Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Acclaimed Singer Flattered By Fans’ Video Tributes

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A talented new musician isn’t playing with the “frenzied” emotions of her fans.

Alison Sudol – who performs as A Fine Frenzy – has climbed the charts with her debut album, One Cell in the Sea, and performances on the Late Show with David Letterman and CBS’ The Early Show.

But the powerful piano-playing performer isn’t prodding into her fans’ personal lives.

On, there are hundreds of videos of fans covering her songs, and she admits, “It’s the most incredible, flattering thing. But I can’t watch a lot of them – I feel like I’m intruding on someone’s personal life, even though it’s my song!”

Sudol’s sympathy goes even further, because – with an emerging acting career, including a role on CSI: NY – she knows how scary it is to bare you soul on screen.

Sudol says, “I was so nervous, I thought I’d mess up the whole show. But it was fun, even though the night before I was in my shower, freaking out.”

A Fine Frenzy’s tour begins March 4 in San Francisco. For more info, go to

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