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Victoria Williams
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    (December 23, 1958- )
    Born in Shreveport, Louisiana
    Alt-country singer/songwriter
    Recorded the albums 'Happy Come Home' (1987), 'Swing the Statue!' (1990), 'Loose' (1994), 'This Moment: In Toronto with the Loose Band' (1995), 'Musings of a Creek Dipper' (1998), 'Water to Drink' (2000) and 'Sings Some Ol' Songs' (2002)
    Appeared in the film 'Even Cowgirls Get the Blues' (1993)
    She has a squeaky voice.
    She wrote a song about a squirrel that she called 'just one of the many allies that you see in day to day life.'
    She was largely overlooked until artists like Pearl Jam and Soul Asylum covered her songs for the 'Sweet Relief' benefit CD (1993).
    She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis after developing numbness in her hands while on tour opening for Neil Young.
    After the release of the 'Sweet Relief' benefit CD to pay for her medical treatment, she established the Sweet Relief Fund to help other musicians with health problems.
    Rolling Stone said she 'possesses a naturally off-kilter mojo that is utterly charming.'

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