Articles tagged tift merritt

Heartache Is an Uphill Climb: An Interview With Tift Merritt

Tift Merritt opens up on the joys of motherhood, life on the road with her new daughter in tow, and what the future might hold for them both.

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Tift Merritt: Stitch of the World

Tift Merritt puts forth a vision that's as unguarded as it is unlimited.

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13 Jun 2013 // 9:00 AM

2013 Nelsonville Music Festival

On the opening night of the 2013 Nelsonville Music Festival, several attendees reported seeing a meteor or fireball in the sky.

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Tift Merritt and Simone Dinnerstein: Night

Merritt and Dinnerstein may or may not be cool, but the music is purposely cold.

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Just the Elemental Essentials: An Interview with Tift Merritt

By stripping down her new songs to just the elemental essentials, Tift Merritt has found a confident and assured voice four albums into her career.

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3 Mar 2008 // 9:00 PM

RICHARD SWIFT [ Photo: Paul Heartfield] Richard Swift Knee High Boogie Blues [MP3] (from Richard Swift As Onasis releasing 8 April)       Phone

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29 Feb 2008 // 6:49 AM

Tift Merritt has a new address, a new album and a new outlook

[Photo Gallery] Tift Merritt strolls toward the Hudson River in her quiet West Village neighborhood. Having moved here just a few months earlier, the North

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I Felt Like Another Country Myself: An Interview with Tift Merritt

PopMatters talks to Merritt in a revealing and engrossing discussion. She gives insight into her art, her career, and how the two are sometimes at odds with one another.

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Tift Merritt: Another Country

Another Country is nothing short of stunning in its candor, simplicity, and grace.

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22 Nov 2004 // 11:00 PM

	Tift Merritt: Tambourine

When Tift Merritt’s first album, Bramble Rose, came out in 2002, the critics all salivated, placing her in a genealogical line of country legends such

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The Moving Pixels Podcast Becomes the 'Beholder'

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to think that we would never be complicit with the dictates of an authoritarian regime, but Beholder reveals how complicated such choices can become.

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