Morning Joe at Spotify

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Spotify moved into its Manhattan offices in September 2013. The streaming service now takes up 123,000 square feet of the seventh floor of 620 Sixth Avenue. Spotify has 11 offices around the globe.
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A Spotify employee hard at work while an enlarged album cover of John Coletrane’s “Blue Train” looks on.
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Bands that perform at or visit the Spotify offices are encouraged to sign a snare drum head.
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Joe Scarborough talks with Spotify VP of Global Communications, Angela Watts.
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Joe jams with the Spotify house band, The Black List.
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Joe and the Spotify house band, The Black List, run through covers of The Rolling Stones’ “Jumpin Jack Flash” and The Clash’s “Should I Stay or Should I Go”
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Joe talks with Spotify Chief Content Officer Ken Parks at the Spotify offices in Manhattan.
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Spotify Head of Artist Services Britt Morgan-Saks talks with Joe and Morning Joe audio director David Quanvie at the Spotify DJ booth.
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Performers often drop by the Spotify office for special live sets. Emerging singer Sam Hunt brought by his brand of country rock on the day Morning Joe visited.
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Spotify employees enjoy the songs of Sam Hunt.
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Morning Joe at Spotify

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