Morning Music News: My Goodness, THEESatisfaction, Fly Moon Royalty, & Folklife's Grammy Grant Award"/>
Northwest Folklife won a Grammy! Well, not really. They were actually awarded grant funding from the Grammy Foundation. But how cool is that? With their $4000 award, the Fest will be cataloging their massive collection of audio recordings that document "40 years of the musical and cultural heritage of the Pacific Northwest...with the goal of making these historical records available to YOU via our website." Don't miss the Folklife Festival Preview Party on May 3 at the Tractor and join the Grammy Foundation in support of this beloved Seattle music fest.
My Goodness officially released their debut single! It's "C'mon Doll" and you've probably heard it from last year's awesome self-titled album, but this hardworking crew is finally steamrolling towards the national attention they deserve, and the NEW video for the track is currently streaming at NME.com.
Speaking of videos, NME is also streaming TheeSatisfaction's brand-new sexy ass video for "QueenS". To his credit, our very own Todd Hamm tipped this yesterday, but seriously. HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
On the subject of sexy people, Fly Moon Royalty have a brand-new single to share. It's called "Betta Have My Money," it features a crunchy sample from freaky soul sister Betty Davis, and I can't think of a better track to get the weekend started!