Abby Williamson is a photographer, writer, and video blogger with a passion for live music – especially the local scene. She recently moved to Seattle after commuting from Gig Harbor for shows an average of once a week for five years, so she’s happy to not have to drive as much and photograph even more concerts!
When she’s not elbowing her way up to the front row at a show or sorting through thousands of photos of those shows, Abby also does freelance wedding photography, all the while cultivating a decent-sized following on YouTube.
Abby has contributed to several music blogs over the last five years (and she’s really excited to join the SMI team!), and has been published in at least one album booklet for the band, Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin. She would like people to know that while music photography and writing is a huge passion in her life – she is a fan first, photographer second.
Melodic Caring Project was proud and honoured to team up with Coldplay to livestream their documentary "A Head Full of Dreams" to kids in hospitals all around the world.
"Today I got to watch the Coldplay documentary premiere and it was absolutely incredible...I live with Cerebral Palsy and as a result I live with chronic pain. Music is something that brings me an undeniable sense of joy...I am so grateful for the breaks from the pain and discomfort and today your music did that for me...Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart. Forever grateful, rockSTAR Kaelyn"
Huge 🙏 to Coldplay for sending so much ❤️ AND a special surprise shoutout from Chris Martin to our rockSTARS in hospitals.
Actionesse has an allllllllbummmmm coming out on Friday via Den Tapes! Here's our in-depth take on 'The Deep, Bright Below,' and be sure to catch their album release show this Saturday at the Clock-Out Lounge! Ten Miles Wide // Actionesse / MKB Ultra If you need more time to prepare yourself, that's okay, because they're also playing Fisherman's Village Music Festival 2019 next month. w00+! ... See MoreSee Less
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