Jolie Holland’s gin-soaked creations, all sung in a Billie Holiday-esque swoon, waft in from an era a century before her time bearing a gunslinger’s solitude, an odd contentment wrapped within an incurable sadness. She first appeared in the New York City somber indie pop circles in the early-2000s, gathering a quiet storm of acclaim for her self-produced 2003 debut and blowsy live act. In 2006, Holland’s SPRINGTIME CAN KILL YOU, with its vaudevillian cover and otherworldly offerings, raised a ruckus with fans of underground folk, blues, jazz, and those who like all three mixed together. A 2008 follow-up record added a drifter's rock to her multicolored repertoire.
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