Carla Bozulich is best known as the singer from LA-based band The Geraldine Fibbers and as the woman who re-made Willie Nelson’s 'Red Headed Stranger' — with Willie Nelson as a special guest. Carla has one of the most unique voices in any genre. Her work is at once brutally raw and weirdly visionary.
Born in New York City, she grew up a tomboy and girl protector in San Pedro, CA. Carla’s first appearance on record is Gary Kail’s album from 1982 called Zurich 1916, on which she does dada-inspired worldplay, “you know, telephone and vacuum cleaner stuff”. She sang in a couple of groups – the Neon Veins and Invisible Chains, the latter of which recorded an album for The Minutemen’s New Alliance label when Carla was 18 years old.
Carla disappeared from daylight for a few years, re-emerged, and was soon causing traffic ja...
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