The singer-songwritter had memorable collaborations with The Lemonheads
90’s Alternative Rock Star Juliana Hatfield turns 52
Juliana Hatfield, singer and songwriter, was born in Wiscasset, Maine on July 27, 1967. She became popular in the Indie and Alternative Rock circuit of the early 1990’s and was part of several bands including Blake Babes and the Juliana Hatfield Three that released the 90’s Alternative Rock classic “Become What You Are” in 1993. At the time she was also widely known for her association with The Lemonheads and Evan Dando, playing and providing back vocals to the band’s best selling albums, the 1992 “It’s A Shame About Ray” and the 1993 “Come On Feel The Lemonheads”. Hatfield has been highly prolific throughout her career, which started back in the 1980’s, and recently she released her latest solo album, “Weird”, the 17th in her solo career.
Look back at the 1993 music video “My Sister” by the Juliana Hatfield Three
Watch Juliana Hatfield performing with Evan Dando “Heartbeat” live on Late Night with David Letterman
Also listen to one of The Lemonheads most popular songs featuring Juliana Hatfield on back vocals “It’s About Time”, 1993
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