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Underground

She hasn't yet found national attention, but Lily Holbrook is stopping T riders in their tracks

By Caitlin E. Curran
Globe Correspondent / April 13, 2007

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On a recent Thursday evening, on the Red Line platform at Park Street station, a sizable crowd of people slowed their pace, paused their iPods, and congregated in front of Lily Holbrook, a petite woman with auburn hair and a friendly face. They were lured by her intimately sparse folk rendition of the Cure's "Just Like Heaven." Some of the ... (Full article: 1136 words)

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