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Neko Case is an American singer and songwriter. She is popular for her solo career and as a member of The New Pornographers. Case recorded and toured for several years as Neko Case & Her Boyfriends.

Case's album, Middle Cyclone, was released in March, 2009. It debuted at #3 on the Billboard charts, making it Case's first album ever to reach the top ten in the U.S. She toured extensively to promote the album with dates in North America, Europe, and Australia, as well as Lollapalooza in 2009.

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Neko Case primarily writes her own material, but also performs and has recorded cover versions of songs by artists such as Loretta Lynn, Tom Waits, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Bob Dylan and Hank Williams. Neko Case frequently infuses humorous narratives into her live sets, a habit she says she gained from her grandmother and Wanda Jackson.

Neko Case is protective of her artistic independence, combining punk's "do it yourself" aesthetic, a strong business sense and clear opinions about her artistic goals. She has spurned offers from major record labels because they don't offer her enough control of her music, remaining affiliated with Mint Records in Canada and Bloodshot and ANTI- in the U.S.

Though Neko Case grew up in the U.S., she began her musical career in Canada. Neko Case lived in Vancouver, British Columbia for several years, playing with a variety of local punk bands, most prominently cub and Maow, and releasing her first country album. Neko Case frequently collaborates with Canadian musicians, including The New Pornographers, The Sadies and Carolyn Mark, and has recorded material by several noted Canadian songwriters, notably on her 2001 EP Canadian Amp.