Erin Smith

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'''Erin Smith''' is a musician and [[zinester]] from the U.S.A.
'''Erin Smith''' is a musician and [[zinester]] from the U.S.A.
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In the early 1990's,  Erin with her brother Don Smith, and John Huston, published and edited the zine [[Teenage Gang Debs]]. A number of issues of this publication came out, devoted in equal parts to pop culture and independent music, before the editors ceased publishing.  
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In the early 1990's,  Erin with her brother Don Smith, and [[Johnny Ray Huston|John Huston]], published and edited the zine [[Teenage Gang Debs]]. A number of issues of this publication came out, devoted in equal parts to pop culture and independent music, before the editors ceased publishing.  
Erin joined the band Bratmobile, with fellow zine editors [[Allison Wolfe]] and [[Molly Neuman]], soon after. The band released a number of singles and full-length recordings, and are credited with being one of the bands that introduced [[Riot Grrrl]]. When Bratmobile ceased playing together, Erin continued to play with Allison in the band Cold Cold Hearts, until Bratmobile reunited to tour and record again in the 2000's.  
Erin joined the band Bratmobile, with fellow zine editors [[Allison Wolfe]] and [[Molly Neuman]], soon after. The band released a number of singles and full-length recordings, and are credited with being one of the bands that introduced [[Riot Grrrl]]. When Bratmobile ceased playing together, Erin continued to play with Allison in the band Cold Cold Hearts, until Bratmobile reunited to tour and record again in the 2000's.  

Revision as of 21:14, 5 October 2010

Erin Smith is a musician and zinester from the U.S.A.

In the early 1990's, Erin with her brother Don Smith, and John Huston, published and edited the zine Teenage Gang Debs. A number of issues of this publication came out, devoted in equal parts to pop culture and independent music, before the editors ceased publishing.

Erin joined the band Bratmobile, with fellow zine editors Allison Wolfe and Molly Neuman, soon after. The band released a number of singles and full-length recordings, and are credited with being one of the bands that introduced Riot Grrrl. When Bratmobile ceased playing together, Erin continued to play with Allison in the band Cold Cold Hearts, until Bratmobile reunited to tour and record again in the 2000's.

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