'Charmed' to meet British crooner

Critic's Choice

Pop Music

February 09, 2003|By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan

As if the three comely young witches with penchants for tight clothing weren't enough to lure mortal viewers to WB's Charmed ...

Tonight, the show's producers have tossed in yet another incentive to tune in at 8 p.m. -- Beth Orton, the British singer whose soulful, smoky voice and tender, pensive songs have captivated some of the best critics in the country.

Last year, this Indie-pop princess released her third album, Daybreaker, to rave reviews, and the folk-electronica work struck such a chord it made several year-end top-10 album lists -- including that of the New York Times' Jon Pareles.

If you haven't been able to see Orton in concert near you, definitely check out Charmed tonight.

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