Juliana Hatfield

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About Juliana Hatfield

Juliana Hatfield is one of the great survivors of the alternative rock era, a singer/songwriter who built a diverse, adventurous discography. She began her career in the late '80s as the lead singer of Blake Babies, a college rock trio from Boston. Hatfield went solo in 1992, releasing her debut album, Hey Babe, just as alternative rock became a commercial force, and she soon had her moment in the spotlight, landing in MTV's Buzz Bin in 1993 with "Spin the Bottle." The 1995 solo set Only Everything, which produced the minor chart hit "Universal Heartbeat," was her last album for a major label. Over the next three decades, Hatfield maintained her indie roots, releasing a series of adventurous, emotionally candid albums while also collaborating with a variety of bands. As she matured, her work grew pointedly political, a shift showcased on 2017's Pussycat and 2021's Blood.

Wiscasset, ME, United States
July 27, 1967

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