When she was a child actress in the 1980s and ‘90s, Jenny Lewis’s face regularly graced television and movie screens. However, it was her second career as a pop singer-songwriter venerated in the indie world that made her a familiar face. In the mid-‘90s, Lewis formed Rilo Kiley, a modern rock band with a distinct pop sensibility, and the four-piece would slowly rise to become a mainstay on critics' year-end lists by the early 2000s. RABBIT FUR COAT, Lewis’s solo debut in 2006, showed a deeper side of the multifaceted artist as she teamed up with the Watson Twins for an album of elegant, Emmylou Harris-esque country-folk. She continued to turn ears on 2008’s ACID TONGUE, featuring a slew of guests, including Elvis Costello.