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Bree Sharp

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posted 7 years ago
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Bree learned to play guitarat 15. At 17 she moved to New York City to study theater at NYU with David Mamet's theater company.

During her college years she began writing the songs that would eventually lead to her deal with trauma records in 1998. In 1999-2000, Bree released her debut album, “A Cheap and Evil Girl.” She immediately garnered some impressive national
press (Rolling Stone, Spin, Entertainment Weekly, People, Teen People, TV Guide, Maxim, Ray Gun, Harper's Bazaar, Elle,USA Today) and found a wide, loyal audience.

Her premiere single David Duchovny gained cult-like stature following national radio airplay, media coverage and a underground video of stars lip-syncing to the song. Brad Pitt, Rosie O'Donnell, Gary Shandling, Whoopie Goldberg, Jeaneane Garafalo and all four members of KISS were among the dozens of celebs caught on tape. Following this pop-culture phenomenon, the second single, America, was released. The subversive compliment to her first release, America deals with our media-obsessed culture, our apathy toward poverty and war, and our vicious need to consume - sentiments that continue to have significance today. In May ... (+) expand
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BkTunes (level 26) wrote:
Hey Bree Sharp! Max hearts on Cheap and Evil Girl plus a feature. Great tune!

Best Regards
Billy Kohl
7 years ago
seriouslybob (level 11) wrote:
cheap and evil is such a rad song. stuck in my head for the last two weeks...

7 years ago
7xdowner (level 7) wrote:
My gosh, you look like my cousin who lives in NYC!
Nice tunes by the way too. groovin'

7 years ago
JF (level 24) wrote:
Bree is an approved orgasm donor.
7 years ago
sarra (level 14) wrote:
you are some whoopass in a sweetness and light wrapping - i love it.
best of luck with BSM - i really love what i'm hearing from you two!
keep it up!

love & <3
7 years ago
CherHarrington (level 37) wrote:
Wow I remember "Cheap and Evil Girl" played alot on the radio, great song!
7 years ago
seelyj (level 42) wrote:
Love your music. Glad you're on T61!!!
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
when you come in Italy ?
7 years ago
zirconet (level 36) wrote:
Bye from Italy
7 years ago
ohpoh (level 12) wrote:
dig it.
thx for the music
7 years ago
faberex (level 43) wrote:
7 years ago
efroland (level 29) wrote:
Will you put up David Duchovny? No pressure. I do love Cheap and Evil Girl but nothing makes me happier than Fox Mulder obsessions.
7 years ago
AceTough (level 36) wrote:
Everything Feels Wrong has a Lucinda Williams feel to it.
7 years ago