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New From Alfred: The Janis Ian Guitar Songbook

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LOS ANGELES, CA — April 10, 2007 — Alfred is pleased to expand The Guitar Songbook series to include The Janis Ian Guitar Songbook.

Internationally known singer/songwriter and guitarist Janis Ian has been writing and recording music since the 1960s. As a teenager, she released her first hit single, the controversial “Society’s Child.” Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Janis Ian had several hit songs, both in the U.S. and abroad, including the Grammy Award-winning “At Seventeen.” A respected songwriter, her songs have been covered by Joan Baez, Mel Torme, Cher, and many others. After a nine year hiatus between 1983 and 1992, Janis Ian returned, releasing Breaking Silence. Her most recent record, Folk Is The New Black, was released in 2006, which she supported with a worldwide tour.

The Janis Ian Guitar Songbook features 14 of Janis Ian’s biggest hits. In addition to the lyrics and chord arrangements, this book provides critical guitar parts, accurately notated, for all the songs included.

Titles: At Seventeen * Fly Too High * From Me To You * I Hear You Sing Again * In The Winter * Jesse * Joy * Love Is Blind * Ride Me Like A Wave * Society’s Child * Stars * Tattoo * The Last Train * The Other Side Of The Sun.

Janis Ian: www.janisian.com

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