If you haven't already, you should rush right out and buy my friend, Knoxville singer-songwriter Leslie Woods' newest CD.

It's a two-parter, released by Glitterhouse Records. You get her first album, "Velvet Sky," along with her latest release, "Luxury of Sin" -- all packaged up together. What a deal.

Leslie's music sounds like a collaboration between Eudora Welty and The Cramps. Or maybe like if Morrisey and Maria McKee had a lovechild.

My prediction is that Leslie is Knoxville's Next Big Breakout, a la Scott Miller.

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