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Singer-Songwriter Mindy Smith In Concert

Singer-Songwriter Mindy Smith In Concert

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Mindy Smith received her highest-profile endorsement when she covered Dolly Parton's iconic song "Jolene" for Just Because I'm a Woman, a Parton tribute album. The country icon began publicly singing Smith's praises, and the young singer's career took off from there. Click the link above to hear Mindy Smith perform live in concert from WXPN and World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.

Set List

"Out Loud"

"What Love Can Do"

"If I Didn't Know"

"One Moment More"

"Highs and Lows"

"What Went Wrong"

"Tennessee"

"Come to Jesus"

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Smith's full-length 2004 debut, One Moment More, marked a breakthrough for the New York-bred, Nashville-based singer. Long Island Shores and a lovely holiday album (My Holiday) followed, cementing Smith's following with critics and fans, who continue to respond to her warmly twangy, emotionally raw country-folk music. On Aug. 11, Smith returns with Stupid Love.

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Album
Stupid Love
Artist
Mindy Smith
Label
Wel
Released
2009

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