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Anna Laube: 'Angelina'

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Anna Laube: 'Angelina'

Anna Laube: 'Angelina'

Anna Laube: 'Angelina'

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Singer-songwriter Anna Laube

Described as "a name you'll want to remember" by the San Francisco Bay Guardian, Anna Laube makes intimate, heartfelt songs rooted in traditional Americana. With a strong voice reminiscent of Neko Case or Jenny Lewis, Laube sings with a slight but refreshing country twang over a mix of blues, country and folk.

Now living in the San Francisco Bay Area, Laube was raised in Iowa City, IA and Madison, WI. She's also spent time in Minnesota, Florida and Belgium. Her debut CD is Outta My Head. It's a collection of 12 original tracks on life and love, featuring Birger Olsen, Nick Moran, Jason Quever and Mark Whitcomb.

The featured track, "Angelina," is and ode to Laube's guitar.