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March 10, 2010 The singer-songwriter grew up in North Dakota as the daughter of "motorcycle-riding hippie farmers." Now based in Brooklyn, Egge has crafted several albums of fresh, homespun folk music. Here, she performs with her homemade resonator slide guitar.
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December 11, 2007 The folk singer Ana Egge puts together a relaxed collection of covers on the appropriately titled album Lazy Days. With song titles like "Summer Wastin'" and "It's My Lazy Day," the album meditates on the simple pleasures of leisure time. Egge's has a gorgeous voice that's slightly rough around the edges as she sings warm adaptations to classics by Gene Autry, the Kinks, and other artists.
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