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The Wreckers on the Don Imus Show

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Last year The Wreckers had to go through the misery of going on the Don Imus show. What could be worse than following an intro like that? Oh right, having to talk with Imus for a half hour.

The Wreckers are the delightfully talented duo of Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp. Their debut cd Stand Still, Look Pretty went gold in the US and was #1 on the country chart in the UK. Their second single, "Leave the Pieces" went number one in the US and in the Philippines.

Tonight they play at the Roxy with Myspace Records singer-songwriter Kate Voegele opening up. Maybe they'll add you as friends.

Kate Voegele "Only Fooling Myself"

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The Wreckers on Imus part 2