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Joan Osborne

Joan Osborne

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Joan Osborne

Interview by Simon Witter, Sky, 1995

Joan Osborne isn’t your run-of-the-mill platinum-selling singer/songwriter – this lady sings about sex. Do-it-all-night, bagsy-me-on-top, can’t-walk-next-day sex. SIMON WITTER basks in the afterglow. ...

Joan Osborne: Borderline, London

Live Review by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 23 January 1996

Meat and potato with little relish ...

Joan Osborne: A cowgirl gets the blues

Interview by David Sinclair, The Times, 26 January 1996

Joan Osborne has gone from bluegrass country to R&B heaven, says David Sinclair ...

Joan Osborne: Relish (Blue Gorilla/Mercury 526 699)

Review by David Sinclair, The Times, 23 February 1996

A Pelé of the blues ...

Joan Osborne: America's Latest Flame

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, June 1996

Sass, sexiness, and sackfuls of self-assurance have taken mic stand-stradding Grammy-dodger Joan Osborne from Kentucky's hick climes to a place at the heart of the ...

Silent Partners: Writers, Producers, Players

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, 1999

Phil Sutcliffe looks at the men who helped midwife albums by Sheryl Crow, Joan Osborne and Alanis Morissette ...

Joan Osborne: Righteous Love

Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, 11 September 2000

THE FIRST TIME I turned on the radio and heard 'St. Theresa', (the opening track off Osborne's 1995 release, Relish) I felt branded for life. ...

Fest Focus: Holmes Brothers

Interview by John Swenson, Offbeat, 1 May 2003

NOT ALL THE gospel music at Jazz Fest takes place in the Gospel Tent, a fact that will be brought home with great spirit by ...

Joan Osborne: Between the Covers

Report and Interview by David Burke, R2/Rock'n'Reel, May 2008

SOME ARTISTS are indelibly associated with one piece of work their whole lives. What once was a gift in terms of eliciting public acceptance can ...


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