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Episode 2: There’s a Place - Liverpool and Municipalities’ Music Identities

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In this second of three episodes, we head to Liverpool, UK, a seaport city in northwestern England, to explore the importance of place when it comes to a city’s music identity. While we’re there we will also see how Liverpool has become a bonafide music city based on historical significance and as a part of the UNESCO Cities of Music Network.


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What genre do you consider to be the Liverpool sound? What’s your city’s distinctive sound? Let us know via either Twitter or Mastodon.
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