Liz Phair
Liz Phair (born Elizabeth Clark Phair on April 17, 1967 in New Haven, Connecticut) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. She was a cornerstone in the underground early '90s indie rock movement for her songcraft and DIY ethics. Her sound developed at the turn of the century into something more akin to pop or adult contemporary. Phair's entry into the music industry began when she met guitarist Chris Brokaw, a member of the band Come. Brokaw was visiting her San Francisco loft-mate Nora Maccoby when he heard Phair's songs
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Liz Phair
Liz Phair (born Elizabeth Clark Phair on April 17, 1967 in New Haven, Connecticut) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. She was a cornerstone in the underground early '90s indie rock movement for her songcraft and DIY ethics. Her sound developed at the turn of the century into something more akin to pop or adult contemporary. Phair's entry into the music industry began when she met guitarist Chris Brokaw, a member of the band Come. Brokaw was visiting her San Francisco loft-mate Nora Maccoby when he heard Phair's songs
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You know when you like someone, and you're trying painfully hard not to mess it up and still play it cool? It's like that. Enjoy! If you liked this track, be sure to check out my other stuff! Send me a message saying you heard it here first. Instagram: @ruth_etc Facebook: Ruth Etc Apple Music: Ruth Etc Twitter: @ruth_etc_music Spotify: Ruth Etc Soundcloud: Ruth Etc TikTok: @ruthetcmore
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It is a tradition in my church and my family to dig graves for loved ones with shovels by hand as an act of service. A grave digging is a beautiful thing. People gather around, we take turns passing shovels, passing whisky, telling stories and memories of the deceased. It's cathartic and such a beautiful tradition. I didn't think it was weird until I was about 15, I thought everyone did that at their church. So I wrote a song about it with a killer cello feature. Be sure to check out my other songs on slaps. If you like what you hear, follow along, send me a message that you heard it here first, and I'll follow back. Instagram: @ruth_etc Facebook: Ruth Etc Apple Music: Ruth Etc Twitter: @ruth_etc_music Spotify: Ruth Etc Soundcloud: Ruth Etc TikTok: @ruthetcmore
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