The music scene in Seattle separates the men from the boys, so to speak, because it attracts the best musicians in the world.
When I was in high school I was a part of the track team. Before the competitive season started, and we had to race against other schools, the coach took the team on a weekend retreat to get us in the right frame of mind. For two days we focused on the mental aspect of the sport. We did some long distance running over uneven terrain, but the point of the weekend was to build bonds within the team. If we wanted to win in competitions, we needed to be united as a team. It may sound silly to you, but that was the very reason I convinced my band to move to Seattle, Washington with me. I felt that if we wanted to compete against major rock bands we needed to become a tight, unified squad, and what better place to test ourselves than Seattle? In the entire Pacific Northwest there is no more of a haven for great music than Seattle. The music scene in Seattle separates the men from the boys, so to speak, because it attracts the best musicians in the world. Jimi Hendrix isn’t from Seattle, but he came here to hone his craft and become a better musician. If Seattle is good enough for Hendrix, it’s good enough for my band. Something else I love about this city is how it embraces legalized cannabis. Seattle is home to dozens of different cannabis dispensaries, and not only that but the locally grown weed is out of this world! Wish me and the band luck in the Seattle music scene.