Folk Singer Covers OZZY's 'Mama, I'm Coming Home': Audio Available
21-year-old Massachusetts singer/songwriter LILY HOLBROOK has recorded a cover of OZZY OSBOURNE's "Mama, I'm Coming Home" for her second CD, "Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt", out now on Back Porch Records. Check out an audio sample of Lily's version of the track: Windows Media, Real Media.
According to a posting on the Back Porch Records web site, Holbrook has been "captivating audiences for the last few years with her expressive, wistful voice and thought-provoking melodies on the streets of Boston and Los Angeles. People strolling through Harvard Square, Newbury Street or the Santa Monica Pier have stopped short to listen to Lily's folk rock, causing a pedestrian traffic jam with hundreds of people gathered, caught up in her musical web. She has built a strong and loyal following as a consummate busker and is featured prominently in the documentary 'Playing for Change' which is scheduled for spring 2005 airing on the Sundance channel and via NetFlix."
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