Seattle was known for its role in music history long before Rhapsody made the city its headquarters. So it makes sense that the city that was home to legendary musicians like Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana would establish a music commission to protect and expand the legacy, and that Rhapsody would be part of it.

That’s why we are proud to announce that Rhapsody vice president Jody McKinley has joined the 21-person commission comprised of various business leaders in the local music scene. Jody is an avid fan of music and live performances. Throughout his career, he

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has been able to combine his passion for live music with his work through performance sponsorships and promotional events, including participation by many Seattle-area musicians.

Expect to hear more about Rhapsody’s involvement in the commission, and more about what we are doing to bring fans closer to artists–in Rhapsody and beyond.