Emily King

Season 1 | Episode 1 (Emily)

In this episode, Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Emily King immersed herself in both the urban and natural sides of Seattle in a creative journey to write a Seattle-inspired song. Musical inspiration came from a variety of places – King Street Station, sonic art sculpture, A Sound Garden – not to mention a surprise meeting with friend and Seattle music sensation Allen Stone at Emerald City Guitars.

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King Street Station Opened to the public in May 1906, King Street Station serves trains, commuter rail, local and regional buses, and the First Hill Seattle Streetcar.
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Sound Garden at Magnuson Park Enjoy the sites at this beautiful 350 acre park on Sand Point at Pontiac Bay, Lake Washington.
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Emerald Street Guitars Opened in 1996, this vintage guitar store is in the heart of Pioneer Square.
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Golden Gardens Park Build a bonfire or just relax on the beach at this Ballard park on the shores of Puget Sound.
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SoDo and Georgetown Visit Page
Pioneer Square Visit Page
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