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August 23, 2007 On her gorgeous new eponymous CD, it's easy to forget that Keren Ann, a French singer of Israeli-Dutch-Indonesian heritage, is anything but American. "Lay Your Head Down" sounds like Cowboy Junkies once again paying tribute to Velvet Underground.
June 26, 2007 With a sound that recalls classic pop songwriters like Francoise Hardy, chanteuse and multi-instrumentalist Keren Ann combines literate, worldly pop with delicate vocals and subtly catchy melodies. Hear an interview and in-studio performance.
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March 16, 2007 With a rich multicultural heritage, Keren Ann made her way around Israel and Holland before settling in Paris. Combining elements of trip-hop, folk and French pop, her first albums were wildly successful in Europe and now make an attempt in New York. Produced by KUT.
March 22, 2005 Producer Ashley Kahn takes a closer look at "Chelsea Burns," a song from Nolita, the latest CD from singer-songwriter Keren Ann.
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March 9, 2005 A new single from The Postal Service; The Pink Floyd-inspired Radar Brothers; Ambient electronica from Oregon's Eluvium; Misadventures with Andrew Morgan; Mediterranean music and more.
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