Amanda Palmer

 

Amanda Palmer is an American singer, songwriter, performer and crowdsourcing newsmaker. Raised in Massachusetts, Palmer has an interest in performing arts and theater, even spending many years as a living statue of the Eight-Foot Bride in Cambridge's Harvard Square (she later starred in Statuesque, a short silent film with well-known author and now-husband Neil Gaiman, inspired by that time). In 2000, Palmer formed the punk-cabaret troupe The Dresden Dolls, releasing their self-titled debut album in 2003.

 

Four albums later, she released her first solo... Read More

City Of Origin:
New York City, New York, United States
Genre:
Rock, Alternative/Indie, Pop
Birthdate:
04/30/1976
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