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The old family farmhouse in Graytown, Ohio, just east of Toledo, where she learned to sing and play the piano and guitar; the home where she wrote her first poems and songs; and the home where her mother, Kelly Bowersox, still lived, had burned to the ground.
Throughout the competition, she stayed strong, becoming only the third runner-up to never be in the bottom two or three (preceded by Clay Aiken and David Archuleta) and the first female singer to make it into the finale since Jordin Sparks in 20072013; she wrote or co-wrote all of its songs, and it also includes a duet with Wallflowers' frontman Jakob Dylan."There are definitely more happier, light-hearted moments on this record," says Bowersox of her sophomore project."Busking in the subway was like Social Science 101," she says. In 2012, she self-released an EP of pre-"Idol" recordings called "Once Upon a Time," and was then signed with Shanachie Records to record her 2013 sophomore album, "All That For This." That album, produced by Steve Berlin and anchored by the song "Stitches," which features Jakob Dylan, reached No. Her 2014 seven-song EP, "Promises," was also largely recorded in Santa Fe with Manson producing."There was certainly a learning curve after ('American Idol') and I had to really search hard for a sense of normalcy in this newfound world of industry and lifestyle," Bowersox says. Eight years after the show, people are still coming out and it's incredible to me. It is raw, real Crystal Bowersox from start to finish." Bowersox discovered her penchant for music early on.She started playing the piano at age 6, sang in school choir, and by the time she was 10 had booked her first paying gig outside a little coffee shop in the mall for tips.