Meredith has been busy working on her next album, so there is little news to report on this page. No release date has been announced. Patience :)
Meredith Brooks recently granted a telephone interview to a fan in Israel, Ilana. For the latest news on what Meredith is up to, read the transcript at Ilana's website, Jupiterian's Meredith Brooks Site.
M.U.S.I.C., a nonprofit organization promoting the greater use of popular music in education, has selected "Shatter", "Somedays", "Wash My Hands", and "Watched You Fall" for inclusion in their Song Directory.
A new television show is looking for inspirational stories about how Meredith Brooks and her music has affected your life.
We want to hear specific stories on how music has motivated you or helped you get through a rough situation, as well as stories on how a song served as a "soundtrack" through a profound or difficult time in your life. Are you where you are today because of a song or a band? We want to know how.
The more detailed the story, the better the chance of getting contacted for an on camera interview. We plan to interview all over the U.S. in coming months.Please e-mail your stories or inquiries to:
Write to: [email protected]
Meredith Brooks opened for the Eurythmics in the duo's sole West Coast gig at the Staples Center Thursday night. This was a last-minute thing, with no promotion. MB told the crowd she'd got the offer just a few days ago. She played for 40 minutes: I Need, Careful What You Wish For, Cosmic Woo Woo, What Would Happen, All For Nothing, I Have Everything, Lay Down (with Crenshaw kids), Shout and Bitch. Referring to one of the night's beneficiaries, Greenpeace, she reminded everyone that she was from Oregon and was "one of the original tree huggers." Some nifty solos, especially on "Shout," but her request for the crowd to sing along on the Bitch chorus was unwise, since no one knew the words. -- Anon.Who would have guessed music fans in L.A. would not know the words to Bitch!!!
Read the interview:
Deconstructing with Meredith Brooks
It's several pages of good conversation.
Meredith Brooks will make an appearance on VH1's "Hard Rock Live" -- see Reuters news story (link expired)
which took place at Guitar.com, on October 13, 1999
1. Guitar.com 2. Wall of Sound (link expired)
Meredith Brooks builds on career with "Deconstruction" (link expired)
Nice article by Dean Goodman (Reuters)
1. Sonicnet 2. Amazon.com
Read the transcript from the June 28, 1999 Sonicnet/Yahoo chat with Meredith Brooks.
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