Blessed and raised in NORTH PARK, CA, Leah Andreone began her music profession early (in age eight), singing with her older sisters’ music group. By age 13 Andreone was composing advertisements and jingles, which led her to begin with penning her very own original music. After dropping away from college, she started pursuing an archive deal being a single artist while functioning at a cafe, even while honing her action in the night clubs of NORTH PARK and LA. She could transfer a demo for some RCA record label execs who dined at her cafe, signing Andreone specifically twenty four hours later, after witnessing a live show. Her first discharge, 1996’s alterna-pop Veiled, was a significant strike in France (alongside its one, “It’s Alright, It’s Fine”), which resulted in an appearance using the inaugural Lilith Good tour. Starting up with large rock manufacturer Bob Marlette on her behalf next record, 1998’s Alchemy, normally resulted in a heavier and much more varied audio, including cameos by Crimson Popular Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and Marilyn Manson/Two/David Lee Roth guitarist John Lowery.
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