Personalities | Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians | One-Hit Wonders | Rock
‘What I Am’, 1989
Late 1980s folk rockers, Edie Brickell And The Bohemians were really riding on the talent of chief songwriter Edie Brickell. ‘What I Am’ was a Top 10 hit from their debut LP, Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars, though the group disbanded after its 1990 follow-up, Ghost Of A Dog, failed to perform to expectations. Edie kick-started a solo career in 2003, with longtime Dylan sideman Charlie Sexton producing her debut solo album, Volcano. In 2006, she reunited with some of The New Bohemians for a new LP, Stranger Things.
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