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Hernandez Heidi E.
Piano sheets artist Fisher
Fisher is a band consisting of songwriter Ron Wasserman and vocalist Kathy Fisher. The band is known for their selling songs through internet marketing; they received a record deal from their success at MP3.com. In 2000, Time Magazine said that they were "about to become the biggest Internet-based band ever".
Fisher released their first album One independently in early 1999. They released the song "I Will Love You" and it hit number one on MP3.com in May 1999. At one point, their songs were the top five most downloaded songs on the website. In 1999, their songs were downloaded 3 million times from websites. They were signed by Farmclub.com/Interscope and they released their first album True North in 2000. Eleven of their songs hit the Top 40 on MP3.com. Fisher has enjoyed some mainstream success. "I Will Love You" (a tribute to Brent Mydland, the late keyboardist of the Grateful Dead) was featured in a 2001 episode of Roswell and in the 2007 film Death Sentence. It hit #36 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 chart in 2000. "Breakable" was featured in a 2002 episode of Smallville.
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