Canadian chanteuse Amy Millan is most beneficial known for fronting the indie rock and roll act Celebrities. Millan’s wonderful girlish vocals also have made an appearance on albums from 16 Tons, Broken Sociable Picture, and Jason Collett. In 2006, Millan place points in her personal words on her behalf first solo recording, Honey from your Tombs. This songbook of love and reflection required 3 years to record and features shows by Broken Sociable Scene’s Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning, Jimmy Shaw of Metric, the bluegrass music group Crazy Strings, in addition to efforts from her Celebrities bandmates Chris Seligman and Evan Cranley. The beautiful dozen-song arranged was released by Arts & Crafts in June 2006. Millan released her follow-up, the dusty and extra Masters from the Burial, in ’09 2009.