Who Won the 1968
Grammys Best Pop Female

Bobbie Gentry

("Ode To Billie Joe")

1967 Grammys Best Pop Female Winner
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12 essential songs that defined 1967

The Independent
A perfect counterpoint to the kaleidoscope of excess in 1967, Mississippi-born Bobbie Gentry's self-penned, enigmatic lament for Billie Joe McAllister, who jumped off the Tallahatchie Bridge after throwing a mysterious package into the water boasted ...

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Pop: Emily Barker: Sweet Kind of Blue

The Times (subscription)
For the past decade this Australian-born, London-based singer has been making albums that jump between folk and country, but her latest goes straight for a classic soul sound and it suits her. Recorded at the renowned Phillips Recording studios in ...

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Bedouine – “Solitary Daughter” Video

Stereogum
Bedouine is LA-based Azniv Korkejian, a singer-songwriter in the Spacebomb stable whose self-titled debut album is coming this summer. Korkejian was born ...


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Mississippi dreamers saluted by The Jimmie Rodgers Music ...

Meridian Star
A host of Mississippians – including several Meridian natives – were honored for their contributions to the state's music history Thursday night.

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