Today at 7 pm at the Project Room City Arts Magazine editor Jonathan Zwickel will host a discussion about Seattle's soul, funk, and boogie scene of the '70s and '80s. A former Stranger music editor, Zwickel wrote the liner notes for Light in the Attic's compilation Wheedle's Groove II: Seattle Funk, Modern Soul & Boogie 1972-1987. He'll moderate a discussion with Family Affair drummer Robbie Hill, Teleclere member Tony Benton, gospel/funk/soul diva Bernadette Bascom (who's sung with Stevie Wonder), and Frederick Robinson lll, famous for the religious-funk jam "Love One Another."

This free event is part of the Project Room's How Is Seattle Remembered? series. More info here. Project Room is located at 1315 E. Pine St. in Capitol Hill.