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May 13, 2009

Vol. 109, No. 13

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Ménage à Twang

Posted on May 12, 2009

This debut album by the all-girl camp country trio — Emily Moore ’99, Jessica Del Vecchio ’99, and Rachel Levy — features three-part harmonies and acoustic guitars. The Brooklyn-based indie band, Ménage à Twang, sings about the challenges women face navigating life in the big city, “whether they are lamenting a soul-sucking day job, cursing their tiny shared studio apartment, celebrating a successful one-night stand, or calling friends out on their secret conservative side.” Moore and Del Vecchio wrote most of the songs. Moore is a poet and high school teacher; Del Vecchio is a feminist scholar; and Levy is a television producer. The album is available through CD Baby. The band is planning an East Coast tour this summer.

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