Beth Thornely’s delivers mainstream alt-everything on My Glass Eye

Beth Thornely will have her new record out nationally in August. Beth is a singer-songwriter who mixes styles like americana, indie rock and just plain eclectic. Since the demise of Alanis Morrisette and Sheryl Crow’s move to a more conservative, mainstream sound, I wonder who will step in and fill their shows (or even if Clear Channel will allow it).

Beth Thornely would be a pretty good bet as she is shooting for mainstream acceptance/popularity and has already had songs featured on Felicity, Dawson’s Creek, Scrubs and Roswell (RIP) so she’s already on her way. “Double Wide” is about a woman whose summer job has lasted 27 years and is stuck in a bad place but dreams of more. Kick start her cd sales for this new record by ordering your autograped copy of her sophomore release, My Glass Eye, here.

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2 Responses to “Beth Thornely’s delivers mainstream alt-everything on My Glass Eye”

  1. Mike Young says:

    The piano pop of Double Wide is like a sincere version of a certain ironic hyper-pop band whose name speculates on the temperature of furnances.

    I like it!

  2. José Carlos Santos says:

    i totally agree with mike up here.

    and i love it, i’m going to order her record.