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February 27, 2012 Get nostalgic with World Cafe's roundup of archival interviews, featuring '90s modern-rock stars Liz Phair, Belly, Matthew Sweet and more.
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February 21, 2007 Kristin Hersh helped define the sound of late-'80s and early-'90s college rock as the lead singer and songwriter for Throwing Muses. Striking out on her own, however, she embraces everything from hushed acoustic balladry and folk to full-on rock, all balanced by her natural pop instincts.
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February 13, 2007 Kristin Hersh's lyrics often read like stream-of-consciousness poetry, with the words painting the pictures in her head. "Under the Gun" uses the life of a sad character to illustrate the way everyone tries to get by. Hersh specializes in building to a crushing chorus, and the song delivers just that.
March 10, 2001 Host Lisa Simeone talks with singer and songwriter Kristin Hersh about her new album, her busy family life, and what it was like being in a rock band, Throwing Muses, at age fourteen. Kristen Hersh's new album is called Sunny Border Blue.
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