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Aimee Mann is a singer/songwriter known for her early hits with 'Til Tuesday and her later solo work.
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Ann's Warehouse (a live album and DVD) and the concept album The Forgotten Arm (2005). The art associated with The Forgotten Arm led to a Grammy Award for Best Recording Package.
In 2005, veering farther off the beaten path, Mann released a Christmas EP, following it up in 2006 with One More Drifter in the Snow, a full-length Christmas album. Her eighth solo studio album, Charmer, came out in 2012.
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