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Larkin Grimm

Larkin Grimm
Country
United States
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Larkin Grimm (born September 18, 1981, in Memphis, Tennessee) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. Her music crosses genres of folk and jazz, and she generally plays guitar or harp to accompany herself as well as working with other musicians.
Website
http://www.larkingrimm.net
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Releases on file (5)
Larkin Grimm — Chasing an Illusion Larkin Grimm — Chasing an Illusion
(Northern Spy NS 088, 2017, CD)
Larkin Grimm — Soul Retrieval Larkin Grimm — Soul Retrieval
(Bad Bitch BB01, 2013, CD)
Larkin Grimm — Parplar Larkin Grimm — Parplar
(Young God YG37, 2008, CD)
Larkin Grimm — The Last Tree Larkin Grimm — The Last Tree
(Secret Eye AB-OC-29, 2006, CD)
Larkin Grimm — Harpoon Larkin Grimm — Harpoon
(Secret Eye AB-OC-18, 2005, CD)

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