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Sera Cahoone: Sounds Like Homeopbmusic.org

Sera Cahoone may have started her career as a drummer, but the Seattle musician has made a name for herself as a singer-songwriter. Her third album in the past five years, Deer Creek Canyon, often finds the Colorado native looking homeward (as the title track indicates) on a personal collection that also happens to be sweetly, soothingly tuneful. We recently joined Cahoone and her band during sound check before a performance at the Doug Fir in Portland.

Credits
  • Audio recording/mixing: Steven Kray
  • Video production: Jarratt Taylor
  • Video shooters: Nate Sjol, Jarratt Taylor, David Christensen
  • Photos: Nathan Quigley
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