Who Won the 1989
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Tracy Chapman

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1989 Grammys Best New Artist Winner Tracy Chapman News

Lea Michele Gets Behind the Wheel of "Getaway Car": Why Her New Love Song Is One of Her "Absolute" Favorites

E! Online
Even now as an adult, I have memories of riding in cars with past relationships and thinking about what life would be like if we just packed all our bags and drove away together. It reminds me of 'Fast Car' by Tracy Chapman," the singer told E! News ...

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Jonas Blue becomes Vevo's latest Lift artist

Music Week
Blue's biggest-selling single to date is Tracy Chapman rework Fast Car (feat Dakota), which has shifted 1,163,064 copies to date and was nominated for British Video and British Single Of The Year at this year's BRIT Awards. The track reached No.2 in ...

1989 Grammys Best New Artist Winner Tracy Chapman News

Guerrilla: this drama about the Black Power movement is a missed ...

New Statesman
Friends poke fun when they come to our house. Our television is too small, and our telephone – the landline of yore – stands on a tiny table in the hall.

1989 Grammys Best New Artist Winner Tracy Chapman News

Interview: Felicity does not have a fear of heights

Popdust
Very few 18 year olds can command the heft of a lyric quite like Felicity, the mighty-voiced newcomer who tips her hat to such obvious influences as Joss Stone, Tracy Chapman and in a round-about-way, the modern rock queen Melissa Etheridge.

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