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Twiggy got its name through the ’60s model who released an recording of country tracks. Guitarist and songwriter Todd Fletcher, bassist Eddie Schaller, and drummer Patrick Hawley was raised in Champaign-Urbana’s bustling indie picture, began playing in rings like Nick Rudd’s Blown. Acquiring their cues from indie pop rings just like the dB’s and Let’s Energetic, Twiggy documented two EPs for Parasol Information. Fletcher continued to drum for Angie Heaton, sing with Nikki Sudden, play the secrets for the Chamber Strings, and type the pseudo-solo task June & the Leave Wounds with Schaller.

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