Chosen by: Alice Cooper

I can’t really remember how I discovered her, but I think it was through a girlfriend. I just went WOW. It reminded me of Broadway. She was a street singer, and she was a white girl singing with all these black girls. She’s as pure a songwriter as I’ve ever heard. I’m just addicted to her stuff, everything from ‘Eli And The Thirteenth Confession’ to ‘New York Tendaberry’.

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