Branch takes a chance
Monday, February 7, 2011
– Michelle Branch is making a previously unavailable song, Take A Chance On Me,
available as a free download to users who provide their email address at her official website www.michellebranch.com.
The song, which Branch has performed during her live shows, will be available as a free download at www.michellebranch.com Feb. 14-21.
After releasing the six-song EP "Everything Comes and Goes" last August as a gift to fans, Branch is currently in the studio working on a new album to be released by Warner Bros. Records th is year.
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Since then, Branch has been busy writing new material, which is apparent in this CD as she penned all of the songs with the exception of I Want Tears. »»»
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