Mycle Wastman, Morrison Boomer, and Cory Meldrom.
Posted: Monday, September 23, 2013 4:52:21 PM. Modified: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 6:22:38 PM.
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