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Album Review

Fisher is perhaps best know as being one of the first groups to successfully use the internet to market their music. The duo, composed of Rob Wasserman and wife Kathy Fisher, posted a few songs on their website. From there, one of their tracks made its way onto the Great Expectations movie soundtrack, and the duet was the only unsigned band to play at Lilith Fair. Listening to their debut, True North, it's easy to see how Fisher managed to stand out among the countless other groups posting their music online. Fisher and Wasserman are accomplished songwriters, and their single, "I Will Love You," is a surprisingly powerful ballad, filled with sweetness and regret. Tracks like "Breakable" and "Hello It's Me" prove that this group deserves an audience that goes beyond the Internet and into the mainstream.

Biography

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The West Virginia modern rock duo that goes by the name Fisher embraces the marketing phenomenon of selling music via the Internet, for the band finally scored a deal due to its heavy push on www.mp3.com. Fisher, which is comprised of singer/songwriter Kathy Fisher and composer/producer and keyboardist Ron Wasserman, first started making music together in the mid-'90s when both were struggling to make a living in the fast-paced life of Los Angeles. Fisher's ethereal vocalic beauty can be heard...
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