Natalie Merchant got her start at age 17 as the lead singer of the folk-pop outfit 10,000 Maniacs. Her silken voice and outspoken social awareness wooed music fans and cemented her status as one of the day's most astute and captivating artists. Though 10,000 Maniacs achieved a level of critical success as a major label act in the mid-'80s, Merchant decided to go it alone in 1994. Since then, her popularity has bloomed in the wake of Tigerlily, Ophelia, Motherland, Live in Concert: Natalie Merchant, and The House Carpenter's Daughter. Featured here are some of the hits that have made Natalie Merchant a star - "These Are Days," "Carnival," and "What's The Matter Here?" - in an intimate, one-of-a-kind setting.
- These Are the Days - Carnival - What's the Matter Here? - Kind and Generous - Break Your Heart - Wonder - Verdi Cries - Bonus Tracks: - These Are the Days (full Performance) - Life is Sweet