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As Sheryl Crow Flies

Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, January 1995

EIGHT YEARS BACK, a young music teacher from Kennett, a tiny Bible Belt town ("Twin Peaks. Three stop lights, one police station, one high school.") got a gig singing jingles. One was for dog food, the other was for McDonald's. The session earned her more in 45 minutes than she'd made in her two years teaching handicapped kids the joys of synthesizers.

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