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 ...