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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Emma Hill Video

Portland songstress Emma Hill stopped off at the Tower Theatre last weekend to celebrate the release of her new disc, Clumsy Seduction, along with her

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Portland songstress Emma Hill stopped off at the Tower Theatre last weekend to celebrate the release of her new disc, Clumsy Seduction, along with her band, thus creating Emma Hill and Her Gentlemen Callers. Hill played both older material and cuts from the new disc showing how she's risen from simple girl-with-a-guitar to a Neko Case-style band leader. She also peppered in plenty of funny anecdotes and giddy laughter in between songs, getting cozy with the half-full theater -- which isn't a bad pull for a up-and-commer like Hill.

If you missed the show, here's a taste for ya...


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