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News for Jolie Holland in 2004

Tuesday, December 21st, 2004

Jolie Holland and Tom Waits on Paste's Year End Top 20.

#17: Jolie Holland – Escondido (Anti-) – If the nu-Americana written about in this issue needs a promo CD, there’d be few better choices than Escondido. While it’s easy to imagine the sounds of Holland’s second album floating from your grandma’s old phonograph, there’s little nostalgia here ...

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Wednesday, September 8th, 2004

Jolie Holland interviewed on Puremusic.com.

Puremusic interview with Jolie Holland by Frank Goodman. Texan by birth, gypsy by nature, Jolie Holland is quietly carving a niche for herself in the musical landscape. She and Samantha Parton crossed paths some years back, a meeting that ultimately culminated in the forming of The Be Good Tanyas. She ...

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Monday, July 5th, 2004

World Cafe to broadcast a session with Jolie Holland.

The World Cafe will be broadcasting the session with Jolie Holland on Tuesday, July 13th. The World Cafe with David Dye can be heard on more than 160 stations nationwide. Fans can find their local station by going to the World Cafe website, or they can listen online Monday to ...

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Wednesday, December 1st, 2004

Anti-/Epitaph artists recieve 11 PLUG Independent Music Award nominations!

The PLUG Independent Music Awards began in 2001 and are dedicated to celebrating the artists that flourish independent of Major label support. PLUG is about the independent community – fans and biz – coming together to recognize its own. Epitaph and Anti- have recieved 11 nominations for this year's awards including ...

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Tuesday, July 20th, 2004

See the latest press quotes about our ANTI- artists!

A Girl Called Eddy “A Girl Called Eddy” 4 Stars “Enjoyably depressing New Jersey songwriter’s debut.” Considering how many songs are recorded about heartbreak and loss, it’s striking how few of them hit home with any genuine emotional connection. Luckily no one’s told Erin Moran, who materializes ...

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