Back from the break, today's episode is with the incredible Natalie Walker. Natalie has served as the executive director of Rain City Rock Camp since co-founding the organization in 2008 and is an active participant in the Seattle music community as the bassist and vocalist for rock band Another Perfect Crime and the bassist for Grace Love and the Dirty Church. Natalie is such a beautiful soul, and shares her heart in this interview about empowering girls, women, and gender non-conforming folks to embrace their authentic selves through music. She’s such a badass, and in this episode she shares so much wisdom about how to trade your idea of perfection for a life where you get to define success on your own terms.
If you or your teen want to rock out with Rain City Rock Camp, you can do so at: https://www.raincityrockcamp.org (to maintain safety during COVID-19, RCRC is offering their programs virtually, which provides a whole new way of learning music and playing in a band!)
Check out Natalie's band, Another Perfect Crime: https://anotherperfectcrime.bandcamp.com
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Be well, fail big, and go wreck your perfection!
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