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These are the days for empathy

My optimism is the reason I am so taken by the lyrics to the song “These Are Days” by Natalie Merchant and the 10,000 Maniacs: These are days you'll remember ...

Breaking: ROCKTOPIA to Mash Up Mozart, Queen, Tchaikovsky, Pink Floyd and More on Broadway This Spring Natalie Merchant

Fleischer has also worked with artists such as John Densmore (The Doors), Natalie Merchant, Blondie, Ani DiFranco, John Cale (Velvet Underground) Garth Hudson (The Band), Kenny Rogers, Chris Baron (Spin ...

UPAC renovations almost done; subsidiary of investor TD Bank is now 99% owner for five years

“When complete, it will ensure that rain will no longer drip on Yo-Yo Ma’s head, the lights won’t go out on Natalie Merchant in the middle of her concert, and ...

Thief given 'final chance' after being caught shoplifting at Tesco Natalie Merchant

Natalie Merchant, prosecuting, said: “He was seen by security de-tagging the razor and he put it in his bag. He was then detained and made full and frank admissions.” Reveller, ...

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Tigerlily is Natalie Merchant's first solo album after splitting from the 10,000 Maniacs. Ophelia is the title of a 1998 album, film, and song by Natalie Merchant. As evidenced in the pictures in the booklet that comes with the album, Merchant seems to see Shakespeare's Ophelia as a figure encompassing many important feminine archetypes. In 2000, Merchant embarked on a folk tour in the states with many shows being supported by alt-country band Wilco. Merchant's next studio album on the Elektra label was Motherland, released in 2001. Motherland saw Merchant at her most experimental musically. Motherland achieved Gold on the Billboard charts after debuting at No. 30 on the Billboard 200 and No. 13 on the Top Internet Albums of 2001. After her contract with Elektra expired in August 2002, Merchant decided not to sign with them again, or any other major label. Her next studio album, The House Carpenter's Daughter, was released in September 2003 on her own label, Myth America Records. To date this has been the only release on Myth America. n October 2009, the official websites of Nonesuch Records and Natalie Merchant announced that she had signed with the label. In March 2010 a post on the Natalie Merchant website indicated that Leave Your Sleep would be available in both 1 CD and 2 CD versions on April 13, 2010.

Natalie Merchant Tickets

Tigerlily is Natalie Merchant's first solo album after splitting from the 10,000 Maniacs. Ophelia is the title of a 1998 album, film, and song by Natalie Merchant. As evidenced in the pictures in the booklet that comes with the album, Merchant seems to see Shakespeare's Ophelia as a figure encompassing many important feminine archetypes. In 2000, Merchant embarked on a folk tour in the states with many shows being supported by alt-country band Wilco. Merchant's next studio album on the Elektra label was Motherland, released in 2001. Motherland saw Merchant at her most experimental musically. Motherland achieved Gold on the Billboard charts after debuting at No. 30 on the Billboard 200 and No. 13 on the Top Internet Albums of 2001. After her contract with Elektra expired in August 2002, Merchant decided not to sign with them again, or any other major label. Her next studio album, The House Carpenter's Daughter, was released in September 2003 on her own label, Myth America Records. To date this has been the only release on Myth America. n October 2009, the official websites of Nonesuch Records and Natalie Merchant announced that she had signed with the label. In March 2010 a post on the Natalie Merchant website indicated that Leave Your Sleep would be available in both 1 CD and 2 CD versions on April 13, 2010.