I basically became introduced (figuratively and literally) to
Sixpence None The Richer when they stopped by my office for a
visit. I had heard of them through the Sundays mailing list but
knew nothing of them or what they sounded like. I was told that
they have a sound similar to the Sundays, so I was all ears.
They performed about four songs, "Kiss Me" and "Puedo
Escribir", being two that I remember. One thing I do
remember is I was hooked from first listen. I immediately fell for
Leigh's voice and mannerisms. After their performance I had a
chance to talk with her and was surprised to hear that was a fan
of the some the same groups I was, such as Innocence
Mission and Over the Rhine.
D.C. station MoreMusic104
has pictures and audio from a live in-studio performance.
After you check out that link, go here
to to see a live performance of Sixpence.
Sixpence None The Richer recently performed an acoustic set on
CBS' The Early Show. Check the
Sixpence made their umpteenth appearance on The Tonight Show with
Jay Leno and Leigh sounded and looked great. A full-sized
vidcap is on the
Page, as is a cap of the Wayne Brady Show performance.
This page should be jumping once again, as Divine Discontent
hit stores on October 29th. And be sure to pick up the
"Breathe Your Name" single because it contains
"Northern Lights," a track that doesn't appear on the
In other news, their official website www.sixpence-ntr.com
has been revamped, so pay it a visit. You can download
"Breathe Your Name" and listen to other cuts from the
Leigh lent her vocals to Delerium's "Innocente" and the
video can be seen here.
Yes, she is in the video, and a vidcap can be seen on the
Pictures of Leigh Nash from various television appearances/videos
are available at the
Leigh Nash Image Gallery hosted on flickr.