From the official site:
In 1992 Hawkins emerged from a fierce bidding war with a debut album, TONGUES & TAILS, that quickly went gold, earned her a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, as well as launching the single "Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover," into the Top Five. Another gold album, WHALER, followed two years later, along with a single, "As I Lay Me Down," that would chart in Billboard for a record-breaking sixty-seven weeks. By the time she got to TIMBRE in 1999, she had won universal respect for her rare blend of multi-instrumental and vocal talent, songwriting craftsmanship, and gutsy honesty. On her new album WILDERNESS--her first independently recorded, conceived and released album, co-produced with production wizards Christian and Frank Berman (Amber, Baha Men, Real McCoy)--the provocative singer/songwriter declares her freedom with, paradoxically, the most accessible project of her career.
Sophie B. Hawkins is also performing:
"100 Years" (Five for Fighting)