King County Prosecutor Will Rock The SoKing Radio Launch Party Wed. Night
Did you know that when he’s not busy putting bad guys away, King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg is a member in two bands? And this Wednesday night, Feb. 15th you’ll get a chance to see him perform live at the Launch Party for our latest sister media venture – SoKing Internet Radio!
Satterberg and his Treehouse Dreamers bandmate Rusty Fallis will perform two songs live after opening act Jordan Biggs plays, sometime between 6:20 – 6:45 p.m. at the Tin Theater in Burien. Be sure to get there early though (5/5:30 p.m.-ish) as we’re certain the joint will be packed. The event is FREE and open to the public; the Tin Theater is located at 923 SW 152nd in Olde Burien.
If you can’t attend though don’t fret – just bookmark sokinginternetradio.com and click on the “Listen Now” button around 6 p.m. Wed. Feb. 15th; if the stream is silent don’t worry, be patient and keep listening – we’re planning on pushing magical buttons and broadcasting live as close to 6 p.m. as we can!
The Prosecutor/Rocker was born and raised in the Burien/Normandy Park area, went to Highline High School in the 70s, then graduated from the UW before going on to become King County Prosecutor. On the side Dan is involved with two bands – Treehouse Dreamers, with all original music, and a cover band called The Approximations.
Satterberg will be the second local musician playing at our party, which we believe is a fitting way to launch! SoKing Internet Radio will be (far as we know) the first Internet Radio Station tied into a network of local blogs in the Northwest (perhaps the entire US), with a mission of promoting and showcasing local music from the region, with heavy emphasis on tracks from the South King County area. We plan on playing a lot of Treehouse Dreamers, along with many other local bands, musicians and songwriters from many different genres. If you’ve got some music you’d like us to consider, please email [email protected]!
Here’s a video of Dan playing bass and singing “Played Before” with his band at Mick Kelly’s in 2008: