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WMI sits down with the awesome Kate Nash

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WMI and The Crane Wives hang out with British singer/songwriter Kate Nash.
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In this episode, The Crane Wives singers/guitarists, Emilee Petersmark and Kate Pillsbury, and I had the chance to sit down at Stella’s Lounge with Kate Nash before her show at The Pyramid Scheme on March 17.  

She talked about her new album "Girl Talk," being a female artist, MySpace, activism and punk rock.  

Podcast includes the tracks: "3AM," "OMYGOD!," "Sister" and "Rap For Rejection."

"Girl Talk" is available on Amazon and iTunes and in fine local stores.


Find out more about Kate Nash on her website.

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