The Bristol Homegrown SHOW. The Homegrown Network joins up with BCfm Radio spreading the word,supporting Bristol music and promoting urban talent to an even bigger audience
The Bristol Homegrown SHOW. The Homegrown Network joins up with BCfm Radio spreading the word,supporting Bristol music and promoting urban talent to an even bigger audience. Join Bristol's Urban Music Champion Kilaze as he plays you some of our finest upcoming& established artists. The Bristol Homegrown SHOW.
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Marc Bristol played in garage bands in high school and college, then switched to playing solo Folk, Country & Blues on the college coffee house circuit in 1968. Moving to a cabin in the Cascade Mountains in 1971 with the express purpose of writing songs he began a career at Seattle's Pike Place Market in the Soup'n'Salad Cafe, and on the streets there, rubbing shoulders with the later famous Artis the Spoonman. We do hope you enjoy these old songs!
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