Multi-talented singer/songwriter, actor, autoharpist, and comedian Greyish DeLisle was created August 24, 1973, beyond Monterey in Fort Ord, CA. Her mom was a vocalist and musician while her dad was a vehicle driver who treasured country music, offering the youthful DeLisle the pedigree that could form her professional profession (she actually is rumored to possess written her initial song by enough time she was five years of age). Her parents ultimately divorced, nevertheless, and DeLisle’s mom, after fighting drug obsession and alcoholism, became a born-again Pentecostal, and her tight ban on secular music in the house drove DeLisle to get solace from her grandmother, Eva Flores Ruth, a vocalist who got performed with salsa great Tito Puente. DeLisle shifted to LA while still in her teenagers, where she started working just a little in movie theater, even attempting a standup humor regular, where her organic ability to perform voice impressions found the fore. Shortly she was picking right up voice acting careers, and her personal “voiceography” is certainly an extended one, including jobs in The Pretty OddParents, The Powerpuff Women, Rugrats, Grim & Bad, Dexter’s Laboratory, and several other animated films and displays. She never quit on her behalf music, though, and was an associate from the all-girl cowpunk music group Aspect Saddle in the past due ’90s. She shaped her own indie label, Hummin’bird Information, and released three albums, THE TINY Amount of time in 2000, the live established Bootlegger, Vol. 1 in 2003, and Homewrecker in 2004. Steadily she created a sparse, literate neo-Appalachian design, which sounded a little just like a weary and goth-haunted Dolly Parton, and it resulted in her putting your signature on with Sugars Hill Information, which released Graceful Ghost in 2004 and Iron Plants in 2005. She wedded guitarist Murry Hammond (an associate of the music group Aged 97’s) in 2002, and their courtship and wedding ceremony were featured with an episode of THE TRAINING Channel series A MARRIAGE Story.