In this special episode, Allison talks with PNW local and musician Reggie Garrett about his lifetime of work in the industry, history's influence on the image of black success, and what it means to him to challenge societal expectations.Website: www.reggiegarrett.comReggie Garrett has been performing throughout the U.S. and Canada for a number of years. Based in Seattle, Washington he performs mostly original songs mixed with pop covers and more traditional style folk ballads. He is the purveyor of a unique urban strain of (mostly) acoustic music incorporating a number of diverse influences, including: Folk, Latin rhythms, Blues, Gospel, Celtic, Rock, Jazz and more. The result is a musical blend that has excited and touched audiences throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Episode 18 - The 4-2-5 Defence with Reggie Garrett (Maine Black Bears Cornerbacks Coach)
Coach Reggie Garrett joins us today to talk about the 4-2-5 Defence and how he develops his Cornerbacks at the University of Maine. Check out www.bafca.co.uk for more information and ensure that you subscribe to this podcast to receive notifications on future episodes. Contact @coachlillis on social media or email firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback or if you wish to be a future guest on the show.
October 18, 2017: Reggie Garrett - The Poet's Lament
Artist of the Week Podcast
Bushwick Book Club Seattle member Reggie Garrett wrote this song in response to the work of 2017 Jack Straw Writer afrose fatima ahmed, whose voice is also heard here. Listen to the Bushwick Book Club's album of music inspired by all twelve 2017 Jack Straw Writers at https://thebushwickbookclubseattle.bandcamp.com