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Natalie Merchant was a guest on the Sheroes podcast hosted by Carmel Holt. They spoke at the Newport Folk Festival in July, where Merchant took part in a number of special collaborative performances. They discuss her career, some of what she’s been focused on for the past few years, and what’s ahead. They also spoke for Mixtape Memoir on Sonos, looking back at Merchant’s life through songs. You can hear both here.

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Natalie Merchant was a guest on the Sheroes podcast hosted by Carmel Holt on the Talkhouse network. The two spoke at the Newport Folk Festival in July, where Merchant took part in a number of performances throughout the weekend. They discuss her career, some of what she’s been focused on for the past few years, and what’s ahead. You can hear their conversation via Spotify and Apple Podcasts here:

Merchant and Holt also spoke for Sheroes' Mixtape Memoir show on Sonos. They look back at Merchant’s life through songs performed by Julie Andrews, Petula Clark, The Beach Boys, Bob Seger, Aerosmith, The Cars, Joy Division, Fairport Convention, Mozart, and Merchant’s own work with 10,000 Maniacs and as a solo artist. You can hear it here:

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Natalie Merchant: 'Sheroes' at Newport Folk Festival 2022 by Brian Lima
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    Listen: Natalie Merchant Talks with 'Sheroes' Podcast from Newport Folk Festival
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    Natalie Merchant was a guest on the Sheroes podcast hosted by Carmel Holt on the Talkhouse network. The two spoke at the Newport Folk Festival in July, where Merchant took part in a number of performances throughout the weekend. They discuss her career, some of what she’s been focused on for the past few years, and what’s ahead. You can hear their conversation via Spotify and Apple Podcasts here:

    Merchant and Holt also spoke for Sheroes' Mixtape Memoir show on Sonos. They look back at Merchant’s life through songs performed by Julie Andrews, Petula Clark, The Beach Boys, Bob Seger, Aerosmith, The Cars, Joy Division, Fairport Convention, Mozart, and Merchant’s own work with 10,000 Maniacs and as a solo artist. You can hear it here:

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