Sixpence None the Richer (and PFR Fans) … alert!

This was posted by my colleague Joel at the Arts and Faith board:

Rumblings from the Sixpence and PFR camps (close-knit, what with a member of PFR and of 6p being married) are surfacing, and if anyone’s curious, here’s what’s happening:

- Leigh Nash is preparing solo material, recently performed with PFR’s Joel Hanson on guitar.

- Sixpence has a “Greatest Hits” (w/unreleased stuff) coming out on Oct. 12.

- Matt Slocum (the brains of Sixpence) has formed a band with Charlie Peacock’s son Sam Ashworth, Astronaut Pushers.

- PFR is doing an acoustic album, probably for some Christian label.

- Patrick Andrew of PFR just released a great solo record, which Slocum (and others) played on.

For more information and revealing links, click here.

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