SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA singer/songwriter Emily Bezar continues to be set alongside the ethereal grace of Tori Amos and Kate Bush and she’s her very own brutal musician with charisma and power. Classically been trained in the piano at Stanford School and Oberlin Conservatory, Bezar acquired originally prepared on a profession in opera, however the elements of rock and roll, jazz, and digital music were as well tangible on her behalf to disregard. She started her recording profession using the Bay Region music group the Potato Eaters, launching one record Wreckless in the middle-’90s. Her initial single jaunt was Grandmother’s Tea Leaves, released in 1994, and it received very much praise in the indie press. Moon in Grenadine, which exuded even more jazzy aesthetics, implemented three years afterwards. It had been the impact of Richard Strauss, Kurt Weill, Joni Mitchell, and Keith Jarrett that captured Bezar’s undying interest for jazz power and classical roots most defined on her behalf third work Four Walls Twisting, released in fall 1999. Apart from songwriting, Bezar works DemiVox Information, her personal label located in Berkley, CA. DemiVox offers produced and designed various media and documentary soundtracks. She collaborated with fellow Oberlin graduate, digital composer Amy X. Neuburg, through the entire late ’90s.