That 1990s Spirit
Alejandra O'Leary and the Champions of the West
From the August, 2014 issue
In the 1980s and 1990s, women had more room to be tough on the radio. From Natalie Merchant in 10,000 Maniacs to Suzanne Vega to the Bangles to the Cowboy Junkies, female pop stars maintained the memorable hooks and lighter production touch that marked them as, well, pop stars--but they also wrote open, honest, and raw songs themselves, and delivered those hooks
You might also like:
Peers praise the U-M's John Beilein.
|Family, Teens, & Kids Stuff|
|Business in Chelsea|
The DDA voted in October to add three stories to the Ann-Ashley parking structure.
"A Quirky Memoir"
A retired design prof aids student entrpreneurs.
|Subscribe to the Ann Arbor Observer|
|Photo: Santa's Present to ME!|
|Nightspots: Common Cup|
Rivers of sound