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Her first release since splitting the Wreckers, the Everything Comes and Goes EP finds Michelle Branch remaining in modern country mode, alternating between a purer, twangier variation (the cracking opener “Ready to Let You Go”) and a poppier crossover style that sounds like a mature spin on Taylor Swift (“Sooner or Later,” “I Want Tears”). Branch’s time in the country has turned her into a sturdy craftsman of both song and sound, and this EP is as appealing as anything the Wreckers released.

Biography

Born: 02 July 1983 in Flagstaff, AZ

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although she rose to fame during the teen pop era, Michelle Branch — who was 17 years old when her debut album, The Spirit Room, began its double-platinum run in 2001 — modeled her own songs after iconic alt-rock females like Lisa Loeb and Melissa Etheridge. Raised in Arizona, Branch sang throughout her childhood but didn’t pick up the guitar until her 14th birthday, when she received the instrument as a gift. Within a week, she’d written her first song. Branch’s parents eventually decided...
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