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Natalie Merchant, Conway Hall | reviews, news & interviews

Natalie Merchant, Conway Hall

Natalie Merchant, Conway Hall

American folk rock icon strangely undercooked

As a curtain raiser for the most ambitious album of her career to date, Natalie Merchant’s concert last night at London’s Conway Hall was an entertaining but strangely low-key affair. Merchant has spent the past six years recording dozens of songs based on poems themed around childhood, 28 of which she plans to release on two CDs early next year.

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