I was lucky enough to interview Shannon Wright back when she was in Crowsdell, an indie pop band with a dark underbelly from Jacksonville, Florida. She sang live on the air at WUSC after our interview, and I was blown away by her voice. Crowsdell’s second album got shelved when their label, Big Cat, got swallowed up in a merger, and the band broke up shortly thereafter. Wright moved to Atlanta, Georgia and issued her first solo record, Flightsafety, in 1999 for Quarterstick, a subsidiary of Touch and Go. She’s since released three more sets of extremely personal folk songs- just as tense as Cat Power’s but far less showy and melodramatic. Her new LP, Let in the Light, comes out this Tuesday.