Eye 5 explores the cutting edge of popular and roots music. The discerning ear will recognize elements of the newest in Rock, Americana, and Alternative sounds interwoven into a rich tapestry -- perfectly suited to a Pacific Northwest Saturday afternoon. It's designed to appeal to a curious, intelligent mind, and a pair of open ears.
Eye 5 began airing on KLCC April 4, 2015.
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