American alternative country singers

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  1. A. A. Bondy

    A. A. Bondy

    17 views
    American musician

  2. Alejandro Escovedo

    Alejandro Escovedo

    46 views

  3. Alejandro Escovedo

    Alejandro Escovedo

    9 views
    American alternative country singer

  4. Anders Parker

    Anders Parker

    6 views

    Anders Parker is an American singer-songwriter, guitar player, singer and multi-instrumentalist with a career spanning two decades. He has performed and recorded as a solo artist and as a key member in bands such as Varnaline and Space Needle. Parker has been involved in various collaborations over the years including Gob Iron with Jay Farrar.


  5. Andrew Combs (musician)

    Andrew Combs (musician)

    3 views
    American musician

  6. Beck

    Beck

    15,597 views
    American musician and singer-songwriter

  7. Billy Eli

    Billy Eli

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    Billy Eli (born 1962) is an Austin, TX based Americana singer and songwriter from Livingston, Texas.


  8. Blaze Foley

    Blaze Foley

    116 views
    American singer

  9. Bob Frank

    Bob Frank

    2 views

    Robert Landis "Bob" Frank (born February 26, 1944) is an American musician, singer/songwriter and composer. His debut self-titled record was issued on Vanguard Records in 1972 to critical acclaim and is a collectors item. He has recorded and toured with Memphis singer/songwriter John Murry, shared a stage with Townes Van Zandt and was a paid songwriter for Tree Publishing. He currently lives in El Sobrante, California.


  10. Bonnie Raitt

    Bonnie Raitt

    99,153 views
    American singer

  11. Brandi Carlile

    Brandi Carlile

    3,490 views
    Singer

  12. Brian Henneman

    Brian Henneman

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    Brian Henneman is an alt-country/roots rock musician best known as the frontman for the Bottle Rockets, as a songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist. Artists such as John Prine, Neil Young and Merle Haggard have influenced his songwriting style. Henneman began his musical career in the mid-1980s forming the bands The Blue Moons and Chicken Truck. He also spent time as the guitar tech/additional musician with peers Uncle Tupelo from 1990-1992, prior to forming the Bottle Rockets in late 1992.


  13. Brodie Foster Hubbard

    Brodie Foster Hubbard

    2 views

    Brodie Foster Hubbard (born 1978) is an American country music and rock music singer, guitarist and songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona, relocated to Los Angeles, California, an event which was simultaneously celebrated and mourned at a going away roast and show in December 2006.


  14. Caitlin Cary

    Caitlin Cary

    9 views
    American musician

  15. Caitlin Rose

    Caitlin Rose

    21 views

    Caitlin Rose (born June 23, 1987) is a country singer from Nashville, Tennessee.


  16. Cary Hudson

    Cary Hudson

    16 views
    singer-songwriter, guitarist, leader of the alt.country/Southern rock band Blue Mountain

  17. Chris Gaffney

    Chris Gaffney

    57 views
    American, Writer

  18. Clare Burson

    Clare Burson

    1 view
    Musician

  19. Cory Branan

    Cory Branan

    7 views
    American musician

  20. Dale Watson

    Dale Watson

    2,761 views
    American singer-songwriter

  21. Dan John Miller

    Dan John Miller

    177 views
    American, Actor

  22. Dar Williams

    Dar Williams

    160 views
    Singer and songwriter

  23. Dave Gonzalez

    Dave Gonzalez

    0 views

    Dave Gonzalez (April 24, 1961) is a guitarist, singer, and songwriter from Southern California and, with Thomas Yearsley, founding member of the roots rock/rockabilly band The Paladins in the early 1980s, and then co-founder with Chris Gaffney of the Hacienda Brothers.


  24. David Eugene Edwards

    David Eugene Edwards

    3 views
    American singer

  25. Edith Frost

    Edith Frost

    1 view

    Edith Frost (born August 18, 1964) is an American singer-songwriter who describes her music as "pensive countrified psychedelia". Born in San Antonio, Texas, Frost moved to Brooklyn in 1990 where she played in the country bands the Holler Sisters, the Marfa Lights and Edith and Her Roadhouse Romeos. In 1996 she moved to Chicago after signing to the city's Drag City label, which released her demo as a self-titled EP. Debut album Calling Over Time was released in 1997, and has been followed by Telescopic (1998), Wonder Wonder (2001) and It's a Game (2005). All were produced by Rian Murphy except Telescopic, which was produced by Neil Hagerty and Jennifer Herrema from the band Royal Trux; Wonder Wonder was engineered by Steve Albini. Frost relocated to the San Francisco Bay area in 2006.


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