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Merrie Amsterburg is a singer-songwriter born in Ludington, Michigan. Her music has folk, rock, and pop influences. She has won two Boston Music Awards, a Boston Phoenix Award, and a Jam Magazine Award. She uses several instruments in her songs, including the guitar, the trumpet, the mandolin, the Indian banjo, the bouzouki, the harmonium, and even a 1970s Kenmore washing machine. Prior to her solo career, she was the guitarist and singer for The Natives and Miss Understood.
- Season of Rain (1996)
- World of Our Own Making (1999) (EP)
- Season of Rain reissue (1999)
- Little Steps (2000)
- Clementine and Other Stories (2006)
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