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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

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For May we have sessions plus special shows - one related to Nirvana and the other the city of Sydney

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Tara Jane O'Neil

Tara Jane O'Neil
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Tara Jane O'Neil (born in Chicago on 22 November 1972) (last name sometimes spelled "ONeil", sometimes known as TJO) is an American multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, audio recording engineer, and visual artist based in Los Angeles.

O'Neil began her musical career in 1992 (at the tender age of 19) playing bass for the influential Louisville, KY, art punk ensemble Rodan. Though the group lasted only two years, releasing just one full-length, O'Neil's status had grown enough to land her a prominent role in the film Half-Cocked, a fictitious account of a Louisville punk band featuring faces from several other bands such as June of 44, the Grifters, and Rachel's, but a lasting connection was made between O'Neil and Ruby Falls guitarist Cynthia Nelson. O'Neil and Nelson formed Retsin and released several long-players between 1995 and 2001, including a 1998 collaboration with Ida titled The Ida Retsin Family Album, Vol. 1. Both O'Neil and Nelson stayed busy outside of Retsin during this period; O'Neil, after moving from Louisville to New York City, formed the Sonora Pine, which lasted 1994 to 1996 and recorded two full-length records, moved back to Louisville, and recorded as a guest on recordings by Danielle Howle and Come. In 1997 O'Neil again relocated to New York City, which was about the time she met the folks in Ida and began working on her first solo recording, Peregrine, a lo-fi album mostly recorded in the bathtub of her flat that was released early 2000. She continued to keep her hands full, engineering and playing on the debut album by k., before again moving to Louisville as well as guesting on recordings by Papa M and Naysayer and releasing Music for a Meteor Shower, an improvised collaboration with Daniel Littleton of Ida, in 2002. O'Neil also released her solo follow-up, TJO, in 2002 and once again moved, but this time to Olympia, WA.

She continued to guest on recordings, including Saturday Looks Good to Me's All Your Summer Songs as a vocalist and Victory Park's Antietam, before offering up You Sound, Reflect in 2004 and the A Raveling EP, In Circles in 2006 and A Ways Away on K Records in 2009. On top of her hectic musical schedule, O'Neil is also a notable painter. Her paintings, as should be expected, grace each of her solo releases.
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