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Miranda Brown is an independent American musician. Originally from Greenfield, MA, Miranda relocated to Austin, TX in 2003 where she was a member of the band Til We're Blue or Destroy. Ms. Brown moved to Brooklyn, NY in 2010, and then relocated again to Easthampton, MA, where she currently resides. She released a solo record, Baystate, on Pigeon Records in 2004.
Brown was a onetime member of Crooked Fingers. She also appears on albums by Eric Bachmann, David Dondero and Seth Tiven, and has worked with artists ranging from Ryan Adams to A.C. Newman to Harvey Sid Fisher.
She also appeared on the late-night television show the Late Show with David Letterman on April 13, 2009 with A.C. Newman, as well as Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on May 5, 2010 with The New Pornographers, with whom she appeared on select tour dates in 2010.
Baystate on Pigeon Records, 2004. Features Peyton Pinkerton (Pernice Brothers, New Radiant Storm King), Jose Ayerve (Spouse), Ken Maiuri (Pedro the Lion), Henning Ohlenbusch (School for the Dead), Scott Hall (Drunk Stuntmen), and Don McAuley (Ware River Club)
- Ryan Adams – Q Division Demos (2000, unreleased)
- David Dondero – South of the South (2005, Team Love)
- Eric Bachmann – To the Races (2006, Saddle Creek)
- Crooked Fingers – Forfeit/Fortune (2008, independent)
- Oh No Oh My – People Problems (2011, independent)