Juliana Hatfield Featured in “Spin” Magazine

Written by on July 30, 2008

One of my favorite early 90s alternative songs was “My Sister” by the Juliana Hatfield Three. Hatfield, of course, is best known to alt-80s fans as the female lead of Blake Babies, who played together 1986-1993 and a few stints in later years. The song was featured as an MYV “Buzz Cut” at the time while receiving a huge amount of airplay on College radio stations. Spin magazine has her featured in their latest “In My Room” section. The singer briefly talks about her father’s geneology research revealing her family to be related to the famous West Virginia Hatfields (the ones who feuded with the McCoys in the late 19th century.)

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  1. admin   On   July 31, 2008 at 11:54 am

    Thank you, Mary:

    I should learn to never blog while editing music for the show. I said late 80s instead on early 90s thanks to having 80s on the brain. Juliana recorded the song with the JH3, not with Blake’s Babies in the late 80s.
    Still, it’s a great song and, as I tried to say, one of my (rare) favorites from the early 90s.


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