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‘Sons of Anarchy’ star Katey Sagal releases new album

‘Sons of Anarchy’ star Katey Sagal releases new album

NEW ALBUM: Katey Sagal releases a new album of covers. Photo: Associated Press

The actress famous for playing Peg Bundy on “Married…With Children” and Gemma Teller Morrow on “Sons of Anarchy” is also a talented singer.

Katey Sagal has released her first album, “Covered,” in nearly a decade.

She got her start in the 1970s as a backup vocalist for musicians including Tanya Tucker and Bob Dylan. The latest album is a collection of songs that Sagal says inspire her.

“Covered” features a duet with Jackson Browne, and covers of songs by Tom Petty, Ryan Adams and others.

In addition to her latest album, Sagal has also contributed to the “Sons of Anarchy” soundtrack.

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