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Episode 54: Vespertine

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review

Vespertine appeared in the All-Girl Revue Show at Caterina and it ended up being a farewell show of sorts for the all-female folk act, as bandleader Wonder Russell recently made the decision to move to Seattle for a job. Expect reunion shows when the three of them unite. In the meantime, plans are in the works for remaining core members Mercia Sheets and Kim Wescott to form a new project, with Mercia singing lead vocals.

 
Tags: 7, folk, music, women

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