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Butterfly Boucher in Concert on Mountain Stage - 10/23/2008

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Butterfly Boucher On Mountain Stage

Butterfly Boucher On Mountain Stage

Butterfly Boucher in Concert on Mountain Stage - 10/23/2008

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Butterfly Boucher performed on Mountain Stage.

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SET LIST

  • "All of the Things"
  • "Scary Fragile"
  • "I Can't Make Me"

Australian-born singer Butterfly Boucher was making instrumental music on a 4-track recorder at the age of 10. Soon afterward, she was singing and playing bass in her sister's band, The Mercy Bell.

Boucher plays all of the instruments (including piano, vibes, bass, organ, guitar and percussion) on her 2004 album Flutterby. Here, she performs with just an electric guitar — and previews her latest album with "Scary Fragile" — before going back to her first single, "I Can't Make Me."

This segment originally ran Oct. 23, 2008.