The Way with Jazz & Tae – Emerald City Gala

Ep. 22 – Emerald City Gala ft. Marshall of the Marshall Law Band

In episode 22 of the Way, Jazz and Taé welcome back Marshall of the Marshall Law Band. They discuss new music projects and the community that the band has cultivated within the Seattle music scene.

Marshall, Jazz, and Tae also discuss an upcoming charity event called the Emerald City Gala. This inaugural event, taking place December 23, is a one of a kind winter festival, that gives the Seattle community a chance to come together, share their talent and network while also getting glammed up for a good cause. Your girls from the Way will be working the red carpet and interviewing artists, so you’ll definitely want to be in attendance and dressed to impress. 😉

There are donation boxes located in various locations throughout the city, and Seattle-ites will have the chance to donate for this “December to Remember” at various events happening throughout the month.

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You can get tickets today for the Biggest Ugly Sweater Holiday bash taking place December 7 now:

Also grab your tickets for the Gala at Eventbrite:

*A special thank you to PodNow for allowing us to use their studio to record this interview!*

Important links for more information below:

Marshall Law Band
Instagram: @marshalllawband
Twitter: @marshalllawband

The Way Jazz and Tae
Insta: @thewayjazzandtae
Twitter: @TheWayJT
YouTube: The Way with Jazz and Tae

Instagram: @jazzymonet93

Instagram and Twitter: @sry_boutit

Shantaé Album of the Week
Tinashe Songs for You:
Torey Lanez Chixtape 5:

Jasmine Album of the Week
Doja Cat Hot Pink Album:

Marshall’s Album of the Week
Dave Matthews Band Live:
Kevin Gates I’m Him:

Soundbite from the Grinch: Wrongo!

Intro and Outro Music: “First Sight” by Yung Kartz
From the Yung Kartz (Beat Store)