5 Questions for Valerie June I Write Everything I Hear

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By
Jacob Uitti
December 8, 2023
American Songwriter
Interview

Valerie June is a singer-songwriter known for her unique blend of folk, blues, and soul. In this interview, she shares her creative process and the themes behind her latest album, 'The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions for Dreamers'. She also discusses her love for storytelling and how she incorporates her personal experiences into her music.

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Valerie June performing on stage
Photo Credit:
Jason Kempin

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