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January 26, 2015 The singer-songwriter, who topped the pop charts in the '90s, plays a mix of old and new favorites.
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Lisa Loeb poses for the cameras on arrival for a Special Screening of DreamWork's Pictures' Fright Night on Aug. 17, 2011, in Hollywood, Calif.
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February 1, 2013 Singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb burst onto the pop scene in the mid-'90s, and since then has released children's albums, books and even had stints on reality TV. Her new album, No Fairy Tale, is her first adult album since 2004.
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December 30, 2008 One of the best years for kids' music in recent memory includes releases from artists with feet firmly in both kid-friendly and adult-oriented worlds. Old favorites went in new directions, while emerging artists gave a glimpse of the future of a genre as diverse and unpredictable as kids themselves.
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