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Shannon Stephens

An all natural at crafting comforting, acoustic-based folk tracks, indie songwriter Shannon Stephens started her profession within the ’90s while she attended Wish University in Michigan. After obtaining her feet moist as the head of Marzuki — a folky group whose people included Matt Haseltine, Jamie Kempkers, and a Sufjan Stevens — she started pursuing a single profession in 1999, with her previous bandmates all releasing their own tasks aswell. While Stevens produced his single debut with 2000’s Sunlight Came — the very first record in his lengthy, illustrious discography of chamber pop information — Stephens completed Shannon Stephens, her self-titled debut. The record was largely disregarded upon its discharge, nevertheless. As Sufjan Stevens became children name within the indie community, Shannon Stephens became a wife along with a mom in Seattle, and she still left music significantly behind in most of the 10 years. Her music wasn’t neglected, though; Paste Mag championed her single debut within a post spotlighting amazing, virtually unheard albums, and Bonnie “Prince” Billy protected among her tracks on his 2008 record Lie Down within the Light. The next season, Stephens re-emerged through the Seattle underground release a her second record, The Breadwinner, on Stevens’ very own label, Asthmatic Kitty. Twelve months from then on, Asthmatic Kitty reissued her long-lost debut record, this time around to a far more appreciative viewers. Stephens’ third studio room outing, Draw It Together, found its way to 2012 and presented a duet with Bonnie “Prince” Billy.

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