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SS #024: Miguel Garibay

Upriver Music Man

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36 min / Published
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Normally I have an intro but I skipped it for today. If you are wanting to hear about current shows / events, tune into KSVU.org on Tuesdays from 6pm - 8pm. You'll also hear killer music that could, potentially, change your life. My show starts on 7/11 and it will be every Tuesday. I may be alone or I may have a co-host. Tune into to find out and shoot me a message if you want to request a song (it's gotta be good though).

Miguel is a friend I first met at the Hub. He's a quiet guy, and, as you can hear, he did not want to record with me, but he did it and it's a great episode. When Charlie recorded with me, he told me it was a comfortable atmosphere because I was wearing batman pajama pants. I made a point to wear them again for this recording, though Miguel did not mention them.

There will be more live shows at the Theater coming up soon. Stay tuned!

See the links below for some of the things we chatted about:

https://www.instagram.com/pre_ttymuchnothing/
https://www.facebook.com/prettymuchnothing21

Crisis Valley on Spotify

We talked about Zach in this episode, and, because I'm the president of the Sedro Woolley chapter of the Zach Michaud Fan Club, I need to remind you go to listen to his new album that I listen to often:  The D is Silent on Spotify
Buy some merch so we can match! He plays a lot so check out his fb page for his rad posters and go see a show.

Love my intro song? Check out Clay Work. He is incredibly talented. He also hosts Trivia at Lyman Tavern on Tuesdays, and at District Brewing on Wednesdays. 

Send me a message through our IG account: Skagit Storytellers. If you have a question, maybe I'll answer it in my intro, or if you have a comment, maybe I'll mention that too.

Check out all of our books and merch here: www.linktr.ee/lizrankin
If you're in Concrete, Olive's books can be purchased at the Concrete Liquor Store, and if you're in Mount Vernon, she has books available at Ristretto Coffee Lounge. Otherwise, visit the link above and you can order our books through Amazon.

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A podcast by Liz Rankin
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