Jeremy Fisher - Let it Shine
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Jeremy Fisher - Let it ShineAt first glance, he’s a guitar-toting, two-wheeled fanatic from Canada’s Left Coast: Fisher toured on his bicycle and raises money for a charity that provides bikes to African women so they can get to school. On closer inspection, the Vancouver Island native is simply a freewheelin’ Dylan wannabe, whose “Let it Shine” is a pale imitation of “Subterranean Homesick Blues.” Despite his irritating, adenoidal voice, Fisher’s capable of catchy pop (“Suckerpunch”) and memorable, idealistic ballads (“Fall for Anything”).




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