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The Associated Press quickly picked up the story, citing the Record's account of the blaze. National media, including the New York Times, the Washington Post and the Chicago Tribune, picked up the AP account.
The news apparently came as a shock to Case, who moved to Vermont in 2009. The next day, the Record stood by its story and reported that an angry Case, who is famously guarded about her personal life and has had well-documented incidents with stalkers, had called their offices and left a profane voicemail disputing the account.
And I met Laura and Neko and decided that I wanted to make a record with them. I have been mulling over doing a trio record for quite a few years. My original idea was kind of a girl group-punk-folk combo. They did ask me [again] this year but I was out of the country at the time. But, um, I felt a little disappointed by the fact that the emotion was…
It is something I always wanted to do —to be part of a band, a real collaborative effort. I was just thinking about it one night and I went: “Oh, my god. That would be awesome.” I sent them an email and in about half an hour, they both wrote back and said: “Yes, let’s do it.” So that’s how it happened. It sort of skewed more toward a real modern folk record. like, I wanted Cate Blanchett to melt at some point. What would you say is the proudest moment of your career?
I’m probably going to get my a-- taken to the cleaners by Vampire Weekend, but being asked is seriously nice enough.” Since going solo in the late Nineties, Case has made her name with releases such as Furnace Room Lullaby (2000), Fox Confessor Brings The Flood (2006) and 2009’s Middle Cyclone, which made the top three in the United States and for which she received her first Grammy nod.
When you are in it, it’s hard to have a perspective of how it may impact [your life].
You know, in all honesty I look back on it with a great sense of pride.
Looking back, how do you feel about the pinnacle of that particular achievement —getting shaved by Cindy Crawford on the cover of ?
A fire that broke out September 18 in the Northeast Kingdom town of Barnet destroyed a barn and heavily damaged a nearby house, according to Vermont State Police.