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Episode 32A: Tokio Weigh Station

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review

Tokio Weigh Station features guitarist/pianist/singer-songwriter Wililam Brasch. If the name rings familiar it’s probably because he’s the cousin of local guitar gurus Joe and Paul Brasch. Relatively new on the scene, Tokio Weigh Station plays a cool blend of piano-based classic rock/indie pop. Since the podcast moved to CenterStage, this is the first band to take advantage of the grand piano in the performance space. TWS is recording a new album with Wild Hogan Records studio, so be on the lookout for that.

 
Tags: 7, Guitar, indie, music, piano, pop, rock, vocals

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