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'''Kristin Sobditch''' is
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'''Kristin Sobditch''' is a San Francisco-based singer, songwriter and musician. Sobditch is currently the singer and songwriter for The Hollyhocks. She attended the University of Michigan.
  
 
==Involvement with Mark Eitzel==
 
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Sobditch sang backing vocals on "[[Can You See?]]" from Eitzel's 2001 album ''[[The Invisible Man]]'', in addition to playing Wurlitzer on "[[The Global Sweep Of Human History]]" and "[[Proclaim Your Joy]]", piano on "[[Shine]]" and "[[Steve I Always Knew]]", and keyboards on "[[Bitterness]]". A full-time member of Eitzel's band at the time, she also played Wurlitzer on his 2001 tour-only CD ''[[Eitzel Superhits International]]'' and sang the ad-libbed words on that album's "[[Kristin Intro]]".
  
 
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==References==

Latest revision as of 18:19, 31 August 2018

Kristin Sobditch
Kristin-Sobditch.jpg
Background information
Occupation(s) musician
Instruments Wurlitzer, keyboards
Associated acts The Hollyhocks

Kristin Sobditch is a San Francisco-based singer, songwriter and musician. Sobditch is currently the singer and songwriter for The Hollyhocks. She attended the University of Michigan.

Involvement with Mark Eitzel

Sobditch sang backing vocals on "Can You See?" from Eitzel's 2001 album The Invisible Man, in addition to playing Wurlitzer on "The Global Sweep Of Human History" and "Proclaim Your Joy", piano on "Shine" and "Steve I Always Knew", and keyboards on "Bitterness". A full-time member of Eitzel's band at the time, she also played Wurlitzer on his 2001 tour-only CD Eitzel Superhits International and sang the ad-libbed words on that album's "Kristin Intro".

References