The Authentic Girls in 2002

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The Authentic Girls in 2002

Michelle Branch has long been gone from the mainstream music. But that does not mean that she is really gone. She still sings for people and has been one of the most memorable solo artists who can actually play the guitar. Ever since Britney Spears has gone to the top of the charts, the younger generation has ignored authenticity when it comes to music. While the likes of Britney and Christina Aguilera really sold a lot of albums, there has been a backlash to this kind of music in 2002.

Three solo artists were launched and were called The Authentic Girls. Singer and musician Michelle Branch was included in this list. When Branch released her album entitled The Spirit Room, she has sold a million copies in this custom dissertation writing. Branch was only 19 then. She was launched along with Vanessa Carlton (who played the piano) and Avril Lavigne (punk star). This group write their own songs and play their own instruments. How cool is that? They sure do not dance and would love to just hit on the pretenses the worl has to offer. This separated them from all the musicians of their time.

The problem was the timing of The Authentic Girls. They write such good songs with feel-good melodies, but it seems that the generation was not prepared for them yet. Sadly, they have not released songs that made it as big as Britney's Baby One More Time, Christina's Come On Over, and the N'Sync's Bye, Bye, Bye. Still the three ladies are pursuing their love for music until this time. Let's continue supporting them.

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