Facebook pixel

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.

  • Key:
  • Neighborhood
  • Location

Featured areas

  • Key:
  • Neighborhood
  • Journey
Title Description
King Street StationOpened to the public in May 1906, King Street Station serves trains, commuter rail, local and regional buses, and the First Hill Seattle Streetcar.
Visit Website
Sound Garden at Magnuson ParkEnjoy the sites at this beautiful 350 acre park on Sand Point at Pontiac Bay, Lake Washington.
Visit Website
Emerald Street GuitarsOpened in 1996, this vintage guitar store is in the heart of Pioneer Square.
Visit Website
Golden Gardens Park Build a bonfire or just relax on the beach at this Ballard park on the shores of Puget Sound.
Visit Website
University DistrictVisit Page
SoDo and GeorgetownVisit Page
Pioneer SquareVisit Page
BallardVisit Page

SUBSCRIBE TO THE SEATTLE LOCALIST

Seattle’s best every month in your inbox

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Best Western Airport Executel

  • Address: 20717 International Blvd, Seattle WA 98198
  • Neighborhood: SeaTac/Tukwila
  • Phone: (206) 878-3300
  • Website: apexecutel.com

Homewood Suites by Hilton – Seattle Airport

Hotel FIVE

  • Address: 2200 Fifth Ave, Seattle WA 98121
  • Neighborhood: Belltown
  • Phone: (206) 441-9785
  • Website: www.staypineapple.com