Phoebe Lucille Bridgers is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist and producer from Los Angeles, California. She made her solo debut with her studio album Stranger in the Alps, followed by the Punisher, which earned Bridgers many critically acclaimed reviews and four Grammy Award nominations, including Best New Artist. Bridgers is also known as a member of boygenius groups and Better Oblivion Community Center.
|Birth name||Phoebe Lucille Bridgers|
|Born||August 17, 1994, Pasadena, California, U.S.|
|Genres||Indie rock, indie folk, emo folk|
|Labels||PAX AM, Dead Oceans, Saddest Factory|
|Associated acts||Better Oblivion Community Center, boygenius, Conor Oberst, Lucy Dacus, Julien Baker, The 1975, Maggie Rogers, Rob Moose, Tony Berg, Christian Lee Hutson, Kid Cudi, Jackson Browne|
|Website||Phoebe Bridgers's Official site|
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|Youtube||Phoebe Bridgers's Youtube|
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|SoundCloud||Phoebe Bridgers's SoundCloud|
American musician whose music has been featured in Netflix's 13 Reasons Why, ABC's Castle, ABC Family's Switched at Birth, and in a commercial for Apple iPhone 5s. She released her album Stranger In The Alps in September 2017.
She studied vocal jazz at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.
She supported singer Julien Baker on her 2016 East Coast tour.
She and her brother Jackson were raised by their mother.
Her debut album Killer was produced by Ryan Adams.
- Los Angeles County School of the Arts alumni
- Artists of the dead oceans
- American indie pop musician
- American rock singer
- American folk musicians
- Singer from Los Angeles
- LGBT musicians
- Feminist musicians
- Bisexual women
- California LGBT people
Latest information about Phoebe Bridgers updated on June 21 2021.