Interview by Chris Smith, Rock's Backpages Audio, 4 September 1999
Ms. Gauthier talks about her road from a tricky childhood, via addiction and alcoholism, to her place as a songwriter: ambition vs. self-destruction; her community of outsiders; the meaning of truth; her move to Boston and running restaurants; doing her first open-mic nights, and all about songwriting.
File format: mp3; file size: 30.9mb, interview length: 32' 11" sound quality: ***
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