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December 28, 2009 British singer-songwriter Thea Gilmore recently stopped by Mountain Stage to perform music from her latest album, Liejacker. Released in September, it's the follow-up to her critically acclaimed Harpo's Ghost, as well as the product of adversities in Gilmore's personal life and professional career. The result is some of her starkest and most emotional songs.
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September 15, 2003 The Beatley sounds of Sleepy Jackson; England's singer/songwriter Thea Gilmore; Putting the 'fun' in jazz with Sex Mob; 1930s jazz from trumpeter Bunny Berigan. Featured Artist: Rufus Wainwright.
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