Carrie Brownstein

musician, writer and actress

Guest

Co-creator and co-star of IFC's Portlandia

Carrie Brownstein on KCRW

Musician/actor Carrie Brownstein joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss writing a memoir and kicking off the final season of Portlandia.

Carrie Brownstein: Portlandia

Musician/actor Carrie Brownstein joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss writing a memoir and kicking off the final season of Portlandia.

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