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ARTery: K. Flay From Stanford To Stage

K. Flay performing at The Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco, CA, in  in February 2010. (Flickr: Gregory Wild-Smith)

K. Flay performing at The Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco, CA, in in February 2010. (Flickr: Gregory Wild-Smith)

We were recently joined by Bonnie Hayes, the new chair of the songwriting department at Berklee College of Music. She’s written for artists like Bonnie Raitt, Cher, and David Crosby, but today, she joins us to talk about a very different kind of music. The rapper K. Flay is the focus of this week’s ARTery segment, where we talk to artists and critics about what’s exciting them in the Boston arts scene.

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Bonnie Hayes, chair of the songwriting department at Berklee College of Music.

 


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