Getting their begin in the Minneapolis scene that spawned the Jayhawks, the Delilahs proffered an identical mixture of folk, country, and rock and roll & move. The group was produced in the first 1990s by vocalist Aaron Seymour and guitarist Doug Youland; the rest of the music group took form as Thomas Case (electric guitar, mandolin, harmonica), Tom Henderson (drums), and Wally Marx (bass) became a member of up from many other regional groups. After getting named Greatest New Band on the 1994 Minnesota Music Honours, the group’s self-titled debut premiered by October Information. Follow-up Dying to Create a Bridge extended the group’s sonic palette and made an appearance in 1995.
|1||Lives outside Seattle, Washington with her ten children.|
|2||Began her career, while still in middle school, as a news reporter on KDUN-AM, a radio station in her hometown of Reedsport, Oregon. Although KDUN was a small operation, it was known as "The Voice of the Oregon Dunes".|
|3||Single mother of ten children (seven adopted), devoted Christian, Point Hope founder, author, public speaker.|
|4||Syndicated radio show host of "Delilah After Dark".|
|5||Father led a country western band and her brother was part of a jazz band.|
|Cedar Cove||2013||TV Series||Delilah, the Radio Talk Show Host|
|The House Cleaner||2013||Davina|
|VeggieTales: Abe and the Amazing Promise||2009||Video||Sarah (voice)|
|Running from the Guns||1987||Marathon Mandy|
|The 37th Annual Gracie Awards||2012||TV Special||Herself (as Delilah Rene)|
|Beauty and the Beast||1996||TV Series||Herself (2000)|
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