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So, You're In Seattle: Bryce Segall

May 29th | categories: Interview, Local

He may not live here anymore, but Bryce visited home for the Memorial Day weekend, and I got him to come check in and tell us what he's up to. An intern, production assistant, and eventual DJ on The End, he's actually followed the station for longer than everyone else.

I've known Bryce a long time, and everything he's done has always been either on his own terms or against his will while he reminds you that you're wrong. It may seem terrible (and can be) but Bryce's determination is backed by impeccable sense of foreshadowing. He's always ahead of the movement and knows how to communicate it effectively.

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So, You're In Seattle: Bryce Segall
| May 29, 2014 at 9:52AM
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| May 29, 2014 at 11:18PM
That was beautiful. I tried thinking of something to say that was more than one word but that's really what it was. You guys were hilarious, but deep at the same time. Just a quick question, I have been searching through your website and I was wondering if I could somehow suggest a band or a song? The group is called Loon Lake. I'm sure you get these types of comments all the time and no offense taken if this gets dismissed. You guys are awesome and you make me proud to live in such an awesome place.

| May 30, 2014 at 7:29AM
Hey Hunter, thanks so much for the nice comment, dude! I'll pass on Loon Lake to those who control things! ;) Have a great weekend

Doug Harvey
| May 30, 2014 at 9:58AM
Brycecast you guys are too much. I was camping right behind you for that Sasquatch gig, kept me up all night, musthave been that brownie. Gregr, always my favorite, see you guys at Summer camp.

Tyler Young
| May 31, 2014 at 5:51AM
There have been so many great people that have come and gone through the station, The End should consider putting together a video that traces the history of the station along with bios and clips of all the people through the history. I bet people would get a kick out of seeing what their favorite DJs looked like and who voiced the cheeky promotional stuff (I always wondered about that!)

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