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About Lili Haydn

With a two-year resident gig at ultracool death club the Viper Room and a list of session credits that reads like the 1996 Year in Rock, Lili Haydn appears to be the hippest socialite on the Sunset Strip. A classically trained violinist, Haydn made her pop music debut in 1997 with Lili, a confident stroke of postmodern eclecticism that incorporates a variety of styles, including hip-hop, folk and classical music. Her uncompromising brand of grown-up alterna-rock is often compared to Tori Amos, and her virtuoso playing shares center stage with pristine, impassioned vocals.

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Listen toLili Haydnon Napster

With a two-year resident gig at ultracool death club the Viper Room and a list of session credits that reads like the 1996 Year in Rock, Lili Haydn appears to be the hippest socialite on the Sunset Strip. A classically trained violinist, Haydn made her pop music debut in 1997 with Lili, a confident stroke of postmodern eclecticism that incorporates a variety of styles, including hip-hop, folk and classical music. Her uncompromising brand of grown-up alterna-rock is often compared to Tori Amos, and her virtuoso playing shares center stage with pristine, impassioned vocals.

About Lili Haydn

With a two-year resident gig at ultracool death club the Viper Room and a list of session credits that reads like the 1996 Year in Rock, Lili Haydn appears to be the hippest socialite on the Sunset Strip. A classically trained violinist, Haydn made her pop music debut in 1997 with Lili, a confident stroke of postmodern eclecticism that incorporates a variety of styles, including hip-hop, folk and classical music. Her uncompromising brand of grown-up alterna-rock is often compared to Tori Amos, and her virtuoso playing shares center stage with pristine, impassioned vocals.

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About Lili Haydn

With a two-year resident gig at ultracool death club the Viper Room and a list of session credits that reads like the 1996 Year in Rock, Lili Haydn appears to be the hippest socialite on the Sunset Strip. A classically trained violinist, Haydn made her pop music debut in 1997 with Lili, a confident stroke of postmodern eclecticism that incorporates a variety of styles, including hip-hop, folk and classical music. Her uncompromising brand of grown-up alterna-rock is often compared to Tori Amos, and her virtuoso playing shares center stage with pristine, impassioned vocals.

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