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Whatcom Talk Article about To Whom It May Concern!

https://www.whatcomtalk.com/2024/06/04/to-whom-it-may-concern-locals-invited-to-take-part-in-a-show-like-no-other

NEXT SHOW JUNE 20TH

There are a few spots left for letters if you have something you’d like to read. Send us a note at letters@readyourletter.com, we’d love to hear from you!

BRADY McATEE JOINS OUR APRIL 18th SHOW


Brady McAtee is a ventriloquist and musician in Bellingham Washington who specializes in nostalgic performance. Brady handcrafts his puppets in his workshop and enjoys performing frequently around the Whatcom County area. His style is directly inspired by the vaudevillian ventriloquists who pioneered the artform near the turn of the 20th century.

ALLIJAH MOTIKA JOINS APRIL LETTER SHOW!

Allijah Motika is a singer/songwriter from Asheville, North Carolina. His songs tell stories of the simple things in life and the uncertainty of the unknown, delivered with playful melodies and thoughtful lyrics. Since arriving in Bellingham in 2019 he has been slowly gathering stories to tell. “Every story is a song that’s just waiting for someone to find it…and start to sing.”

EVAN INGALLS JOINS THE MARCH 14TH SHOW!

Evan creates, preforms, records and produces music…a verifiable Bon Vivant! He will be playing his own music at the March 14th show and accompanying the letters. You can learn more about Evan on his website https://evaningalls.com

NEXT LIVE SHOW MARCH 14TH

You can listen to an episode from the To Whom It May Concern archives this Sunday February 18th 8:30pm on KMRE 88.3FM. You can listen from almost anywhere in the world by visiting KMRE’s website and choosing the LISTEN LIVE button. https://kmre.org/

KIMBERLY ROSS!!

Kimberly is lending us her voice to read the “lobby letter” – a communal letter typed on a vintage typewriter by audience members passing through the New Prospect Theatre. Doesn’t that sound grand!

ANDREW SCHONEBERG

Andrew, a co-producer on the KMRE radio versions of To Whom It May Concern, has decided to step in front of the microphone and share a few letters from the gilded years of advertising.

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