Marco Collins is a radio DJ credited with putting Seattle on the map in the 1990’s by breaking bands such as Nirvana and Pearl Jam during his time as Music Director at Seattle’s 107.7 ‘The End.’ Marco has been called the mad conductor behind the 90’s grunge explosion and his contributions to music history even landed him a spot in The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame. In this episode of I Was There, Marco talks about how his passion for supporting Seattle’s underground music scene led to the international stardom of music’s biggest rock stars like Kurt Cobain and Eddie Vedder.
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