Now, lead singer Leigh Nash is without Sixpence and feels richer for the experience.
The group broke up for a variety of reasons, including the fact that their version of There She Goes became a jingle for birth control pills.
As she puts it, That was weird.
Now Nash is finishing up a new solo album, Blue On Blue, that she says is influenced by the death of her band and the birth of her son, Henry, who is now 2.
In her words, I tried out a lot of the songs I wrote on him when Hush little baby, dont you cry didnt work.
Blue On Blue hits stores Aug. 15.
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