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Phoebe Snow – RIP


We lost another amazing female musician this week. Phoebe Snow, folk guitarist, vocalist, and prolific composer, died on 04/26/11 from complications stemming from a brain hemorrhage. With smooth, mellow hits, her greatest exposure came from her song “Poetry Man” in 1975.

Strum on Sister!

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Add Some Fresh Tunes To Your Playlists


Just a healthy dose of music by women who bring it. A little something for everyone! Listen. Download. And support!

Singer-Songwriter

Dance & Electronic

Alternative

Pop

Hip Hop

Acoustic/Folk

Alt-Pop

Indie Rock

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Xylos, Emma Hill, The Lindbergh Line + Clara Engel


Electro-Pop band Xylos, is releasing their debut album April 5, 2011. Preview the track “Not Enough” here.
Emma Hill – Folk Roots and Americana. Emma has a new album called “Meet me at the Moon”, out now. Homey vocals with heart.
Montreal dirty-pop band, The Lindbergh Line. Remember all the sneers and strutting of Pat Benatar, Tina Turner, and Cherie Currie? Remember when rock was cool? Well, that’s the kind of rock ethos you’ll get with The Lindbergh Line. Check out their EP “Bang Bang You’ll Be Missed.”
Clara Engel is a prolific Toronto singer-songwriter with a focus on Avant Garde and Experimental. In the studio since she was 21, she has released 7 albums to date. Download her latest live album as well as her others here.

Abi Grace, Violetness + The Walking Hellos


Have a Happy Holiday everyone! This will be the last post of the year! See you in 2011 with more Jukebox Heroines!

Your latest PR shout outs from…

Abi Grace – Seattle folk heroine breaking the mold. Feral Queen!

Violetness – Chicago Pop artist who goes her own way. Reminds me a little of Bjork.

The Walking Hellos – Brooklyn Experimentalists. Fuzzy banjo goodness.

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