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Jesca Hoop

Jesca Hoop
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United States
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Jessica "Jesca" Ada Hoop is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist from Northern California, who writes and performs in diverse musical styles. In addition to her own solo releases, in 2016, she collaborated on a duo recording with Sam Beam (AKA Iron & Wine).
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http://www.jescahoop.com
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Releases on file (8)
Jesca Hoop — Stonechild Jesca Hoop — Stonechild
(Memphis Industries MI0545, 2019, CD / LP / DL)
Jesca Hoop — Memories Are Now Jesca Hoop — Memories Are Now
(SubPop SP 1175, 2017, CD)
Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop — Love Letter for Fire Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop — Love Letter for Fire
(SubPop SP1165, 2016, CD)
Jesca Hoop — Undress Jesca Hoop — Undress
(Last Laugh LASTL017CD, 2014, CD)
Jesca Hoop — The House That Jack Built Jesca Hoop — The House That Jack Built
(Bella Union CD-BEU-2527, 2012, CD)
Jesca Hoop — Snowglobe Jesca Hoop — Snowglobe
(Last Laugh Records LASTL010C, 2011, CD)
Jesca Hoop — Hunting My Dress Jesca Hoop — Hunting My Dress
(Last Laugh Records LASTL001C, 2009, CD)
Jesca Hoop — Kismet Jesca Hoop — Kismet
(Columbia 82876 74700 2, 2007, CD)

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