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Rhett Miller performs live at Mountain Stage.
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April 4, 2013 Backed by Black Prairie, a string band featuring members of The Decemberists, the singer plays a mix of solo songs and material he's recorded with his group Old 97's.
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Feist performs at the World Cafe 20th-anniversary concert.
May 28, 2012 Hear live performances from The Little Willies, Feist, Amos Lee, Dawes, The Tedeschi Trucks Band, Rhett Miller, Indigo Girls and John Hiatt.
Rhett Miller of The Old 97's recently performed a studio session for KEXP.
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February 22, 2011 In the past 10 years, Miller and his band The Old 97's have performed in the KEXP studios eight times. On this particular visit, Miller gave an especially passionate solo performance of his band's songs. Hear a rollicking studio session, featuring songs from The Grand Theatre, Volume One.
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June 22, 2009 Over the past 15 years, Old 97's frontman and solo singer Rhett Miller has come up with more good songs about bad love than just about any other songwriter. "Another Girlfriend," from his self-titled third solo album, is typically smart and typically bummed-out — a pretty country-rock ballad about a fling that can't happen, and with a depressive, two-timing narrator to boot.
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April 11, 2006 Rhett Miller, the charismatic frontman for alt-country favorites Old 97's, has just released arguably his most commercially accessible disc, The Believer. "Question" closes the album with a sweet slice-of-life sketch detailing a marriage proposal.
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