Deidre Muro

Deidre Muro

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1940's crooner/1960's folk-singer/2006 indie-rocker fuses different generations of influence and creates her own style of music that incorporates modern elements with a nod to masters of the past.

Biography

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20-year-old New Yorker Deidre Muro has spent the past two years climbing the ranks of the indie music scene at a stunning pace. With a voice mature for her years, she has silenced many a noisy bar crowd. Deidre has played such venues as Sin-e, Bowery Poetry Club and Crash Mansion, toured regionally, received national airplay on AAA and College Radio (WITR, KRVM, WEVL, WBRS, WYOU), and been featured on two student record label compilations. The latest of which, Village Records' "Banana Split," features 3 of Deidre’s new analog tracks and will be promoted nationally to college radio and press.

Discography

Red Afternoon (2004)

Set List

Originals:
Providence
Take Me For a Ride
Farewell To Heroes
Can We Turn Around
Pearl
Into You
The End
Smart Girls Don't Talk
Red Afternoon
Sleep Well
Even if I Tried

Covers:
I Put A Spell On You
Summertime
High And Dry (Radiohead)
Til There Was You
A Case of You (Joni Mitchell)