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Leave the Pieces

I really like Michelle Branch. I had never heard of her partner in The Wreckers before but I had to listen to the song. It's great. I saw the video for it first then went straight to itunes to buy it. I'm glad I did. It's got a country edge to it, but there's still enough pop in it to get lots of airplay. I highly recommend everyone try it.


I will admit I am not a huge fan of country music. To be honest I only have one country song of another singer, however, Michelle and Jesica can sing anything they want! Leave the Peaces is a keeper! I LOVE IT. I can't wait for their full-lenght CD.


the wreckers is a new direction of michelle branch's music with her best friend, a newcomer, jessica harp. it's country oriented, but pop enough to catch your ear and make you smile. it's not quite country as one would think, a definite edge to the normal. jessica harp's voice is a perfect contrast to branch's and the two blend together flawlessly. it's good to see a new musical venture from branch and i suspect only the best of successes for these two :)


Formed: 2004

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s

In 2004, Michelle Branch took a break from her successful solo career to team with friend and touring backup singer Jessica Harp in a new project called the Wreckers. Previous to the Branch collaboration, Harp had been working as a singer/songwriter in Nashville, and those country music elements mixed with Branch's pop sensibilities to inform the Wreckers' rootsy, harmony-rich sound. The duo debuted in autumn 2004, performing "Good Kind" on the WB teen drama One Tree Hill. "Good Kind" then appeared...
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