Lillie Mae Rische is an American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist known to bluegrass and country fans as a member of all-sibling outfits the Risches and Jypsi. Rock fans discovered her fiddle and mandolin playing in Jack White's live band. They encountered her instantly recognizable singing voice on "Temporary Ground" from his 2014 Lazaretto album, as well as her solo debut single, issued in Third Man Records' Blue Series the same year. The single was produced by White, as were subsequent sessions that led to a full-length recorded with Mae's brother Frank and sister Scarlett, as well as guests from the Dead Weather, the Howlin' Brothers, and Old Crow Medicine Show. Forever and Then Some, featuring 11 songs written by Mae, appeared in 2017. ~ Thom Jurek
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