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Angie McMahon Shares Origins of Her Piano Cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “The River”: Stream

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Our new music feature Origins asks artists to dig into the various influences behind their latest tracks. Today, Angie McMahon talks about her piano renditions of “Soon” and Bruce Springsteen’s “The River”. Last summer, Australia’s Angie McMahon delivered her lovely, introspective debut album, Salt. The effort sent her on a…

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