When NPR Music asked listeners to tell them their favorite new music artist of 2016, singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy received the second most votes.
Glaspy released the album “Emotions And Math” this year. It’s a strong debut LP for the New York City-based singer-songwriter, featuring her crunchy guitar riffs and hard-nosed confessional lyrics.
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Prior to a Denver show at Larimer Lounge, Glaspy stopped into the CPR Performance Studio to play four songs from "Emotions And Math." She also spoke with Alisha Sweeney about recording the album multiple times, performing on "Conan" recently and staying quiet on the meaning of her lyrics.
Hear the session and watch Glaspy perform "You And I" above. Watch more videos below.
Listen to our Inside Track feature on Margaret Glaspy.
- "Pins and Needles"
- "Parental Guidance"
- "You And I"
- "Somebody To Anybody"
"Pins And Needles"
"Somebody To Anybody"