A great singer/songwriter you've likely never heard
April 20, 2013 12:02 PM Subscribe
Lianne Smith (no relation to the murderer) is a Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter. She was a member of the great lost trio Shackwacky, and aside from solo gigs also appeared frequently in Joe Hurley’s revue shows and the Losers Lounge. After more than 20 years of fans begging her to record a CD, she finally did, with the help of Anton Fier, Tony Scherr, Neill Furio, and others. She says her music “dispenses with the panoramic shot in favor of zooming in on the bee and the flower. Grown-up songs about architecture, thieves, bicycles, the end of summer, and two roads that diverge in a wood.” Listen (and buy, if you choose) to Two Sides of a River.
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