88 Seconds with Jeanna Salzer of Bright Kind

88 Seconds with Jeanna Salzer of Bright Kind

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Every week, 88Nine talks to someone in the music scene about — well, anything — for a little less than a minute and a half. Even I don’t know what they’ll talk about. They pick from a handlful of sealed envelopes and have to answer the questions inside. We have categories of questions for musicians, producers, journalists, DJ’s, promoters and fans. They can talk as long as they’d like. We edit to make sure it’s 88 seconds long.

From “strangest gig ever” to “what was your first concert?” or “favorite condiment,” get a peek into the lives of the people who make, produce, promote and broadcast the great music you hear in Milwaukee. 

I was excited that Jeanna was down for 88 Seconds – she was the first person who had actually seen a concept of the segment –  and she didn't disappoint, sharing a lot of great stories and tackling lots of questions. Too many questions actually, some answers sadly didn't make it to the final cut, including Seattle being her favorite place to visit. She also has great taste in condiments.

Bright Kind's debut album is a lovely slice of synth pop. You can hear "Seams" on Radio Milwaukee. They also stopped by for 414 Music several times. Check out more with the band here.

Bright Kind

Questions Asked

What is your pre-show ritual?
Fame or fortune?
Last meal?
First concert your parents took you to?
Favorite condiment?

 

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