Musical Performance
9:00 am
Fri March 8, 2013

Singer-Songwriter Shelby Earl Live In Studio

Shelby Earl performing at Neumos in 2011.
Credit Photo Credit/Dave Lichterman For KEXP

Seattle singer-songwriter Shelby Earl released her debut album, the folk-rock "Burn the Boats," in 2011. Since then she’s been touring and working on her second album, due out this year. She stops by the studio to play a few songs ahead of her trip to Austin's South by Southwest festival.

Also this hour: At 29 years old, Aaron Goldsmith is one of the youngest play-by-play broadcasters in Major League Baseball. This season, he’ll join long-time Mariners broadcaster Rick Rizzs in the booth. We'll hear how he made the jump to the big leagues. Puget Sound Business Journal's Steve Wilhelm brings us a look inside Boeing's leadership as the company works to get the Dreamliner back in the air. Plus, Nick Bond joins us with a weekend weather forecast.

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