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04-Nov-2019 10:42

A four-year-old of my acquaintance was hugely impressed to discover I would be talking to the villainous Femme Fatale of Powerpuff Girls infamy, while I consider talking to De Lisle is pretty much the next best thing to that date with Rachel Weisz I’ve always promised myself—Grey De Lisle played the role of Evy O’Connell (neé Carnahan) in the animated version of The Mummy. “And also, with cartoons, it doesn’t matter what you look like.There’s such a down-to-earth quality with the people I work with.

In fact, on the overwhelming whole, she’s one absolute pop sweetie—a gleefully square peg with another fine album of Gothic Americana to promote in whatever time she can find away from her rather lovely and impressive day job. ” When you read De Lisle’s reported speech, try to picture an enthusiastic early-30s Valley Girl with a fully engaged brain and a ready laugh, and you’ll be halfway there. She quips—untruthfully—that she has a face for radio but concedes she would consider on-camera work if the right offer came in. I played a teacher on That ‘70s Show and a few other little things here and there, but it takes so much time and you get paid exactly the same amount as you do when you’re doing voiceovers for cartoons.

'Right Now' features Marc Bolan-esque ray-gun guitar splashes.

Combine all of that with dirty rockabilly ('Who Made You King'), a Rev. Alt-country chanteuse Grey De Lisle shows that her brand of Americana respects no boundaries by opening Iron Flowers with a passage from Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," recast as a yearning ballad for autoharp and steel guitar.

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In fact, on the overwhelming whole, she’s one absolute pop sweetie—a gleefully square peg with another fine album of Gothic Americana to promote in whatever time she can find away from her rather lovely and impressive day job. ” When you read De Lisle’s reported speech, try to picture an enthusiastic early-30s Valley Girl with a fully engaged brain and a ready laugh, and you’ll be halfway there. She quips—untruthfully—that she has a face for radio but concedes she would consider on-camera work if the right offer came in. I played a teacher on That ‘70s Show and a few other little things here and there, but it takes so much time and you get paid exactly the same amount as you do when you’re doing voiceovers for cartoons.

'Right Now' features Marc Bolan-esque ray-gun guitar splashes.

Combine all of that with dirty rockabilly ('Who Made You King'), a Rev. Alt-country chanteuse Grey De Lisle shows that her brand of Americana respects no boundaries by opening Iron Flowers with a passage from Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," recast as a yearning ballad for autoharp and steel guitar.

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