About Christine Lavin
Couching wry social commentary on the romantic mores of the times in resilient folk melodies is Christine Lavin's forte. As a songwriter, she brings the shrewd insights and salty witticisms of a humor columnist together with a novelist's eye for evocative details. Abundantly clever and unabashedly fond of a good laugh, Lavin is a mirthful alternative to folk's sometimes stultifying airs of self-importance. She is also widely known as the impresario behind feisty, folky femmes fatales, Four Bitchin' Babes.