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  1. Red Candles
  2. Big Puffy Girl Handwriting
  3. Frog Song
  4. Back Of Your Hand
  5. I Held The Satchel
  6. Wrestling Song
  7. All
  8. Spider Writer
  9. Why You Worry
  10. >

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I met Danielle back in the early 90’s in Charleston, SC playing at a rock club with some friends of mine. I was totally taken aback by her southern punk rock, and got a view into what a folk musician gone rogue could be. Her voice was as classic as Patsy Cline with a southern drawl to match, her lyrics and life were straight out of a Flannery O’Connor story, and her musical leanings ran the gamut from punk to country to folk to jazz to rock. She hung with the southern kids in the Carolinas and the punks in DC. She has been adored and touted as the “musician’s musician, the songwriter’s writer,” she has constantly reinvented herself and rolled with every punch the music industry could come up with. thrash/folk/metal.

Live At McKissick Museum, released in 1996, quenched the thirst of folks that wanted to hear just Danielle and her guitar, all by their magical lonesome. With this release, Danielle proved to be a southern mystic, and old soul with magical stories and an endlessly textured voice.

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