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- Posted on Jan 14th 2009 11:00AM by Steve Baltin
"They're in the past," Hannigan tells Spinner of the songs that made her name. "That was fun while it lasted. If people want to hear them then they're for them to hear, but I won't be singing them again."
Hannigan, who toured with Jason Mraz last fall and begins her own headlining tour Feburary 11 in San Diego, now has her own material to draw from with the release of her debut solo album, 'Sea Sew.' And while she's been graciously accepted by what she calls "his fans," she wants to be thought of as her own act.
"People have been really supportive and his fans have been very nice to me and very warm, so it's fantastic -- they're amazing," she says. "But I think the music's very different. I have collaborated with a lot of people, and it's been amazing and very interesting and fruitful, but I want to focus now on my solo stuff."