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Cindy Lee Berryhill

About Cindy Lee Berryhill

The landscape is currently awash in female Adult Alternative folkies and symphonic pop indie rockers, but Cindy Lee Berryhill has been working both these fields for many years now. This singer-songwriter weaves engaging tunes full of wry social and personal observations and then builds intricate arrangements for them. Berryhill wears her heart and her influences on her sleeve -- Garage Orchestra (1995) features a fitting tribute to Brian Wilson, who influenced her sound as much as any number of '60s coffeehouse waifs.

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Cindy Lee Berryhill

The landscape is currently awash in female Adult Alternative folkies and symphonic pop indie rockers, but Cindy Lee Berryhill has been working both these fields for many years now. This singer-songwriter weaves engaging tunes full of wry social and personal observations and then builds intricate arrangements for them. Berryhill wears her heart and her influences on her sleeve -- Garage Orchestra (1995) features a fitting tribute to Brian Wilson, who influenced her sound as much as any number of '60s coffeehouse waifs.

About Cindy Lee Berryhill

The landscape is currently awash in female Adult Alternative folkies and symphonic pop indie rockers, but Cindy Lee Berryhill has been working both these fields for many years now. This singer-songwriter weaves engaging tunes full of wry social and personal observations and then builds intricate arrangements for them. Berryhill wears her heart and her influences on her sleeve -- Garage Orchestra (1995) features a fitting tribute to Brian Wilson, who influenced her sound as much as any number of '60s coffeehouse waifs.

About Cindy Lee Berryhill

The landscape is currently awash in female Adult Alternative folkies and symphonic pop indie rockers, but Cindy Lee Berryhill has been working both these fields for many years now. This singer-songwriter weaves engaging tunes full of wry social and personal observations and then builds intricate arrangements for them. Berryhill wears her heart and her influences on her sleeve -- Garage Orchestra (1995) features a fitting tribute to Brian Wilson, who influenced her sound as much as any number of '60s coffeehouse waifs.