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Listen to Angel Olsen’s cover of Lucinda Williams’ ‘Greenville’

Angel Olsen has shared a cover of Lucinda Williams‘ ‘Greenville’ – check out the Amazon Original track below.The St. Louis singer-songwriter, who released her sixth studio LP, ‘Big Time’, earlier this month, said that before penning the album she found “a new obsession and love” for Williams’ music.“There is no one like her out there,” Olsen said of the country folk singer.
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