1998 was a terrific year for chicks with picks: Kacy Crowley, Billie Myers, Melanie Doane, Emm Gryner, Tara MacLean, Garrison Starr, and dozens of other female singer-songwriters got starring roles in Sarah McLachlan's second Lilith Fair tour . . . and then they promptly fell off the face of the Earth. In the case of Starr, it was a combination of business turmoil -- she went from being groomed for success by Geffen to a casualty of late-'90s record industry consolidation -- and creative and personal upheaval. The Mississippi-born singer relocated from Memphis (where she'd honed her Nanci Griffith-meets-Sheryl Crow roots-pop) to Los Angeles and stepped away from her career, not... More >>>