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About Natalie Merchant

Beginning her career in 1981 as cofounder and front woman of '80s/'90s Folk-Pop luminaries 10,000 Maniacs, Merchant's enchanting alto has found recent prosperity in the medium of solo performance. Usually supported by a sparse, tasteful smattering of guitars, strings, piano, and light rhythms, Merchant's voice and songs have always been employed as vehicles for her social commentary, rather than high school dramatics or slacker-inspired, neo-existential angst. Her first two solo albums, Tigerlily in 1995, and Ophelia in 1998, have been major commercial successes.

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Listen toNatalie Merchanton Napster

Beginning her career in 1981 as cofounder and front woman of '80s/'90s Folk-Pop luminaries 10,000 Maniacs, Merchant's enchanting alto has found recent prosperity in the medium of solo performance. Usually supported by a sparse, tasteful smattering of guitars, strings, piano, and light rhythms, Merchant's voice and songs have always been employed as vehicles for her social commentary, rather than high school dramatics or slacker-inspired, neo-existential angst. Her first two solo albums, Tigerlily in 1995, and Ophelia in 1998, have been major commercial successes.

About Natalie Merchant

Beginning her career in 1981 as cofounder and front woman of '80s/'90s Folk-Pop luminaries 10,000 Maniacs, Merchant's enchanting alto has found recent prosperity in the medium of solo performance. Usually supported by a sparse, tasteful smattering of guitars, strings, piano, and light rhythms, Merchant's voice and songs have always been employed as vehicles for her social commentary, rather than high school dramatics or slacker-inspired, neo-existential angst. Her first two solo albums, Tigerlily in 1995, and Ophelia in 1998, have been major commercial successes.

About Natalie Merchant

Beginning her career in 1981 as cofounder and front woman of '80s/'90s Folk-Pop luminaries 10,000 Maniacs, Merchant's enchanting alto has found recent prosperity in the medium of solo performance. Usually supported by a sparse, tasteful smattering of guitars, strings, piano, and light rhythms, Merchant's voice and songs have always been employed as vehicles for her social commentary, rather than high school dramatics or slacker-inspired, neo-existential angst. Her first two solo albums, Tigerlily in 1995, and Ophelia in 1998, have been major commercial successes.