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2010 release from the American singer/songwriter. In the spring of 2006 she moved to LA from Rhode Island and started her own night with musician friends at a bar called Crane's Hollywood Tavern in her neighborhood, which she named Beachwood Rockers' Society. Little by little, things seemed to come together; she recorded a five-track EP named Why You Runnin' with her friend Bill Reynolds of Band of Horses that caught something of a fire in the States last year. She headed to Nashville to record with Jacquire King (who was fresh from working with the Kings of Leon). What came out of it was the bulk of her debut album, Catching a Tiger; 12 songs that range from bluesy-folk to unfettered pop and showcase both her remarkable voice and her songwriting chops. Sony. 2010.
2010 release from the American singer/songwriter. In the spring of 2006 she moved to LA from Rhode Island and started her own night with musician friends at a bar called Crane's Hollywood Tavern in her neighborhood, which she named Beachwood Rockers' Society. Little by little, things seemed to come together; she recorded a five-track EP named Why You Runnin' with her friend Bill Reynolds of Band of Horses that caught something of a fire in the States last year. She headed to Nashville to record with Jacquire King (who was fresh from working with the Kings of Leon). What came out of it was the bulk of her debut album, Catching a Tiger; 12 songs that range from bluesy-folk to unfettered pop and showcase both her remarkable voice and her songwriting chops. Sony. 2010.
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Format: CD
Label: SONY UK
Catalog: 8869767260
Rel. Date: 06/29/2010
UPC: 886976726027

Catching A Tiger [Import]
Artist: Lissie
Format: CD
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2010 release from the American singer/songwriter. In the spring of 2006 she moved to LA from Rhode Island and started her own night with musician friends at a bar called Crane's Hollywood Tavern in her neighborhood, which she named Beachwood Rockers' Society. Little by little, things seemed to come together; she recorded a five-track EP named Why You Runnin' with her friend Bill Reynolds of Band of Horses that caught something of a fire in the States last year. She headed to Nashville to record with Jacquire King (who was fresh from working with the Kings of Leon). What came out of it was the bulk of her debut album, Catching a Tiger; 12 songs that range from bluesy-folk to unfettered pop and showcase both her remarkable voice and her songwriting chops. Sony. 2010.
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