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Lilith Fair founder Sarah McLachlan at a performance in New York's Central Park earlier this summer.
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July 19, 2010 Lara Pellegrinelli interviews critic Ann Powers about the Lilith tour and women in music.
Lilith Fair founder Sarah McLachlan performs in Bonner Springs, Kan., at the festival's July 15 show.
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July 19, 2010 Lilith Fair was one of the most successful touring festivals of the 1990s. Founded by singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan and friends, it featured a lineup of female solo artists and women-led bands. The festival is back this summer after a 10-year hiatus, but slow ticket sales raise questions about whether a women's music festival is necessary in 2010.
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November 22, 2006 Every year brings a flood of new holiday CDs, and with good reason: They're quick and easy to make, most if not all of the songs have already been written, and they get reissued practically every year. From Sufjan Stevens to Twisted Sister to The Chipmunks, here's a look at 2006's holiday crop.
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