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Performing Songwriter says, “Picture this: Lou Reed and Astrud Gilberto have a baby…” Bronwen Exter recorded her first songs at age six, with a cold, sitting on a green shag carpet in front of a dusty tape-recorder. They were songs about cowgirls. In her early twenties in NYC, Bronwen wrote songs about tragic eccentrics and characters in books who drown. Her dèbut album “Elevator Ride” was a collaboration with cult downtown rocker Jonathan Spottiswoode, inspired by the thought “Peggy Lee stumbles into a garage.” In 2010 she moved back to her hometown and is hard at work with a new band on a follow up album, “Junkyard.”