Having grown up in Philadelphia, PA under the supervision of Bob Dylan, Patti Smith and Elvis Costello, Bree Sharp armed herself with an acoustic guitar and performed three-minute folk ditties throughout the local coffee shop scene. With lyrical content that dealt with, among other things, a considerable David Duchovny obsession, Sharp settled in Manhattan after graduating from New York University and issued her debut, A Cheap and Evil Girl, in 1999. Her sophomore album, More B.S., arrived in July 2002, followed by the Live at Fez concert recording in 2004. ~ Mike DaRoncoPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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